Portugal, Hungary, French Polynesia and Réunion have become the latest countries removed from the quarantine safe list - with travellers expected to isolate for 14-days on return.
Emirates has announced it will resume passenger services to Casablanca, Morocco from September 18th. The resumption of flights takes Emirates’ African network to 14 destinations.
As Saint Lucia continues to welcome back tourists, new experiences and excursions are to be reopened in time for the winter sun holiday season.
Officials have begun to introduce a new approach to quarantine, separating some islands from mainland countries. As a result, seven Greek islands have been removed from the safe list.
Bodies from across the UK tourism industry have given a cautious welcome to a refinement of the quarantine system, but said more must be done to boost the sector.
Since the start of September, the city has been moving forwards with a phased reopening process for certain activities, usually at a more gradual pace than the rest of the state.
The real estate market in Dubai recorded more than 2,400 sales transactions in August, worth AED4.73 billion. Of the deals recorded, 32 per cent were off-plan deals.
Associations from across the travel industry came together earlier to discuss how they can continue working together to lobby government on the need for specific support
Scotland and Wales have both asked arrivals from Portugal and parts of Greece to isolate for 14-days on arrival, but England and Northern Ireland have held off.
The Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing has issued official guidelines on how business events can take place safely in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Hosting the event puts a stamp of confidence on the country and sends a clear message that the destination is relatively safe compared to competitors, it has been argued.
The United States economy stands to lose a total of $155 billion this year due to the collapse of international travel during the Covid-19 pandemic, according new research.