Marriott will be rolling out a multi-pronged platform as the hotel giant seeks to elevate its cleanliness standards to meet the new safety challenges presented by the current pandemic.
The official travel social accounts of the Peruvian tourist board will post the video to reactivate tourism, one of the sectors most affected in the country by this pandemic.
The International Air Transport Association has called for governments to work with the industry on confidence-boosting measures in the face of an anticipated slow recovery in demand for air travel.
The moves are also designed to align enterprise services to current business conditions while increasing value; streamlining senior leadership roles and responsibilities; and preparing now for the post-pandemic industry footprint.
The executive committee of the Bureau International des Expositions has unanimously agreed to propose the postponement of Expo 2020 Dubai. The general assembly will now hold a vote on the proposed new dates, with a result expected at the end of May.
ABTA chief executive Mark Tanzer has written an open letter to UK holidaymakers to explain ongoing problems with refunds for cancelled trips. Speaking directly to customers of ABTA members, he sought to explain how travel agents had been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and asked for support.
Silversea Cruises has introduced new measures to offer flexibility to travellers in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The line hopes that, by taking away the uncertainties, the moves will encourage passengers to start planning trips.
Adventure tour operators Exodus Travels and Headwater Holidays are extending the suspension of all their tours until August 16th. The move comes as a result of the ongoing global impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
IATA director general Alexandre de Juniac has warned the global aviation sector may face a long road to recovery following the coronavirus pandemic. In his latest remarks he explains the challenges that must be overcome before carriers can return to profitability
United Airlines has reported a $2.1 billion loss for the first quarter, the biggest for the carrier since the recession of 2008. The news comes as the coronavirus pandemic continues to drive travel demand down to the lowest level in decades.
In a joint statement with the International Transport Workers’ Federation, the private sector body warned the economic situation facing the aviation industry remained severe.