Jannah Hotels & Resorts has launched a new ‘Hotel Office’ exclusive package, designed to allow professionals to work and host remote business meetings comfortably without any interruptions.
Qantas and Virgin Australia have been offered $A165 by the Australian government to ensure they maintain key domestic routes across the country. Both carriers have suspended the majority of operations in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Accor has partnered with Bureau Veritas to develop a label designed to certify that the appropriate safety standards and cleaning protocols have been achieved to allow businesses to reopen.
Oman Air will operate a special round-trip flight from Muscat to Bangkok, Thailand, to bring home citizens who have been receiving medical treatment in the east Asian country.
Etihad Airways has unveiled plans to return to a limited schedule of flying from May 1st - subject to United Arab Emirates government-imposed travel restrictions being lifted.
easyJet expects to report a loss of up to £380 million for the first half of financial 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a huge toll on aviation. The low-cost carrier has suspended virtually all flights, with no date yet set for operations to resume.
The Council of British Hajjis is advising those booking trips to Mecca to perform Hajj this year to follow the advice from the Saudi Authorities and hold off for now.
American Airlines chief executive, Doug Parker, has offered passengers an update on what the airline is doing to care for team members and the communities its serves in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Emirates will be introducing on-site Covid-19 tests for passengers as the aviation industry begins to rebuild confidence in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Finnair cargo flights are helping bolster the airline as well as combat the effect of the coronavirus pandemic. The Nordic carrier has maintained many of its Asian connections through its extensive cargo operations at its cutting-edge cargo terminal at its Helsinki hub.
Marriott International has said it expects RevPAR across its hotels to fall by 23 per cent during the first quarter of the year in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak.
World Travel & Tourism Council chief executive, Gloria Guevara, has praised the support offered by the hospitality community to the fight against the coronavirus pandemic around the world