The Turks & Caicos Islands will officially reopen its borders on July 22nd as the Caribbean destination bids to restart its tourism sector in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Turks & Caicos premier, Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson, announced the move earlier.
Always an eloquent speaker, Jamaica minister of tourism Edmund Bartlett is in his element discussing how the sector can drive economic recovery in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Here he tells Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, about the challenges faced by hospitality in the Caribbean and what the post-Covid-19 world might look like
To ensure security for both tourists and residents, all visitors to the islands will have to either present a negative Covid-19 test done within 72 hours prior to departure or be tested upon arrival.
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi fans are in for an exciting virtual adventure as they will now be able to experience the thrills of the Ferrari feeling from the comfort of their own homes.
Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism for Jamaica and co-chair of the Global Tourism Resilience & Crisis Management Centre, tells Breaking Travel News how important the cruise sector is to the Caribbean and how actions take today will safeguard the future of the industry
The Algarve in southern Portugal has said it will be open for tourists this summer and seeks to welcome international visitors once travel restrictions are lifted.
As chief executive of Jannah Hotels & Resorts, Richard Haddad has had a front-row seat for the disruption of the hospitality market in the Middle East. Here he tells Breaking Travel News how the region is overcoming the challenges and adjusting for a brighter future
While Ecuador has been hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic, the airport has to date remained open and operational 24 hours a day to serve cargo flights and repatriation flights.
Wynn Resorts and University Medical Centre have announced a unique partnership, which will allow all employees of Wynn Las Vegas to have access to testing for the Covid-19 virus at no cost to the employee.
Madeira has launched the second phase of the ‘Stay Home Now. Dream Online. Visit Us Later!’ campaign. The destination is looking to speak to those potential visitors who must remain at home for the time being, offering them a little escapism.
The Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority has launched a range of support initiatives to its hospitality, leisure and development partners. The move aims to shelter the sector during the peak of the Covid-19 crisis and to lay strong foundations for a future recovery.