World Travel Market – London will be a digital only affair this year after organisers Reed Exhibitions abandoned plans for a physical conference. Sister event, Travel Forward, will also be entirely virtual.
As governments around the world begin to ease the handbrake on restrictions, Breaking Travel News takes a fresh look at what it will mean for the travel event space
Good news for tourism insiders growing weary of online conferences, World Travel Market – London has confirmed it will return to ExCel later this year. Barring a second wave of Covid-19 infections, the show is expected to return on November 2nd-4th.
Restrictions imposed due to the Covid-19 outbreak have dealt a crushing blow to the exhibition sector, with the triple whammy of curbs on flights, restrictions on mass gatherings and deferred investment decisions. Here Breaking Travel News examines which events have been cancelled, and which might be first to return
Reed Travel Exhibitions has announced dates for the three spring global trade shows in its World Travel Market portfolio after a wave of cancellations in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The resource offers the latest guidance and knowledge to help exhibitors, buyers and others in the travel industry face the challenges of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Having caused a stir with calls for an international oversight body for travel advisories, Jamaica minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett, here expands on the ideas as he speaks to Breaking Travel News during World Travel Market in London.
Antigua & Barbuda has partnered with GeoTourist to create navigational application content for the destination. It will offer visitors the chance to explore the destination independently, while being guided by Antiguan storytellers, all from their mobile phone.
Joy Jibrilu, director general of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation, joins Breaking Travel News in London to tell the global hospitality community that the destination is open for business following the impact of a deadly hurricane.
As the project continues to make headlines around the world, Breaking Travel News speaks to John Pagano, chief executive of the Red Sea Development Company, about how it will impact tourism in Saudi Arabia.