WTM & TF Virtual - the two-day virtual event that takes place on Monday and Tuesday - has finalised its programme of on-demand sessions.
As the rebuilding of Caribbean tourism gathers pace, Breaking Travel News speaks to Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism for Jamaica, and about the journey ahead during World Travel Market.
Jordanian minister of tourism, Nayef Al Fayez, speaks to Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, during World Travel Market in London. He tells us how the country is reopening following the Covid-19 pandemic and how new airlift from the UK will accelerate the recovery.
With the centenary of the discovery of the remains of Tutankhamun approaching, and the new Grand Egyptian Museum set to debut, there is plenty to discuss as Breaking Travel News speaks to Egyptian minister of tourism, Khaled El Anany, during World Travel Market in London.
Greece has been a success story as the Covid-19 recovery this summer, with visitor numbers sharply increasing. Here Breaking Travel News speaks to Greece minister of tourism, Vassilis Kikilias, about the destination and how he plans to keep the positive momentum going as we move into 2022.
With the global travel industry gathering in London for World Travel Market, Breaking Travel News speaks to Joy Jibrilu, director general of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, about overcoming the challenges faced by the destination during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Raki Phillips, chief executive of the Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority, tells Breaking Travel News that the destination is rebounding quickly from the Covid-19 pandemic and remains on track to reach its ambitious visitor number targets.
Breaking Travel News catches up with Giorgio Palmucci, chairman of the Italian National Tourist Board, to find out more about how the destination is bouncing back from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jamaica was one of the first Caribbean nations to cautiously reopen to international tourism following the Covid-19 pandemic, with Jamaica Tourist Board director of tourism, Donovan White, here bringing us up to date with the latest.
Considered one of the safest tourism destinations in the world following the Covid-19 pandemic, Nuno Vale, executive director of the Madeira Promotion Bureau, tells Breaking Travel News how the islands plan to leverage their success as the market continues to reopen in 2022.
Mauritius has been cautiously reopening its tourism sector in recent weeks, with Nilen Vencadasmy, chairman of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority, here bringing Breaking Travel News the latest.
Breaking Travel News speaks to Jerry Inzerillo, chief executive of the Diriyah Gate Development Authority, about the project and what it offers to the Saudi Arabia hospitality market.