The EU has published key guidelines to help member states save summer vacations, but most feel they’ve been left to their own devices.
The UNWTO has released a Tourism Recovery Technical Assistance Package that offers guidance to the Member States in response to COVID-19.
TUI Group has announced cutting 8,000 jobs in an effort to reduce costs amid the coronavirus crisis, even as stocks plummet farther.
According to a recent survey, half of the Greek population does not want to open the borders until the danger of the coronavirus has passed.
The European Commission has called for extending measures to minimalize the spread of the coronavirus until June 15th.
Greece’s major hotel chains are looking at proactive plans for booking rooms in order to create a natural social-distancing atmosphere.
Greece’s Secretary-General of Civil Protection says intensive inspections for the coronavirus continue for those arriving from abroad.
This week in Greece, citizens are emerging from a weeks long lockdown. Meanwhile, TUI and other big travel businesses push ahead hard.
Cretans are world renowned for the love of life, strangers, and for their fierce independence. Today, their spirit shines all the brighter.
The ICAO has released its first complete 2020 air passenger forecast revealing 1.5 billion fewer fliers in 2020.
Europe’s travel and tourism industry, which represents 10% of European Union‘s GDP, is in a nosedive over the coronavirus pandemic.
On Monday, in accordance with regulations put in place by Greek authorities in Athens, many of the restrictions put in place to battle the coronavirus will be lifted. Here in Heraklion, citizens are eager to restart their normal routines, as is the everyone lockdowns have occurred. This morning, I could not help but notice how […]
Latvia’s Riga Airport is set to reopen after additional preventive measures at the Airport terminal are put in place in the wake of COVID-19.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has announced that the nationwide coronavirus lockdown is to be gradually lifted as of May 4.
News from the Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU) this week reads like a positive, but Greeks should beware.