GBTA poll finds COVID-19 vaccine is a game changer for rebooting travel in 2021 via a poll conducted by the organzation.
Azerbaijan’s state-run tourism organization, the Azerbaijan Tourism Board (ATB), has launched a website to promote the Karabakh region.
What if there is no way back as hospitality and tourism recovery evangelists suggest? Should be be looking at other contingencies?
A new Hotels.com report reveals travelers ready for spontaneity and new travel experiences.
TUI stocks have now bottomed out as the Anglo-German travel firm staggers under the weight of a pandemic. So why is the group still afloat?
Greece’s state tourism schools training ASTE professionals are to be upgraded to four-year institutions, according to ANA.
Greek authorities have now reduced the mandatory quarantine time for incoming travelers to the country during the holiday season to only 3 days.
Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis and his Saudi Arabia counterpart Ahmed Aqeel Al-Khateeb met recently to discuss strengthening ties through tourism and investments as well as ways to address the Covid-19 crisis.
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is recently brought travel leaders from around the world together for high-level talks aimed at strengthening cooperation between the public and private sectors.
Arrivals of tourists to Cyprus were only 87,334 in September 2020 compared to 524,707 in September 2019, a decrease of 83.4%.
Greece’s Ministry of Tourism announced yesterday a new certification for businesses in Greece offering ‘glamping’ accommodation services.
The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres just released a new report today citing UNWTO data on the level of devastation COVID-19 will exact on the tourism industry.
20+ travel and tourism bodies including unions across Europe demanded the European Commission leadership replace quarantine restrictions with a common EU testing protocol.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has now put forward twelve new support measures by his administration in support of businesses and workers affected by the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis.
Greece’s Deputy Minister of Greek Civil Protection Nikos Hardalias says tourism is not the cause for the recent rise in Covid-19 cases.