Greek authorities say 12 crew members TUI Cruises’ Mein Schiff 6 carrying more than 1,500 passengers, have tested positive for COVID-19.
Greece seems to be caving in to pressure from German tour giant TUI to forge through a COVID 2nd wave and create off season bookings.
Greece’s drive to promote tourism using the status quo, it is not going to work. Everything put forward from the tourism ministry and the rest of the current administration is about going back and appearing to go forward.
TUI has announced it will close 166 high street stores in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. So far, the exact branches have not been named.
Tourism Μinister Haris Theocharis will announce a special agreement with the largest travel organizer in the world, TUI Group.
German tour giant TUI has started its summer holidays 2020 schedule, and Greece is among the first major destinations for clients.
TUI Group has announced cutting 8,000 jobs in an effort to reduce costs amid the coronavirus crisis, even as stocks plummet farther.
TUI Group has created a ten-point plan for hotel operations for the coming post coronavirus days and months.
TUI has temporarily suspended most of its travel operations due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Company spokespersons say the move is a “compliance” and “industry adjustment” move. The news comes as the whole industry is in a state of shock as to “next moves.” TUI is on a shortlist of companies investing gurus say may be […]
TUI Group has just named Charlotte WWiebe Sustainability Director, taking over the role from Jane Ashton, who leaves the company in March.
A report on the state of the Crete hospitality market which will show key flaws in the strategies in place to serve this tourism destination.
Today, as we look at the progress Greece has made toward a truly sustainable form of tourism.
TUI Group has claimed they are supporting Crete becoming a “showpiece for sustainable food on holiday.” Here’s a dissenting view on their statements.
In news from TUI Group, the company reports good financials for the start of 2017, with some loss from 2016. According to TUI, underlying EBITA rose by 17 per cent to a loss of €66.7 million in the period from October to December 2016, which was an improvement over the previous year.