• Mauritius placed in temporary lockdown amid new COVID-19 cases

     Monday, March 15, 2021

    The government of Mauritius recently announced that it has decided to place the country in temporary lockdown until March 25 and implemented COVID-19 public health protocols amid the new rise in coronavirus cases. The decision arrived following the reporting of …

  • One in three world destinations are closed to international tourism: UNWTO

     Friday, March 12, 2021

    According to the latest data from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the emergence of new variants of the COVID-19 virus has prompted many governments to reverse efforts to ease restrictions on travel, with total closures to tourists most prevalent in …

  • New permit form required for passengers travelling abroad from England

     Monday, March 8, 2021

    The U.K. government has announced that all passengers travelling internationally from England, starting Monday will need to carry a new form that sets out their trip is permitted under the stay-at-home restrictions. The form must be downloaded and signed before …

  • Thailand likely to reopen for international tourists starting July 1

     Saturday, March 6, 2021

    Thailand Tourism has recently introduced a campaign trying to persuade the countrymen to welcome overseas tourists back by July. The campaign ‘OpenThailandSafely’ aims at welcoming tourists from across the globe by July 1, 2021. The date has been chosen to …

  • COVID-19 harshly impacted Chinese New Year

     Tuesday, March 2, 2021

    A recent research undertaken by ForwardKeys has revealed that domestic air travel in China during New Year Golden Week was 69 per cent down on the equivalent period in 2019, when travel was at normal, pre-pandemic levels. The period, which …

  • Spain extends travel restrictions for the U.K., Brazil and South Africa

     Thursday, February 25, 2021

    The Spanish government recently announced another travel ban and extended restrictions for travellers from the U.K., Brazil and South Africa until at least March 16, amid the rise of new COVID variants in those countries. On Tuesday, Health Minister Carolina …

  • Accor reports a net loss of €2 billion for financial year 2020

     Wednesday, February 24, 2021

    Accor has reported a net loss of €2 billion for financial 2020 as COVID-19 took a huge toll around the world. The figure is sharply down from a profit of €464 million as compared to 2019. Travel restrictions saw revenues …

  • WTTC seeks faster tourism reopening from the U.K.

     Wednesday, February 24, 2021

    While the U.K. government has decided to continue travel restrictions in order to curb the spread of the new strain of COVID-19 across the country, WTTC has warned the process may take a longer time. Prime Minister Boris Johnson recently …

  • U.K. bans international non-essential travel until May 17

     Wednesday, February 24, 2021

    United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson recently announced a ban on non-essential international travel from and to the country till at least May 17 in light of the spread of the new strain of COVID-19. It was announced that domestic …

  • Japan tourism boost suddenly led to virus spread

     Wednesday, February 24, 2021

    Adviser’s recently mentioned that the all new increase in coronavirus attack in Japan might have happened because of a sudden tourism push campaign. The travel tourism industry experienced a complete pause for a while, and this affected severely on the …


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