COVID-19 pandemic

  • Travel patterns of Chinese travelers slowly altering

     Friday, September 15, 2023

    Travel inclinations of Chinese travelers are slowly altering as they attribute bigger significance tosecurity, individuality and sustainability in the midst of a post-pandemic retrieval in the world-wide tourism segment, said a top executive of, which is China’s leading online …

  • New York state welcomed 291.5mln visitors in 2022,governor Kathy Hochul celebrates

     Thursday, September 14, 2023

    Tourism continues to be an important driver behind their state’s economy and his administration is committed to boosting the industry to make sure that visitors from around the world can see all that New York has to offer. 

  • West Virginia Governor declares record $7 billion tourism impact in 2022

     Wednesday, September 13, 2023

    West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice united with over 300 tourism-industry associates to declare West Virginia’sfinest tourism year ever, with the sector’s financial influence surpassing $7 billion in 2022. This figuresignifies a 17% surge in visitor expenditure equated to the levels …

  • TikTok food tourists leave a bitter taste in Amsterdam

     Monday, September 11, 2023

    Amsterdammers complain that many appear more inspired by Instagrammable food, lazy bike rides and “window shopping” in the red light district than by the city’s top hotels, museums and galleries.

  • Tourists and locals are on uncharted ground after deadly quake in Morocco

     Monday, September 11, 2023

    Morocco has suffered devastating earthquakes — memories of the 1960 quake in Agadir, which killed about 12,000 people, loom large — but they are far from common. Many were unsure how to react.

  • Challenges awaits new CTO CEO

     Monday, September 11, 2023

    In spite of rising visitor arrivals in various destinations, the countries in the Caribbean experience wide-spread challenges in terms of constant tourism growth, said the new secretary general of the Caribbean Tourism Organization, Dona Regis-Prosper. While admitting the barriers, Regis-Prosper …

  • South Africa continues to address tourism safety

     Friday, September 8, 2023

    South Africa’s Tourism Minister Patricia de Lille said on Thursday that the department has allocated 174.5 million rands (about $9.11 million) for this financial year for the deployment of the tourism monitors, a news agency reported.

  • WTTC unveils the power of retail tourism

     Friday, September 8, 2023

    Retail tourism is playing a pivotal role in the recovery of the Travel & Tourism sector, which saw inbound tourism revenues surging by 82% in 2022.

  • IATA: Passenger demand continues strong in July

     Friday, September 8, 2023

    Total traffic in July 2023 (measured in revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) rose 26.2% compared to July 2022. Globally, traffic is now at 95.6% of pre-COVID levels.

  • Egypt’s tourism segment is luring more foreign and Arab financiers

     Friday, September 8, 2023

    Egypt’s tourism segment is luring more overseas and Arab financiers, specifically after the initiation of theEgyptian pound compared to the US dollar. The segment gains advantage from currency variations and local tourism and anticipates more encouraging funds in the upcoming …


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