• British Airways plans to make air travel more easier

    Published on : Tuesday, March 16, 2021

    British Airways is planning to make it easier for passengers to prove they are safe to travel once they have been vaccinated against Covid. Under the plans, people who have had both jabs will be able to register their status …

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  • U.K. tourists can travel to Turkey without Covid vaccine passport

    Published on : Monday, March 15, 2021

    The Brits will be able to jet to Turkey for their summer holidays without a COVID vaccine passport. The Tourism Minister Mehmet Ersoy said UK travellers would be welcomed “with open arms”. He said Turkey also expects to ditch the …

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  • Queensland government will release travel vouchers to recover from COVID-19

    Published on : Monday, March 8, 2021

    The Queensland government said that the tourism authorities will distribute 15,000 travel vouchers worth up to $200 each in an attempt to stimulate domestic tourism and drive the state’s Covid-19 recovery. Queensland’s premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk, announced the voucher scheme on …

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  • S7 Airlines net profit tripled- businesses back on-track

    Published on : Monday, November 30, 2020

    Russian carrier Sibir Airlines in net profit in 2016, tripled than the previous year. The airline’s revenue increased by 31.5% to 108.111 billion rubles, as per the company’s annual financial report made to the Russian accounting standards. S7 and its …

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  • Despite trouble aviation industry on the road to recovery

    Published on : Saturday, November 21, 2020

    Just like other industries the aviation industry was also hard hit by the pandemic situation and suffered for almost past seven months. However, the industry is slowly making recovery after the lockdown and adopting measures of protection against the virus …

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  • Alcohol now ban in Scotland railways

    Published on : Thursday, November 19, 2020

    The authorities have recently decided to introduce a complete ban on consumption of alcohol within Scotland’s rail network. Visitors will no longer be allowed to drink alcohol or trains or at stations in Scotland from Monday, ScotRail has announced. Keeping …

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  • Airlines happy with positive vaccine news

    Published on : Thursday, November 12, 2020

    Soon after the US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer along with German biotech firm BioNTech announced positive result from their Covid-19 vaccine trial, US airlines experienced surge in ticket booking igniting hopes of travel return after pandemic pause. United Airlines mentioned over …

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  • This week, tourism industry to talk about COVID impact at AGM

    Published on : Thursday, November 12, 2020

    When the tourism industry is all prepared to welcome its busiest seasons, this year members of the Cayman Islands Tourism Association will be meeting to talk about the way they can stay afloat and re-emerge from the pandemic. Today, 11 …

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  • Italian holiday now turns into reality with negative test report for Brits

    Published on : Friday, October 9, 2020

    As per the new normal regulations Brits who wish to enter Italy will now have to take test and required to have a negative coronavirus report in order to enter the country. The new regulations also clear the rule that …

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  • AirAsia travellers to pay check in fee at airport counters

    Published on : Wednesday, September 9, 2020

    AirAsia recently announced that they will soon introduce a check in charge at the airport counters. Those who have not used the online platform or the mobile app for checking, will now have to pay an amount of 20 Malaysian …

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  • Covid – 19 pushes Spain’s tourism industry into doldrums

    Published on : Thursday, August 27, 2020

    Although most of Spain is again considered a coronavirus risk area, the Canary Islands are hopeful for the winter season. However, Spain needs to rethink its strong reliance on tourism for its economy. “The season is over and a million …

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  • Israel discontinues virus quarantine but closes tourism

    Published on : Thursday, August 20, 2020

    On sunday Israel made it official that they will no longer continue with the virus quarantine system and keep the borders closed for tourist. Officials further added that the citizens, residents and foreign workers who have returned from 20 countries …

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  • B. C. tourism looking for 680-million dollar stimulus recovery package to revive the sector

    Published on : Thursday, July 23, 2020

    Due to the pandemic, as per the Tourism Association of BC, more than 100-thousand jobs in tourism have been lost either temporarily or on a permanent basis. From the BC Government, the sector is looking for a 680-million dollar stimulus …

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  • Digital conferencing helps to unite global hospitality sector

    Published on : Thursday, March 26, 2020

    Bench Events the leading organiser of conferences and forums for the hotel, aviation and restaurant sector is organising a complete live conference experience on the internet to bring together industry leaders to discuss the unprecedented economic circumstances caused by the …

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