Restaurants Canada Releases 2020 Foodservice Facts Report
What does the next normal look like for Canada’s restaurant industry?
Well, the 2020 Foodservice Facts Report released by Restaurants Canada sheds some light on this question.
Chris Elliott, senior economist at Restaurants Canada, observed: “The greatest challenge our industry will... more ›
Through its responsible opening plan, traveller pre-testing and on-island protocols, Saint Lucia has confirmed the lowest Covid-19 rates across the Caribbean region, with only 26 cases to date and no deaths (1.42 cases per 10k population).
Its efforts have also resulted in the Centers for... more ›
Hawai‘i governor David Ige has issued a new statewide order delaying the start of the pre travel testing program to October 1st due to the spike in cases.
Beginning October 1, individuals looking to avoid the 14-day quarantine are required to get a valid COVID-19 test within 72 hours... more ›
The Dominican Republic’s president, Luis Abinader Corona unveiled details of a set of initiatives to address the tourism industry’s challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, and to ensure that the country is a safe travel destination.
The Plan for the Responsible Recovery of Tourism in... more ›
Destinations Weigh In About How They're Handling Tourism In A COVID-19 World
COVID-19 continues to challenge the travel industry, as countries seek to find the balance between welcoming visitors back in a safe way and keeping instances of the virus low in their respective destinations.
While economies rely heavily on tourism, many countries have shown that reopening... more ›
ForwardKeys is predicting that domestic air travel in China, which has been recovering progressively in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, will reach a full recovery by the start of September.
In the second week of August, domestic arrivals at Chinese airports reached 86% of 2019 levels and... more ›
A new survey by Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) reveals that an affluent group of Travel Ready advocates are driving pent up demand for luxury holidays this year.
Conducted in partnership with Liz Hall Hotel & Travel Consulting, the survey looked at the current sentiment towards... more ›
Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) unveiled its year-end results for its 2020 fiscal year today (Aug. 27), and they indicated an optimistic future for its corporate brands FCM Travel Solutions and Corporate Traveller despite a major downturn in the travel industry.
While FCTG... more ›
Swoop is gearing up to launch its operations from Toronto Pearson Airport beginning Oct. 25 as part of its continued recovery plans.
Charles Duncan, Swoop president, said that: “Travel is beginning to rebound, and we want to help encourage Canadians to reconnect with family and friends or... more ›
Toronto, Ottawa Properties Are Seeing Their Guests Coming Back
This time last year, The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto and The Westin Ottawa were full of travellers on vacation.
This year, the lobbies are quiet, there’s a minimal amount of splashing and laughter in the swimming pool and very few, if any, friends are sharing a good conversation... more ›