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Monthly Archives: December 2021

Happy New Year, Welcome To 2022

Happy New Year, Welcome To 2022 “And now, we welcome the new year … full of things that have never been.” (Rainer Maria Rilke) I should probably just let the Rilke quote (above) stand, rather than try to improve on an observation that reminds all of us that since 2020, the world – not just the travel and tourism... more ›
Posted in COVID-19, News, Trends & Research

CDC Advises Against Cruise Travel

CDC Advises Against Cruise Travel The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has raised its COVID-19 Travel Health Notice Level for cruise travel from Level 3 to Level 4 – the highest level – reflecting increases in cases onboard cruise ships since the Omicron variant was identified. In its update, the CDC... more ›
Posted in COVID-19, Cruise, News

WestJet Consolidating 15% Of January Flights

WestJet Consolidating 15% Of January Flights “Over the past 72 hours, we have seen a significant increase in delays and cancellations impacting our business. As we work to stabilize our operation to best serve our guests, we understand this has been immensely challenging and frustrating and for that we apologize,” writes Harry Taylor,... more ›
Posted in Airlines, Canada, COVID-19, News

Royal Caribbean Offers Omicron Impact Update

Royal Caribbean Offers Omicron Impact Update Royal Caribbean Group provided an update on the status of its business and the impact of the Omicron variant. The company said that knowledge about COVID-19 and how to deal with it have been in a constant state of flux for the last two years. Omicron has significantly altered the COVID-19... more ›
Posted in COVID-19, Cruise, News, Trends & Research

FITUR Confirms Dates And Strengthens Health Protocols

FITUR Confirms Dates And Strengthens Health Protocols IFEMA Madrid will maximizing its health and safety efforts at FITUR, its major international tourism fair, by following a strict health protocol that includes a mandatory requirement for EU visitors to have a valid vaccination certificate in the form of an EU Digital COVID certificate, while... more ›
Posted in COVID-19, Destinations, Events, News, Tourism Organizations

Hotelbeds Presses The Green Button

Hotelbeds Presses The Green Button After collaborating with Tourism Ireland back in 2018, Hotelbeds is once again joining forces to promote the destination to travel agents in Germany, Spain, the UK and the US. Tourism Ireland has launched a comprehensive multi-channel campaign highlighting the island as a fantastic... more ›
Posted in COVID-19, Destinations, Hotels, News, Resorts, Tourism Organizations

Fernie Hotel Setting Sustainable Example

Fernie Hotel Setting Sustainable Example The Fernie Fox Hotel, located in the East Kootenays, is vying for the title of the most sustainable hotel in British Columbia, following the installation of an array of solar panels to the hotel roof, completed at the beginning of December. The 62.4 kW installation, by renewable energy... more ›
Posted in Canada, COVID-19, Hotels, Responsible Travel

Sanovnik Named Caribbean Hotelier Of The Year

Sanovnik Named Caribbean Hotelier Of The Year Bay Gardens Resorts Executive Director Sanovnik Destang has been named the 2022 Caribbean Hotelier of the Year. The Saint Lucian-born hotelier was hand-selected by Caribbean Journal to receive the top honour at the 8th Annual Caribbean Travel Awards, which highlights the region’s... more ›
Posted in Appointments, COVID-19, Hotels, Tourism Organizations

A Wonder In Port Canaveral

A Wonder In Port Canaveral Royal Caribbean International has announced that the Wonder of the Seas will homeport at Port Canaveral beginning November 2022. When it debuts in March 2022, Wonder will sail 7-night itineraries to the eastern and western Caribbean. Destination highlights include Cozumel, Mexico;... more ›
Posted in COVID-19, Cruise

Yucatan Flying High With Return Of WestJet

Yucatan Flying High With Return Of WestJet Yucatan welcomed the return of WestJet’s seasonal YYZ-MID flight to its international airport in Merida just before Christmas. The reactivation of the route, which has operated successfully since 2015, will see it operated through the winter season. The route will operate a Boing 737-700... more ›
Posted in Airlines, COVID-19, Destinations, Tourism Organizations
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