The UK government announced that passengers arriving from amber countries who have been fully vaccinated in Europe (EU Member States, European Free Trade Association countries and the European microstate countries of Andorra, Monaco and Vatican City) and the USA will no longer have to... more ›
Visitors Who Received Mixed Vaccinations Welcome On The Islands
Antigua & Barbuda’s National COVID-19 Vaccination Technical Working Group has approved the mixing of the AstraZeneca vaccine with either Moderna or Pfizer vaccines, or the mixing of a Moderna and a Pfizer vaccine.
As a result, the Ministry of Health & the Environment says that... more ›
Los Cabos Tourism Board is wooing visitors back with a new marketing campaign that highlights the destination’s safety protocols designed to make travellers feel at ease when they visit.
Rodrigo Esponda, Managing Director of Los Cabos Tourism Board, said that: “In Los Cabos, we thread... more ›
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) released a new report outlining how destinations can grow responsibly, using the Destination Stewardship model.
The report was launched in partnership with the Travel Foundation and the European Tourism Futures Institute (ETFI) at... more ›
GlobalData Says Outdoor Experiences Key To Success As Canada-US Border Reopens
Noting that the reopening of the Canada-US border marks a pivotal point in the country’s tourism recovery and GlobalData says that one way for Canada to regain lost US expenditure in 2020 is by promoting adventure experiences.
The data and analytics company points out that the US is the... more ›
Industry Gathers In Toronto To Talk Travel And The Future
Talk about the travel industry leading by example ...
Last Thursday evening (July 22), Press Today had a chance to join many prominent Toronto-based travel industry officials at a get-together at Toronto's Mimico Cruising Club. It was a gathering that Pat Probert of Bob Family Travel was... more ›
Optimism Grows In The Caribbean As Pent Up Demand Reversing Negative Trends
There is guarded optimism in the Caribbean as there is increasing evidence in the marketplace that pent-up demand is roaring back much earlier and at a much quicker pace than forecasters had predicted.
The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is also encouraged by the data from its member... more ›
Air Canada Vacations has unveiled its new lineup of winter 2021-2022 flights that
includes the addition of new flights and a full flying program in Ontario and the Maritimes, resuming service to almost 100% of its pre-pandemic destinations.
The tour operator is also introducing an all-new... more ›
IATA Warns Governments Of High Costs Of Testing
IATA is warning governments that they need to take action to address the high cost of COVID-19 tests in many jurisdictions and urged flexibility in permitting the use of cost-effective antigen tests as an alternative to more expensive PCR tests.
The airline industry association is also... more ›
A Tasty New Initiative From The Culinary Tourism Alliance To Support Local Businesses, Encourage HyperLocal Travel
The Culinary Tourism Alliance (CTA) will be leading a dynamic recovery program aimed at supporting local businesses along the food tourism value chain and encouraging hyperlocal travel within the province.
The program is complemented by a strategic, collaborative marketing campaign... more ›