With skiers and snowboarders beginning to think about winter, Tremblant is deploying every effort to prepare a 2020-21 season where the health and safety of its guests, its employees and its resort community remain at the forefront of priorities.
The ski season at Tremblant is set to start... more ›
St. Kitts & Nevis is preparing to welcome visitors beginning October 31, 2020. It will be a phased reopening with specific entry and travel requirements to be observed by visitors.
Phase 1 reopening travel requirements will designate visitors into three categories:
Travellers from... more ›
After controlling the pandemic, local authorities in Cuba have announced that the country is embracing a “new normal” in most for most provinces, with the exception of Havana, Ciego de Avila and Sancti Spiritus (Which still have some cases of local transmission).
All international... more ›
Baxter Media invites travel agents to attend an exciting webinar with Dubai Tourism on Wednesday, October 28, at 12 p.m. (EST).
The webinar will be presented by Soraya Al Olama, Head of North America for Dubai Tourism, and moderated by Dan McDonald from Baxter Media.
It will update... more ›
Officials and businesses in the Florida Keys are reminding visitors that carrying and wearing facial coverings and practicing social distancing continue for the island chain to protect against the spread of coronavirus, despite the easing of some statewide... more ›
Public safety minister, Bill Blair announced on Twitter this morning that: “We are extending non-essential travel restrictions with the United States until Nov. 21, 2020.”
Blair said that: “Our decisions will continue to be based on the best public health advice available to keep... more ›
Noting that it’s common knowledge that the global pandemic has wreaked destruction on the travel industry -- with total international arrivals in the third quarter of the year 94% down on the same period in 2019 – ForwardKeys is reporting that there may be a glimmer of hope immediately... more ›
Caribbean Travel Marketplace is being planned for Spring 2021, and organizers are seeking innovative ideas and expressions of interest from tourism stakeholders.
Karen Whitt, Chairman of Caribbean Travel Marketplace, and Executive Committee Member of Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association... more ›
According to half of the economists (47% or 7 out of 15) on Finder’s BoC Interest Rate Forecast panel, the Bank of Canada could hold the interest rate until at least 2023.
A third of the panel expect the rate to hold until some point in 2023 while an additional 13% say it will hold beyond... more ›
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An in-principle agreement between Hong Kong and Singapore to create a bilateral Air Travel Bubble (ATB) is giving travellers there reasons to celebrate.
The milestone arrangement is designed to help revive cross-border air travel between the two aviation hubs in a safe and progressive... more ›