The European Travel Commission (ETC) is predicting that European tourism will demonstrate resilience despite risks on multiple fronts.
In the ETC’s latest ‘European Tourism Trends & Prospects’ quarterly – which
monitors the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as current... more ›
CHTA Says The Region Needs To Prepare Now
With the tourism sector rebound strongly from the global pandemic, the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is calling on the region’s “bread and butter” industry to ramp up efforts to be adequately staffed to meet the impending surge of arrivals and continued... more ›
Over 300 Canadian Travel Agents Celebrate With Tourism Ireland
Tourism Ireland is back to in-person sales missions, kicking off its efforts in Toronto and then heading to western Canada to showcase the island of Ireland to travel agents in Alberta and British Columbia.
A delegation of 15 tourism enterprises from Ireland and 3 Canadian partners are... more ›
Paul Melhus makes it clear that ToursByLocals has been working with travel agents from the start and recognizes them as an integral part of its business. In fact, says ToursByLocals founder and CEO, agents bring top quality clients in search of truly unique travel products.
And he also makes... more ›
Israel’s Ministry of Health has confirmed that Israel is dropping its final COVID-19 curbs by removing on-arrival PCR tests.
Under the new guidelines agreed by the Ministry of Health and the Airports Authority, passengers landing at Ben Gurion airport from May 20 will no longer be required... more ›
Québec City will be the official host of Rendez-vous Canada 2023, shining the spotlight on this “one-of-a-kind city” at Canada’s premier international tourism marketplace.
Robert Mercure, General Manager of Destination Québec cite, said that: “In 2020, we indicated that the... more ›
The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) held its annual Tourism Update event online late last week (May 6), announcing a revival plan that highlights Hong Kong’s vibrant developments and new experiences, aiming to generate a positive ambience and make the city top-of-mind destination for worldwide... more ›
Air Transat has launched direct service between Montreal and Amsterdam that will operate until mid-October with three flights per week at the height of the season: on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
With this service, the airline is responding to the significant demand from travellers who... more ›
Destination Showcases B&Bs, Boutique Inns And Villas
The Saint Lucia Tourism Authority (SLTA) has launched a bespoke accommodations program to showcase 400-plus smaller accommodation properties in Saint Lucia.
Collection de Pépites features a broad range of one-of-a-kind island jewels, including local B&Bs, boutiques, inns and luxury... more ›
The European Travel Commission together with The Nordic Council of Ministers has launched a new sustainable tourism marketing campaign for The Nordics, a coalition of the seven Nordic tourism boards of Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
The campaign... more ›