Croatia Prepares For The Summer Season
With the destination continuing to open up for travel from many European countries yet not for all international markets, Ina Rodin, Director North America for Croatia National Tourist Office, says its promotional efforts are twofold.
Currently, the campaign “The Vacation You Deserve is... more ›
Border Restrictions, Quarantine Rules Choke Travel
According to new research by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and ForwardKeys, London has fallen to the bottom of the top 10 most booked European cities, as border restrictions and UK quarantine regulations choked travel.
During the first half of June last year, as the holiday... more ›
Canadian Host Agency Offering Members A Variety Of Programs, Tools
Nexion Travel Group-Canada is actively working to serve its travel advisor members during the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent travel downturn. The company is offering a variety of tools, programs and support services to ensure that its members are well-positioned to serve their customers when... more ›
With the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 crisis continuing to place severe financial strain on all registrants, TICO is extending its original 90-day fee deferral on all fees for an additional month. The extension is effective immediately.
TICO also reminds registrants that Renewal... more ›
Barbados has reached a milestone in its fight against COVID-19, reporting no more active cases of COVID-19 on the island and that, effective July 1, all curfews will be lifted.
The announcement was made by Barbados’ Prime Minister the Hon. Mia Amor Mottley, who said: “This is testimony... more ›
Celestyal Cruises, which has sailings to the Greek Islands and the Eastern Mediterranean, has announced the further suspension of its sailings until the previously announced 2021 season, starting March 6, 2021.
Celestyal was one of the first cruise lines worldwide to take an immediate... more ›
Tahiti Tourisme has rolled out its latest campaign, “Reconnect With The World in The Islands of Tahiti,” inviting es travellers to go back to essential values, nature, their loved ones and discover other cultures, in an unrivalled destination.
Coinciding with the announcement of its... more ›
As Ottawa Extends March 16 Ban On Foreign Travellers
While the Canadian travel industry was initially cheered by the news that the European Council had agreed to start lifting travel restrictions for residents of 15 countries – including Canada – it only lasted for a short time.
The news from the EC was overshadowed by word that Canada has... more ›
Air Canada is making major changes to its domestic operations, indefinitely suspending service on 30 domestic regional routes and closing eight stations at regional airports in Canada.
The carrier said that the structural changes to its domestic regional network are being made as a result of... more ›
Iceland Uses Communication To Prepare For The Future
How do destination marketing organizations and tourist boards promote their respective countries when travel comes to a standstill? They adjust and find new ways to drive engagement.
In the aftermath of travel restrictions, Sigríður Dögg Guðmundsdóttir, Head of Visit Iceland, says they... more ›