Scotland Looks To Wider Recovery In 2021
Keith Campbell, Marketing Manager -- Canada & Golf, VISITSCOTLAND
After the UK entered lockdown on March 23, Keith Campbell, Market Manager – Canada & Golf for VisitScotland, says the organization decided to pause all destination marketing to focus on understanding the impact of... more ›
The Hotel Association of Canada is calling on governments to remove restrictions on province-to-province travel, saying doing so would be a boost to the country's struggling lodging industry and could be done in a manner that wouldn't lead to a further spread of coronavirus.
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FCM Travel Solutions Releases 'State of the Market' Survey
FCM Travel Solutions and its sister-specialist business travel provider, Corporate Traveller have just release the first phase of a combined multinational ‘State of the Market’ survey that found that the majority of organizations will take a phased approach to resuming domestic and... more ›
Global Forum Looks Beyond COVID-19
The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) hosted an online forum entitled “Beyond COVID-19: Global Tourism’s New Normal” – the first event of its kind focusing on the post-pandemic tourism prospects for Hong Kong, Mainland, Asia, and the world.
More than 4,000 tourism industry... more ›
In a post-COVID-19 travel market, everyone is taking a closer look at how the Canadian industry can package and sell Canada. What are suppliers doing to attract domestic travellers? What are the opportunities for agents to sell Canada?
Join us today at 1PM EST for a free TravelWebcast, Look... more ›
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) reports that restrictions on travel -- introduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic -- are slowly being eased, allowing tourism to restart in a growing number of destinations.
In its latest research, the UNWTO found that 22% of all destinations... more ›
Bartlett, Bell, Grynol On The Way Ahead For Travel And Tourism
Don’t miss Baxter Media’s #TravelWebcastWeek where we talk to industry leaders - Charlotte Bell, President & CEO of the Tourism Industry Association of Canada, Susie Grynol, President & CEO of the Hotel Association of Canada, and the Honourable Edmund Bartlett, Minister of Tourism... more ›
In Wave 5 of its Travel Safety Barometer report, MMGY Global found that travellers perceptions of safety are rising across all sectors, from domestic and international travel to lodging, cruising, dining & entertainment, transportation and business travel.
MMGY Global’s Travel Safety... more ›
GlobalData reports that air bridges are providing tour operators in the United Kingdom with new hope of resuming some form of service this summer, but as overnight domestic travel is still not possible it is clear there that the current situation is as bleak as it has ever been for... more ›
CTO SG Looks Into The Future
According to Neil Walters, the acting secretary general of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), tourism in the Caribbean and the rest of the world will be considerably different as countries begin to reopen their borders to international traffic following the forced closures occasioned by... more ›