24 November 2020

Curbing emissions: Fewer flights, more trains in Europe

An Action Agenda for Train and Aviation has been sent to the Dutch Lower House on Monday, November 23rd, proposing a stronger international train network that […]
24 November 2020

Supporting Sustainable Recovery of Tourism in Brazil

The Secretary-General of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has reaffirmed his commitment to working closely with the Government of Brazil to help the country’s tourism sector […]
23 November 2020

TUI cancels Lapland holidays as Covid-19 means ‘magic’ may be lost

Travel and tourism company TUI has cancelled all Lapland Holidays this winter for customers coming from the UK and Ireland, as they are concerned that they […]
23 November 2020

Virtual Travel – Virtuous?

There has been much talk about how Covid-19 has accelerated changes in the way people work, in business travel and driving development and growth in online […]
23 November 2020

Swiss hotel school enters the virtual education marketplace

The Switzerland based has announced its entry into the virtual online education sector, providing virtual education for hospitality professionals and ‘transforming hospitality education’. 1. About […]
23 November 2020

European airports have already lost 1.5 billion passengers

Olivier Jankovec, director general of Airports Council International (ACI) Europe, which represents 500 entities from 46 countries, said at the entity’s 30th congress and annual assembly […]
23 November 2020

Thailand introduces Special Tourist Visa

After introducing a 90-day visa in October, Thailand has now launched a shorter 60-day visa to travelers coming from mid-risk countries. But there are, of course, […]
21 November 2020

Europeans are planning 2021 trips despite Covid-19 second wave

European travellers have a stable and positive attitude towards travel but concerns over falling ill at the destination and quarantine restrictions have resulted in postponing more […]
20 November 2020

Lufthansa removes free meals for economy passengers

From the spring of 2021, Lufthansa will no longer offer free economy class catering on all its flights in Europe, the company announced on November 17th. […]
20 November 2020

Global Summit in Cancun to help restore Travel & Tourism around the world

The first major conference in the ‘new normal’ of the Covid-19 world will take place in Cancun, Mexico on 23-25 March 2021, hosted by the World […]
20 November 2020

American Airlines, British Airways and oneworld launch transatlantic Covid-19 testing trial

American Airlines, British Airways and oneworld® have launched an optional COVID-19 medical-based testing trial on selected flights from the United States (US) to London Heathrow (LHR), […]
20 November 2020

“We cannot wait for European Funds” – Francisco Calheiros, President of the Portuguese Confederation of Tourism

Covid-19 had the greatest impact that the tourism sector has ever encountered. The inhibition to travel by air, road, rail, and sea, due to confinements and […]
19 November 2020

Brussels coronavirus curfew extended into mid-December

On Wednesday, regional officials announced that the current coronavirus curfew in Brussels will be extended by more than one month. The current curfew in Brussels, which […]
19 November 2020

Travel Restrictions: European Union 🇪🇺

Note: Last update of this article occurred on December 17th. Lists containing high and low-risk countries are revised from week to week, and it’s become challenging for […]
19 November 2020

Travel restrictions in brief: Slovakia 🇸🇰

NOTE: Last update of this article occurred on December 16th. Can I travel to Slovakia? Yes, but 1) All persons who from 8 December 2020 from […]
19 November 2020

Travel restrictions in brief: Slovenia 🇸🇮

NOTE: Last update of this article occurred on December 16th. Can I travel to Slovenia? Yes, but authorities have put in place some restrictions based on […]
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