BANGKOK, 10 February 2021: International visitor arrivals to and within the Asia Pacific region could return to 96% of 2019 levels but not before 2023 if PATA’s mildest scenario proves to be accurate.
HONG KONG, 9 February 2021: Hong Kong will tighten Covid-19 testing and quarantine rules, requiring aircrews to undergo additional Covid-19 testing and quarantine measures effective 20 February. Aircrew arriving through Hong Kong International...
MALE, The Maldives, 9 February 2021: Total recovery of the Maldives’ tourism industry is likely by mid-year, the country’s Minister of Tourism, Abdulla Mausoom tweeted on Monday. He was commenting on the arrival of 4,300 tourists...
MALE, The Maldives, 8 February 2021: The Maldives is turning into the only positive tourism story in the Asia-Pacific as the country welcomed more than 90,000 tourists in January alone. Statistics released by the...
BANGKOK, 4 February 2021: The trade show, PATA Beyond: Travel Recovery Solutions, goes live 8 to 11 February a virtual exhibition for travel and technology solution providers to network with travel and hospitality companies in the Asia-Pacific.
BANGKOK, 3 February 2021: Governments in Asia are telling people to stay close to home during the Lunar New Year holiday in a move to control Covid-19 infections. For the first time in decades, overseas trips...
TOKYO, 1 February 2021: Japan Airlines announced last week revised flight plans and reduced frequency on selected routes effective from 1 February to 15 April 2021. The carrier said it would continue to...
KUALA LUMPUR, 1 February 2021: The Covid-19 pandemic decimated international airline travel in 2020, but air cargo represents a silver lining that could play a vital role in recovery, according to traffic results for 2020 released at the weekend by...
GALLE, Sri Lanka, 29 January 2021: Bringing back cruise tourism to Sri Lanka should be the next priority following Sri Lanka's decision to partially open borders for airline travellers who book specified travel bubble hotels. Asia...
SEOUL, South Korea, 28 January 2021: The Tourism Authority of Thailand's Seoul Office launched a new B2B platform, "Again Thailand Minisite" last week to support Thai travel suppliers reach out to Korean outbound travel agencies.