BERLIN, 4 March 2021: Expect people to spend more on travel again in 2021 and the end of the pandemic will spur an era of long-term growth, ITB Berlin and the market research institute Statista concluded from...
BERLIN, 3 March 2021: The ITB Berlin NOW Convention will address the challenges facing the MICE and business travel industries – digitalisation and sustainable travel as ways out of the Covid-19 crisis  Full...
LONDON, 22 February 2021: The World Travel & Tourism Council sent an open letter to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the weekend, urging him to adopt a Covid-19 exit strategy to save tourism. The letter...
MADRID, 19 February 2021: Startups from around the world have been recognised for their contributions to sustainable and responsible tourism in the UNWTO SDGs Global Startup Competition. The competition, supported by the United Nations Innovation Network, attracted...
BERLIN, 18 February 2021: Georgia and ITB Berlin signed off on a partnership for three consecutive years to the trade show's 2023 edition. ITB Berlin cancelled just days before it was due to open in March...
LONDON, 17 February 2021: World Travel & Tourism Council's 20th Global Summit, will now take place in April one month later than initially planned. The Global Summit is being organised in partnership with the Government of Quintana...
LONDON, 15 February 2021: The World Travel & Tourism Council has released a study illustrating the industry’s role as a driver of social impact. WTTC's Social Impact Paper shows tourism drives economic growth and enhances...
GENEVA, 9 February 2021: SITA announced at the weekend the launch of its Health Protect – an industry solution, to help airlines, airports, governments, and passengers share information securely on health tests or vaccinations needed during travel.
LONDON, 8 February 2021: The World Travel & Tourism Council s calling for governments to abandon the concept of ‘high-risk countries’ and instead focus on how individual ‘high-risk travellers’ are treated at borders. WTTC,...
GENEVA, 5 February 2021: Airlines suffered the worst traffic decline in aviation history during 2020 and forward bookings suggest the first quarter of 2021 might not bring a marked improvement. Earlier this week the...