LISBON, 17 October 2018: The Portuguese Hotels Association launched an online booking platform last week that links tourists to better hotel deals offered directly by its member hotels. Click2Portugal website was officially declared up and running by Portugal’s secretary of...
WIESBADEN, 16 May 2019: The spotlight shone on Wiesbaden host city for this year's German Travel Mart to present its travel experiences to international travel buyers. The Hessen State regional capital is a 40-minutes...
VALENCIA, 13 January 2022: At the height of the pandemic in 2020, many wondered if things could get worse for the tourism sector, praying for travellers to return to the skies as soon as possible.
LONDON, 28 November 2019: French citizens can take satisfaction that their nationality has once again been ranked as the best in the world, while for citizens of the UK, the ramifications of a ‘hard’ Brexit could prompt a sinking feeling.
GENEVA, 1 July 2021: The crash in international tourism due to the coronavirus pandemic could cause a loss of more than USD4 trillion to the global GDP for the years 2020 and 2021, according to a UNCTAD report released on...
LONDON, 29 April 2021: Life begins at fifty-five, according to a new study that suggests the 55+plus plan to live life to the fullest in a post-pandemic world The study commissioned by the insurance firm, Royal...

Jab and grab a holiday

LONDON, 5 February 2021: More than half (58%) of Brits think the Covid-19 vaccine will save the travel industry with a third saying they only wanted the vaccine so they could go on holiday again. Those...
PARIS, 24 April 2020: Accor’s consolidated first-quarter 2020 revenue totalled EUR768 million, down 17% as reported and 15.8% like-for-like during the first quarter of 2020. RevPAR fell by 25.4%, reflecting the sharp deterioration in...
LONDON, 12 June 2020: More than 197 million jobs could be lost in the global Travel & Tourism sector if barriers to global travel, such as blanket anti-travel advisories and quarantine measures remain in place, according to new research from...
GENEVA, 3 September 2020: The International Air Transport Association is calling on governments to work together to urgently find ways to re-establish global connectivity by re-opening borders and to continue with relief measures to sustain airlines during the Covid-19 crisis.