MADRID, 8 June 2021: International tourist arrivals slumped 83% in the first quarter of 2021, a clear sign that the travel industry is not out of the woods as far as the Covid-19 pandemic is concerned.
MADRID, 7 June 2021: UNWTO is inviting public and private stakeholders worldwide to take part in a Global Survey of Climate Action in Tourism and help identify front-running initiatives and opportunities to accelerate climate action in tourism.
KUALA LUMPUR 25 May 2021: The Malaysian Association of Tour & Travel Agents (MATTA) is urging the government to prioritise and fast-track vaccination for tourism workers. “Vaccination of the frontline workers (tour operators, drivers, boatmen, tourist...
BANGKOK, 12 May 112021: The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has become a signatory of The Future of Tourism Coalition with the global mission to place destinations at the centre of recovery strategies. PATA CEO Mario...
BANGKOK, 4 May 2021: Expedia Group joins the Pacific Asia Travel Association as its newest corporate member, the association announced on Monday. It makes a welcome change for the global membership association headquartered in...
BANGKOK, 29 April 28, 2021: The Pacific Asia Travel Association named Liz Ortiguera as its next chief executive officer at the close of the association’s board meeting on Wednesday. A well-known travel specialist, she...
KRABI, South Thailand, 5 April 2021: SKAL International Thailand vice president Kevin Rautenbach has been elected president of SKAL International Krabi. Rautenbach is described in a club despatch as a “seasoned tourism and hospitality expert and entrepreneur...
GENEVA, 5 April 2021: Former British Airways and International Airlines Group (IAG) CEO, Willie Walsh, started work 1 April as the latest The International Air Transport Association (IATA) director general taking over from Alexandre de Juniac.
CAPE TOWN, 1 April 2021: Start-up Destination Marketing Organisation, Samco, which builds business links between South Africa and the Mekong Region, attracted a turnout of more than 200 travel and wine experts at last night's official launch...
LONDON, 30 March 2021: The World Travel & Tourism Council’s annual Economic Impact Report (EIR) released at the weekend shows the global travel and tourism sector suffered a massive loss of almost USD4.5 trillion in 2020.