DUBAI, UAE: 09 March 2021 – Emirates has increased flights to popular holiday destinations, Maldives and Seychelles, to cater to an increase in travel bookings during the Easter break. The airline ramps up services...
HONG KONG, 30 March 2021: Shangri-La Asia Limited reported a 57.5% drop in consolidated revenue to USD1,033.4 million in its summary of its financial results ended 31 December 2021. Highlights •...
MANILA, 30 March 2021: Philippine Airlines confirmed this week it would continue to suspend international flights to and from its home base Manila Airport to several countries. It follows the Covid-19 ruling that limits...
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.
SINGAPORE, 29 March 2021: WorldHotels launched its newest collection of hotels -- WorldHotels Crafted Collection -- at the weekend, highlighting independent hotels and resorts worldwide. "We announced this new collection just weeks before the world was ravaged...
SINGAPORE, 29 March 2021: Understandably, due to the drastic cuts in flights worldwide, airline travel got considerably safer in 2020, according to the International Air Transport Association's 2020 safety report The 2020 Safety Report and...
WASHINGTON, 29, 2021: Talk about creative marketing; here is one that requires governments to buy half the aircraft seats on domestic flights to enable safe social distancing in the cabin, says FlyersRights.org. But whatever the government...
BANGKOK, 29 March 2021: Association of Thai Travel Agents named Sisdivachr Cheewarattanaporn as the new president for a two-year term following the annual general meeting and elections held 25 March. He led a team of 22...
DOHA, Qatar, 26 March 2021: Qatar Airways will resume service to Mykonos, Greece, for the summer season as the islands welcome visitors once again. The airline is planning to operate three flights a week using an...
TOKYO, 26 March 2021: Six private Japanese firms and a Japanese state entity admit they paid rent on the Y Complex hotel and real estate project that ultimately went to Myanmar’s defence ministry, according to a Reuters report on Wednesday.