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News: New sales leadership for Travel Corporation brands in UK
The Travel Corporation has promoted two of its existing senior leadership team - Donna Jeavons and Chris Townson - following the resignation of Rachel Coffey.
News: Tauscher to lead new Aman New York
Rudy Tauscher has been selected as the managing director of Aman New York. He joins the company from Four Seasons Hotel New York where he was general manager.
Focus: What are the latest covid-19 requirements for traveling to Canada?
With the second wave of the deadly coronavirus across the globe, Canada has placed travel requirements for anyone looking to visit the country. Traveling during a pandemic is...
Focus: Marriott hotel data leak and why travellers should know what's going on
Cybersecurity or information security is not the thing a lot of travellers think about. You're about to leave on a well-deserved holiday, and the last thing you want is even...
EXPLAINER: Pope's risky Iraq trip aims to boost Christians
Pope Francis is pushing ahead with the first papal trip to Iraq despite rising coronavirus infections
News: P&O Cruises cancels international summer season
P&O Cruises has cancelled all international cruises on Arcadia, Aurora, Azura and Ventura until the end of August. The line will instead offer a series of trips around the UK.
News: Madeira to open up to vaccinated tourists
Since the start of the pandemic, the archipelago of Madeira has been considered one of the safest destinations in Europe and has been widely praised for its handling of the...
News: Hertz Global unveils plans to relaunch this summer
Knighthead Capital Management and Certares Opportunities have committed to invest up to $4.2 billion to purchase up to 100 per cent of the common stock of the fallen car rental...
Smokies sees more than 12M visitors despite virus closure
Despite closing for more than a month because of COVID-19, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park experienced its second busiest year on record last year
News: IATA: Aviation is moving from bad to worse
International passenger demand in January was 86 per cent below January 2019, a further drop compared to the 85 per cent year-to-year decline recorded in December.