Tour Operators Launch LGBTQ+ Options for 2021
Just like everyone else, LGBTQ+ travelers spent a lot of time at home in 2020. To entice them to travel again, tour operators up the ante with an array of new offerings. Like...
8 days ago - Global Traveler
News: Furious reaction as Brits urged not to book holidays
Sue Ockwell, leader of the Association of Independent Tour Operators, lead criticism of suggestions Brits should avoid booking trips, branding the comments “puerile and...
14 days ago - Breaking Travel News
Travellers are already snapping up holidays for 2022 - and finding some irresistible bargains
Tour operators, airlines and accommodation providers are already promoting holidays for 2022 - so is it a good idea to book one now? Here are five reasons why this could be a...
19 days ago - Mail Online
Cautious UK holidaymakers hold off on overseas trips until autumn
Travel companies say foreign holiday market flat until October, as domestic summer bookings hit all time high Lockdown weary Britons who are desperate for some Mediterranean...
19 days ago - The Guardian
Will There Be a Boom in Destination Golf?
The number of golf rounds played nationwide was up 13 percent year over year through November despite course closures that sharply impacted the industry in the spring of 2020...
1 month ago - SportsTravel
Focus: Border woes force Australian tour operators to join forces!
Continual border constraints have dented confidence in travel. However, two tour operators on each side of the New South Wales and Victorian borders, are working together to...
1 month ago - Breaking Travel News
News: UK tour operators cancel trips until mid-February
Virgin Holidays has become the latest travel firm to cancel holidays after new Covid-19 lockdown restrictions were imposed in part of the UK, joining Tui, Thomas Cook and Jet2.
1 month ago - Breaking Travel News - 2 articles
10 good news stories for UK travel and tourism in 2021
From cleaner rivers to greener cities and community projects, there are signs the industry will come out of lockdown travelling in the right direction Amid all the challenges...
1 month ago - The Guardian
2020 wasn't all terrible. Here's how travel benefited from a bad year
Brilliant tour operators going out of business. Airlines reliant on government handouts. Travelers left out of pocket on canceled trips they'd spent years planning.
1 month ago - CNN - 2 articles
News: ABTA calls for further support as ONS reveals damage to travel trade
Travel agents and tour operators have been worst hit by the Covid-19 pandemic when compared to any other services sector, according to the ONS figures published today.
2 monthes ago - Breaking Travel News
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News: Nobu Hospitality unveils plans for Hamburg property
The Nobu Hotel Elbtower Hamburg will offer 191 spaciously designed guest rooms and suites, a 200-seat Nobu restaurant, a stylish terrace bar and lounge with views of the River...
EU leaders seek to inject energy into slow vaccine rollout
European Union leaders are gathering to try to inject new energy into the bloc's lagging coronavirus vaccination effort as concern mounts that new variants might spread faster...
News: Marriott-Sorenson Centre for Hospitality Leadership to be established
The location has been set up to honour the memory of Arne Sorenson, the Marriott International chief executive who died earlier this month from pancreatic cancer.
News: American Cruise Lines to add new Pacific Northwest vessel
American Harmony, one of the American modern riverboats, successfully completed its recent journey from the East Coast to the Pacific Northwest via the Panama Canal.
News: IATA expects airlines to lose at least $75bn in 2021
The International Air Transport Association has released new analysis showing that the airline industry is expected to remain cash negative throughout 2021.
News: Bear Grylls Explorers Camp opens in Ras Al Khaimah
RAK Leisure has announced the first Bear Grylls branded accommodation in the world is now available to book. The camp is situated on Jebel Jais, the highest mountain in the UAE.
FBI twist in flight's UFO mystery
American Airlines has not ruled out that one of its jets encountered an apparent UFO over New Mexico last weekend.
The best hidden beaches in Spain revealed in amazing Wild Things Publishing book
The pictures are courtesy of writer John Weller and appear in a guide he's co-authored with half-Spanish former stand-up comic Lola Culsan called Hidden Beaches Spain that's...
WHO says vaccine passports should NOT be used for foreign travel
The WHO said proof of a jab should not be required because there remain 'critical unknowns regarding the efficacy of vaccination in reducing transmission'.
The dreamy weekend girls trip every woman is dying to go on this year
White on Whitehaven is a tempting new long weekend deal that offers guests the opportunity to be privately chartered from Sydney to the Whitsundays for a luxurious weekend stay.