News: Marriott reports green shoots in China as losses continue
Marriott International has reported a net loss of $11 million for the first quarter of 2021, compared to a net income of $31 million for the same period of last year.
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Prediction border could be shut ‘for years'
Victoria's Health Minister Martin Foley has dashed the hopes of countless travel-loving Aussies, claiming today there was now “every indication” international borders could...
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San Antonio to Host L'Étape du Tour Cycling Event
An international cycling event sponsored by the organization that runs the Tour de France is reportedly heading to San Antonio in 2022. L'Etape du Tour, a global cycling series...
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CDC allows Covid-19 home tests for international reentry
The test procedure must include remote, real-time supervision by a telehealth service associated with the manufacturer.
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Tour Operator Travel Recovery Survey
The United States Tour Operators Association recently revealed the results of its travel recovery survey. The survey of its active tour operator members analyzed current...
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Thailand Opens for Quarantine - Free Travel in July Despite Covid Wave
Despite Covid Wave Thailand Still Opens for Quarantine - Free Travel in July The Tourism Authority of Thailand insists that the sandbox re-opening plans for 6 of Thailand's...
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‘Big trouble': Scary prediction for Aussies
A war of words is brewing between tourism industry groups and the federal government surrounding Australia's international border reopening as experts predict businesses are in...
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New deadline for opening Aussie borders
Australia's international borders will be reopened in 2022 under a “cautious approach” according to the Tuesday's budget but there's a huge wildcard driving uncertainty about...
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UK capital between the wars saluted in new edition of 1935 photo book The Spirit of London
The author is Austrian traveller and writer Paul Cohen-Portheim, who was interned in the UK during World War I. His enforced stay made him fall in love with England and, in...
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Dassault Aviation's Falcon 10X Takes Flight
Dassault Aviation announced the release of the latest iteration of its iconic business jet, the Falcon. Touted as the “new benchmark in business aviation” by CEO Eric Trappier...
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Eid-ul-Fitr 2021: When is Eid-ul-Fitr in India? Know history and significance
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News: Jumeirah to reopen Carlton Tower in London next month
Following an 18-month closure for refurbishment, the European flagship has undergone the most extensive makeover in its history, at a cost of over £100 million.
News: IAG to offer €800m in new bonds as travel shutdown continues
IAG said the cash would be used to strengthen its balance sheet, while also offering increased “operational and strategic flexibility” to take advantage of a recovery in demand.
‘Why go to the Sahara when you can visit Kent?': ‘desert' life in Dungeness
Looking for transformative journeys near home, travel writer Nick Hunt found inspiration in a corner of south-east England The place that is sometimes called “England's only...