InsideJapan Tours relaunching itineraries in July
The company will be among the first tour operators to restart operations under Japan's latest reopening guidelines.
11 days ago - Travel Weekly
Help! It's Been More Than 2 Years and I Still Don't Have the Refund
Our columnist has received many reader emails complaining of tour operators and travel agencies dragging their feet on refunds for trips or other services. He investigates a...
13 days ago - NYT
Four Ways To Make Your Holiday Fun And Luxurious
Those who prefer the finer things in life would be naive not to indulge in luxury travel. Not only has this kind of travel stayed surprisingly resilient in the face of a global...
13 days ago - Just one Way Ticket
Design-Led Mamaka by Ovolo Bali Now Open to Guests
In May 2022, Indonesia dropped its COVID-19 testing requirements for inbound vaccinated travelers, and no longer requires visitors to wear masks outdoors. Hotel and tour...
17 days ago - Global Traveler
News: USTOA makes statement on lift of US pre-departure Covid testing
Terry Dale, president & CEO of the United States Tour Operators Association has welcomed the US announcement of its lifting requirement for pre-departure COVID-19 testing.
18 days ago - Breaking Travel News
Hawaii's tourism industry is a key advocate for reef-safe sunscreen
Hotels and tour operators on the Islands are often the first to educate visitors about how switching sunscreens can benefit marine ecosystems.
19 days ago - Travel Weekly
Tour operators proceed slowly as Japan reopens to groups
Details of reopening plans have been vague, and questions remain about who is eligible to operate group tours and what's required of operators.
28 days ago - Travel Weekly
Tour operators await details about eased Cuba travel restrictions
They were pleased that the Biden administration plans to bring back group travel in the people-to-people category and allow charter and commercial flights to Cuban cities other...
1 month ago - Travel Weekly
Who was there for you in the pandemic?
After travel shut down in 2020, slightly less than half of tour operators offered refunds in addition to future travel credits. Are advisors rewarding them for that option as...
1 month ago - Travel Weekly
News: Jamaica welcomes scores of travel trade professionals at ATM 2022
High profile visitors including leading tour operators, travel agents, aviation partners, industry stakeholders as well as members of the press visited the stand to meet with...
1 month ago - Breaking Travel News - 5 articles
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News: KLM repays remainder of loan to Dutch government
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will be repaying the final portion of €277 million of the loans secured from the Dutch government and the banks in 2020. KLM borrowed a total of €942...
The 50 best beaches in the world for 2022 revealed
The annual ranking of the 50 best beaches in the world declares a spot in Costa Rica as No.1. Read on for the ultimate inspiration for your next beach holiday...
ASTA makes advocacy gains on Legislative Day
The Society has added 11 cosponsors for two congressional bills it has championed.
Sebastian Coe Talks Olympics, Leadership at Inaugural TEAMS Europe
The value of sport in communities and how staging events such as the Olympic and Paralympic SummerGames can have a catalytic effect on improving them was one of the key...
Tourism Veteran Don Staley Starting New Company, SNAP
Don Staley has more than 40 years of sports tourism experience, and now he's sharing it through his new company. The former University of Alabama and Radford University soccer...
Gran Fondo National Series Returns to Asheville in 2022
For the second year, the Gran Fondo National Series will hold the annual Gran Fondo Asheville, presented by Applewood Manor, cycling event, which includes the official USA...
Workers at Airports Have Had It
Across Europe, airport and other transport employees are striking, disrupting summer travel plans to demand better staffing and pay.
Why the Travel Desk is Ending Its Pandemic Tip Sheet
With air travel approaching prepandemic levels, the Travel desk is saying goodbye to a project it started over two years ago.
What to Know About Flight Delays and Cancellations This Summer
Going into the Fourth of July weekend, with nearly 13 million people expected to fly on U.S. carriers, we look at the numbers behind the delays and cancellations and see what...
News: Holland America Line sees surge in demand for Alaska cruising
With pent-up demand and the U.S. Independence Day approaching, Holland America Line is reporting a surge in interest for Alaska.