According to the WTTC, the Caribbean Travel & Tourism sector has the fastest recovery in the world.
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UNWTO, WTTC & WTM Ministers’ summit will address tourism’s sustainable future.
The official World Tourism Day 2021 was celebrated in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire with the participation of tourism ministers from 12 countries.
According to STR, the hotel industry continues to regain occupancy in India.
According to the UNWTO, international travel is largely on hold despite uptick in May 2021.
U.S. Travel Association issued the statement on Extended Border Restrictions with Canada, Mexico.
U.S. Travel Association Executive Vice President of Public Affairs and Policy has issued the statement on the approval of the Restoring Brand USA Act.
According to STR data through 10 July, hotel occupancy rates in the US market are improving week after week.
Colliers report confirms New Zealand Hotel sector continues its pathway to recovery in the YTD 30 June 2021.
World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) published Economic Trends Report, revealing the dramatic impact of COVID-19 on worldwide Travel & Tourism.
According to Amadeus, there is a significant increase in booked occupancy for the Independence Day Holiday weekend compared to 2020.
According to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), the UK will lose up to GBP639 million per day during July if international travel remains off limits.
The World Travel & Tourism Council has revealed in its annual Economic Impact Report (EIR) the damage caused by COVID-19 to Japan’s Travel & Tourism sector, resulting in a loss of USD138 billion from the country’s economy.
The World Tourism Organization and its Members will work with the African Union and the private sector to promote Brand Africa with the aim to establish a new narrative for tourism across the continent.
The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) is calling for world leaders of the G7 countries to lead conversations for a seamless return of international travel to boost the global economic recovery.
Over half a million UK Travel & Tourism jobs could be lost if significant international travel remains off limits this summer
Up to half a million jobs could be lost in the UK Travel & Tourism sector if the government fails to significantly reopen international travel as soon as possible, the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) warned.
WTTC Data Shows U.S. Maintains Position as Biggest Travel & Tourism Market Despite Suffering 41% Slide in GDP
Latest data from the World Travel & Tourism Council shows the U.S. maintained its position as the largest global Travel & Tourism market, despite suffering a huge 41% fall in GDP last year.
The World Tourism Organization unites with tourism ministers in the Americas to relaunch tourism in the region
Minister of Tourism David Collado along with 15 more ministers and vice ministers of tourism of the Americas established partnership agreements and procedures for relaunching tourism in the region in a meeting called by the World Tourism Organization and led in its inauguration by Luis Abinader, President of Dominican Republic.
The Global Business Travel Association issued the findings from its 18th COVID-19 poll assessing the impact of the pandemic and the road to recovery for the business travel industry.
Peru was the most affected by the pandemic with a 73% drop in international visitors, followed by Venezuela (71%) and Ecuador (70%) Chile was the least affected with international tourists falling by 25% followed by Argentina (27%) and Colombia (30%) GlobalData projects South America’s International tourism market will not reach pre-pandemic levels until at least 2022