Amid the rollout of the vaccine, an increase in the percentage of travellers in every age group over 60 has been witnessed
With international travel set to resume from as soon as 17 May for those living in England and as rollout of the British vaccination programme continues in Anguilla, the British Caribbean…
As a result of the vaccine rollout, the percentage of US adults feeling safe staying in a hotel and flying improves to reach highest levels since April 2020, reveals Deloitte survey
Hotel giant Marriott International has now appointed Anthony “Tony” Capuano as chief executive officer and Stephanie Linnartz as president of the group
The results of a trivago survey reveal significant desires to travel, including what consumers would give up, what they’d like to do and where they’d like to go, as well as why they’d like…
This Bahamas resort is offering complimentary stays and dining credits for travellers who test Covid positive
Baha Mar’s Travel with Confidence programme pledges that should a resort guest test positive during their stay, Baha Mar will provide courtesy suite accommodations for 14 days in quarantine
Cruise lines have yet to officially cancel Alaska sailings for 2021, even though a cruise ship ban announced last week by Canada will make most of them unviable.
The Latin American unit of Indian hotel startup Oyo Corp. has ended its joint venture with the SoftBank Latin America Fund, less than six months after they struck a partnership in the region
Canada is extending its ban on cruise ships through February 2022 because of Covid-19, effectively shutting down popular summer trips to Alaska for another year
Expedia Partner Solutions, unlocking the power of Expedia Group for partners globally, announced it will extend its package rates to all Expedia TAAP partners, as well as guarantee the…
Intrepid Travel’s non-profit The Intrepid Foundation, in partnership with the NGO MEDLIFE, has delivered meals to over 350 families in Peru’s Sacred Valley
New research from online travel marketplace, KOALA, reveals the most in-demand future vacation destinations for American citizens and how they differ from state to state
American Airlines warned employees last Wednesday of possible layoffs in April.
With an eye toward the future, Carnival Cruise Line broke ground on the space which will eventually be home to its newest ship, Carnival Celebration.
Antigua’s is making it easy for Brits to do their business on the beach with its newly unveiled ‘business on the beach’ campaign
Meliá Hotels International has announced that it will offer free on-site COVID antigen testing for all guests, in its ten hotels in Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
Passengers flying to the US will be tested for COVID-19 before boarding a flight into the country, and they would need to undergo quarantine upon arrival
The government of the Dominican Republic is taking measures to strengthen the capacity of the destination to respond to the entry requirements of source markets