Let’s take a look at what has happened around the world in the last month as people have been preparing to welcome Christmas and a new year of hope.
After nine months of social distancing, mask-wearing, nasal swabs, and quarantining, it seems like hope is finally on the horizon.
As Christmas and New Year holidays approach, most Asian countries like Korea, Singapore, Thailand, and Indonesia grappled with surging numbers of coronavirus cases as Christmas and new year…
Despite the arrival of promising vaccines and an undeniable sense of pandemic fatigue, travel seems to be slipping back into hibernation.
The Australian Department of Health is sticking to its advice that Australian's will not see a vaccine for COVID-19 until at least March 2021, as the US allows emergency approval of the…
Emirates has re-launched its Dubai Connect offer which gives customers transiting through its hub a complimentary hotel stay in Dubai.
Air Asia’s Tony Fernandes expects countries in Asia to demand Covid-19 vaccinations as a requirement for inbound travel.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged governments to begin careful planning with industry stakeholders to ensure full preparedness when vaccines for COVID-19 are approved…
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says the Australian domestic sector has had a massive bounce back, but fears for the future of international travel recovery.
Among the many methods to immigrate to Canada, the most popular is the federal skilled worker program.
A new trend has emerged in the Pattaya tourism sector. As more and more Bangkok residents are traveling to the eastern seaboard for short term holidays, family resort homes are becoming…
The number of destinations closed to international tourism has continued to fall.
Emirates expect to receive its first Airbus A380 with a new premium economy cabin by the end of the year.
When will covid-19 vaccines be making their way to the public? If air cargo is any indication, perhaps the answer to both questions is sooner than you think.
IATA (the International Air Transport Association) launches a digital platform to ease virus testing and travel.