During the virtual Annual General Meeting held on Saturday, October 17, 2020, Skål International Elections took place and delegates voted their new Executive Board for 2021:
Under the new visa exemption agreement, citizens of both the UAE and Israel will be allowed to enter the countries without having to apply for a visa first
New Zealand has announced that it will pay travel agencies 7.5% of all refunds and 5% of credits successfully secured on behalf of consumers to help the travel and tourism sector
Starting November 9, Singapore Airlines will return to New York when it launches non-stop flights between Singapore and John F. Kennedy International Airport.
The country is reportedly toying with the idea of reopening for international tourists in spring 2021 ahead of the once postponed Tokyo Olympic Games.
Goa tourism department has issued a ‘safety and hygiene guide’, detailing SOPs and guidelines with measures to be adopted by operators in the state
In his first public appearance since being named British Airways’ new CEO last week, Sean Doyle gave the keynote address at Airlines 2050: Beyond the Crisis
Dubai has now unveiled a new annual programme for overseas professionals working remotely due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic
Tourism Authority of Thailand has launched the new ‘Amazing Thailand, The Healthy Journey’ campaign, targetting travellers from Southeast and South Asia seeking medical and wellness services
Following the reopening of Balearic Islands to international tourists, the city of Palma is repositioning itself as a go-to work-hub destination, where travellers can work and be in a dream…
The CommonPass system, backed by the World Economic Forum (WEF), is designed to create a common international standard for passengers to demonstrate they do not have coronavirus
Panel of creditors to Jet Airways has approved a resolution plan for the bankrupt airline
AirAsia X has run out of money and needs to raise up to MYR 500 million (USD 120.60 million) to restart the airline
There continues to be an appetite to travel to both the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands as long as reliable safety measures are guaranteed.
As Thailand will welcome its first batch of tourists at the end of the month, the country is reportedly in talks with China to exempt Chinese tourists from the required 14-day quarantine by…