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  • Nearly 200,000 travel jobs lost or at risk due to pandemic, trade body warns
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    Nearly 200,000 travel jobs lost or at risk due to pandemic, trade body warns

    Nearly 200,000 UK travel jobs have been lost or are at risk due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to new analysis. Travel trade organisation Abta, which released the figure, called on the Government to provide tailored financial support for the sector and to safely restart international travel. More than 526,000 people across the country were employed in the travel industry before the outbreak of the virus, the organisation said. It warned that 57% of small and medium-sized travel agent firms claim they do not have the cash to survive more than three months based on current trading conditions and Government […] More

  • Greece sees a rise in tourism after reopening
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    Greece sees a rise in tourism after reopening

    Greece is one of the most sought-after destinations in the world. The beautiful Mediterranean has always been romanced by travellers across the world. Greece was one of the first destinations to reopen its doors for travel, and it has now seen a surge in tourism. The charming destination has picked up on tourism in the month of May as numerous travellers flock to its cities and towns for a memorable summer vacation. According to the Civil Aviation Authority of Greece, international arrivals went up more than 25 fold in the month of May. Last year the international arrivals number was […] More

  • WTTC seeks to limit role of single-use plastics in tourism
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    WTTC seeks to limit role of single-use plastics in tourism

    The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) have launched a new report addressing the complex issue of single-use plastic products within tourism. The work comes as countries around the world begin to reopen and the travel sector starts to show signs of recovery from the devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The report is a first step to mapping single-use plastic products across the whole tourism value chain, identifying hotspots for environmental leakages and providing practical and strategic recommendations for businesses and policymakers. It is intended to help stakeholders take collective steps towards […] More

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    Accor Becomes Platinum Partner of International LGBTQ+ Travel Association

    (16 Jun 2021) Accor has partnered with the International LGBTQ+ Travel Association (IGLTA), a leading member-based global organisation dedicated to advancing LGBTQ+ tourism. The collaboration is the first step in demonstrating the new pillar within Accor’s Diversity & Inclusion commitment: to increase momentum in welcoming and valuing LGBTQ+ team members, clients and communities. “We have long admired Accor’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion and are thrilled to expand our relationship to an integrated, year-round approach to advancing LGBTQ+ travel,” said, John Tanzella, President/CEO, IGLTA. “Accor’s commitment to creating safe, welcoming experiences for LGBTQ+ travelers and to championing diversity within […] More

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    Canadian Affair and American Affair launch trade giveaway

    News. All · Travel Agents · Tour Operators · Cruise · Air · Accommodation … The sister tour operators have enlisted more than 75 travel agencies stores, … Agents will be in with the chance of winning a selection of Canadian and … To be in with a chance of winning the top prize – a place on Canadian … Read further. More

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    SAF Group Orders Three More Airbus H145s

    (16 Jun 2021) SAF Group has ordered three more five-bladed H145s for emergency medical services (EMS) in France. The three helicopters will be based in Grenoble, Valence, and Montpellier. They will complement the three H145s already ordered by SAF in 2018 and 2020, the first of which was delivered recently and will be deployed for EMS missions in Belgium. Tristan Serretta, SAF Group’s CEO, said, “Introducing six new H145s in France and Belgium in just twelve months is in line with our strategy to increase the capacity of the growing number of EMS services that place their trust in us. […] More

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    Finnair Launches New Ticket Type; Renews Other Tickets

    (16 Jun 2021) Finnair launched a totally new ticket and renewed its other ticket types on Tuesday. Customers can now choose from three ticket types – Light, Classic and Flex – available for both Business and Economy Class on all short-haul and most intercontinental journeys. When booking a ticket, customers select the travel class experience they prefer and the level of flexibility for making reservation changes – along with some additional services included in the ticket. The rest of the experience can be tailored with a selection of ‘extras’. “There is an increasing need to personalise the travel experience, and […] More

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