Heathrow calls for further reopening of travel

Heathrow welcomed just 536,000 passengers in April, down 92 per cent from the pre-pandemic figure of 6.2 million recorded in...
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Heathrow calls for further reopening of travel

Thailand COVID-19 Situation as of 11 May, 2021, 12.30 Hrs.

COVID-19 Daily Vaccinations Total Number of People Vaccinated: 1,898,454 People Received 1st Dose Today: +69,552 People Received 2nd Dose Today:...
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Thailand COVID-19 Situation as of 11 May, 2021, 12.30 Hrs.

JOIN MR MOTIVATOR’S TRAVEL INDUSTRY EXERCISE CLASS

Travel industry staff are invited to lace up their trainers, stretch off and have some fun alongside the loveable fitness...
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JOIN MR MOTIVATOR’S TRAVEL INDUSTRY EXERCISE CLASS

KUONI TO OFFER COVID TEST PACKAGES ‘BY END OF THE WEEK’

Speaking as part of a panel in the latest TTG Debate, held in the wake of the government’s publication of its...
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KUONI TO OFFER COVID TEST PACKAGES ‘BY END OF THE WEEK’

Gulf Air Begins IATA Travel Pass Trial on Athens, London and Singapore Flights

Passengers now traveling on Gulf Air flights from Bahrain to Athens, London and Singapore will be able to use the IATA Travel Pass to store their pre-departure Covid-19 PCR...
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Gulf Air Begins IATA Travel Pass Trial on Athens, London and Singapore Flights

JA Resorts reaches historic milestone in Dubai

JA Resorts & Hotels is celebrating 40-years of operation in the United Arab Emirates this year, having first opened both...
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JA Resorts reaches historic milestone in Dubai

AIRLINES AND OPERATORS SET OUT ‘GREEN LIST’ PROGRAMMES

AIRLINES AND OPERATORS SET OUT 'GREEN LIST' PROGRAMMES 10 MAY 2021BY JAMES CHAPPLE A number of the UK’s major airlines and...
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AIRLINES AND OPERATORS SET OUT ‘GREEN LIST’ PROGRAMMES

Business travel associations support proposal from the EC to lift restrictions on non-essential travel for vaccinated persons

An international group of Business Travel Associations welcome the proposal released by the European Commission earlier this week to ease restrictions on...
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Business travel associations support proposal from the EC to lift restrictions on non-essential travel for vaccinated persons

Riskified and IATA announce new strategic partnership

Riskified, a leading fraud prevention solution provider announced a strategic partnership with the International Air Transport Association (IATA). With this partnership, IATA...
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Riskified and IATA announce new strategic partnership

IATA welcomes G20 push to restart tourism

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the agreement by the G20 Tourism Ministers to support the safe restoration of mobility by...
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IATA welcomes G20 push to restart tourism
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JA Resorts reaches historic milestone in Dubai

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May 10, 2021

Dusit International Introduces New Wellness Concept

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May 9, 2021

Qatar Airways Privilege Club offers more new ways to earn and spend Qmiles with Hotel & Car Rewards

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May 9, 2021

HTNG, in partnership with the Hotel Electronic Distribution Network Association (HEDNA) and the OpenTravel Alliance, publishes a set of guidelines to communicate COVID-19 related protocols and policies to their guests during the booking process. Hotel companies, along with their distribution partners, came together to create codes designed to enable clarity and transparency for a traveler’s journey. Although much of this information has been created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the specific protocols and policy changes may be used well beyond the pandemic. HTNG’s Travel Safe Workgroup’s published guidelines introduce new codes to the OpenTravel Code List to enable the sharing of these protocols and services through the distribution channels that hospitality properties commonly use. The Travel Safe Guidelines supplement the American Hotel & Lodging Association’s (AHLA’s) Safe Stay initiative, which helps create peace of mind for both guests and employees by enhancing the hotel industry’s already rigorous cleaning and safety guidelines. The Safe Stay guidelines, which were developed with the help of outside industry experts such as Ecolab, the Infectious Diseases Society of America and the Association for Linen Management, have been broadly endorsed by hospitality leaders in all 50 states and Canada, and have been reviewed by the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC). These guidelines bring a new level of transparency and confidence to the entire hotel experience and focus on enhanced hotel cleaning practices, social interactions and workplace protocols to meet the new health and safety challenges and expectations presented by COVID-19. This publication of the Travel Safe Guidelines features aggregated guidance from HTNG member organizations, the CDC, the World Health Organization (WHO) and their regional and global counterparts, allowing updates where necessary to provide guidance and direction in the use of codes and their detailed descriptions. HTNG’s Travel Safe Workgroup was led by Co-chairs Ahren Starr of Marriott International and Jodie Gibson.

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May 9, 2021

Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai management to change hands

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May 8, 2021

Hyatt reports First-Quarter 2021 results

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