QUEBEC HOTEL INDUSTRY - NO RETURN TO NORMAL UNTIL 2025

Justin N. Froyd -
The travel and hospitality industry will take years to return to full capacity once the COVID-19 pandemic is over. While 2020 was shaping up to be a record year for the Quebec hotel industry, the sect...

U.S. TOURISM: DEMAND FOR ESTA WILL DROP BY ABOUT 80%

Larry Brain -
While the toughest part is still to come for the United States, the tourism industry is already thinking about the aftermath of the pandemic and anticipates a sharp drop in U.S. tourism revenues....

CORONAVIRUS – TOURISM AND LUXURY ARE THE MOST AFFECTED

Nik Fes -
The outbreak of the new respiratory virus that has spread through China – and that might have reached the U.S., where a traveler has already been diagnosed in Seattle – has also infected the stock mar...

THE U.S. SUFFERS FROM DROUGHT OF INTERNATIONAL VISITORS

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A large number of U.S. beaches, hotels and casinos nationwide are filling up again as COVID-19 vaccination rates climb and closure orders are lifted. But this summer season is being driven almost enti...

HOTEL BOOKINGS CONFIRM THE GLOBAL TRAVEL RECOVERY TRENDS

Anna Luebke -
Since the outbreak of the pandemic, hoteliers have had to rethink many aspects of their business in order to implement new safety measures, adapt to the changing needs of tourists and survive in an ex...
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