CHINESE TOURISTS ARE FINALLY ALLOWED TO TRAVEL. WILL THEY REALLY?

Denise Chen -
Chinese tourists are the most likely to go out of their country and they are also the ones who spend the most. In 2019 - the last year before Covid-19 - 155 million Chinese went on holiday abroad. The ...

GERMAN TRAVEL GIANT’S PROFITS GROW, CRITICS POINT OUT GREEDFLATION

Nik Fes -
German travel giant, TUI, has reported record revenue for the financial year that ended in September. This was due to a successful summer for hoteliers, airlines, and car rental companies in Spain, Tu ...

AIRBUS OVERTAKES BOEING AND EXCEEDS ITS 2023 ANNUAL AIRCRAFT DELIVERY

Kevin Eagan -
Airbus announced that it has exceeded its annual aircraft delivery target by delivering 735 aircraft to 87 customers in 2023. This number is higher than the initial target of 720 aircraft and represen ...

MAURITIUS TOURISM: FIGURES OF DISCORD

Samuel Dorsi -
Tourists did not rush to the gate when the Mauritius borders were partially reopened on July 15. With approximately 1,500 reservations until the end of September in the 14 hotels that were opened in M ...

KAZAKHSTAN OPENS UP BY EXPANDING VISA-FREE COUNTRIES

Ashley Nault -
Kazakhstan has taken a significant step towards opening its doors to foreign tourists. The country has announced its plan to expand the number of visa-free countries to one hundred. This move comes as ...