CRUISE LINES READY TO SET SAIL AFTER THE PANDEMIC – WITH CHANGES

Michael Trout -
Currently, the number one worry of cruise lines is to know how long it will take for restrictions to be lifted, but they also acknowledge that the COVID-19 crisis will represent big changes for the fu ...

TOURISM IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN IS THE LEAST AFFECTED BY THE PANDEMIC

Nils Kraus -
According to the WTTC Global Economic Impact Trends report, the COVID-19 pandemic in Latin America and the Caribbean resulted in a 42.4% decline in travel and tourism GDP in 2020. ...

ABORTION TOURISM TO GROW IN UKRAINE DUE TO POLAND’S BAN Video

In October, Poland restricted abortions, even in cases where fetal defects, diseases or abnormalities occur. Ukraine, on the other hand, allows legal terminations between 12 and 24 weeks. An increase ...

TUNISIAN TOURISM TARGETS 9 MILLION TOURISTS

William Law -
The record of 9 million tourists is still the target of Tunisian Tourism Minister, René Trabelsi. In the meantime, the results reported are in line with the forecasts so far. At the end of last Septem ...

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 ...