EGYPT’S TOURISM IN REVIVAL WITH A NEW E-VISA ON THE WAY

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Over the last five years, Egypt’s tourism industry has been stagnating due to a series of misfortunes ranging from fierce competition between locals to major airline disasters to terrorist attacks, an...

HARD TIME FOR AIRLINES: OVER 10 MILLION SEATS THREATENED IN EUROPE

Larry Brain -
Faced with an unprecedented corona crisis, the tourism industry is severely affected with one thing in particular topping the list: the airlines. Having seen the planes gradually empty, carriers could...

BRUSSELS: STRATEGY AGAINST THE TRANSIT TOURISM

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Tourists come to Brussels to enjoy its historical heritage, taste the legendary Belgian beer or discover the European institutions. However, the city does not seem to attract long-stay tourism: most v...

EUROPEAN TOURISM OWNED BY CHINESE INVESTORS MORE AND MORE

Andrea Hausold -
Companies from China buy European hotels, airlines and travel portals more than ever before. European tourism is booming despite the economic slowdown....

BAD NEWS: MOST TRAVELERS NOT TO BE COMPENSATED FOR FLIGHT DELAYS

Richard Moor -
The European Union intends to redefine the terms of EU Directive 261/2004 which governs the compensation paid in the event of flight delays or cancellations. Airlines would be the big winners, to the ...