4# Recovery & Market Outlook for Tourism in Europe and the Czech Republic

What are the challenges of tourism development in Europe? How is the tourism industry recovering from the various events? This month we welcome Jan Herget, CEO of CzechTourism, who tells us about the latest trends in European tourism and his expectations for the future. Time-stamped show notes 00:00 ➑️ 05:30: industry news 05:30 ➑️19:32: exclusive…

Malaysia gives new impetus to its tourism industry following MOC with Emirates

With Malaysia reopening its borders to the world without any restrictions, the country is again getting active on international markets. Bringing tourists from all over the world will be facilitated with the recent Memorandum of Collaboration (MOC) signed with Dubai-based carrier Emirates Airlines. Malaysia pulled the plug on most Covid-19 travel restrictions for fully vaccinated…

ENIT relaunches Italy’s image with brand ambassadors

The Italian Tourism Promotions Board ENIT, together with the country's Ministry of Tourism, have recently unveiled a new image campaign aimed at boosting international arrivals to Italy. With a clear objective to rapidly reach numbers seen prior to the Covid crisis. Italy's new slogan is "Discover the Italy you didn't know". ENIT and Italy's Ministry…

Travel around Germany for €9 by train and public transport from June 1st

Starting June 1st, Germany proposes a €9 ticket to any passenger using regional public transport. With this offer, the German government aims to reduce oil consumption by inciting users to switch from private car to public transport. The special price will be valid until the end of August... The €9-Ticket initiative has been decided by…

BALI WELCOMES AGAIN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES

Bali is again accessible with the lifting of restrictions for fully vaccinated travellers. International airlines are back and European travellers can expect better connections via Singapore or the Middle-East. Since the gradual lifting of Covid-related travel restrictions for travellers going to Bali, international flights are returning to the island. Singapore Airlines was the first carrier…

Nobu Hospitality continues European expansion with new hotel launch in Madrid

Luxury hotel and restaurant brand Nobu Hospitality has announced the opening of its fifth offering in Spain in the capital city of Madrid. Nobu Hotel Madrid is located in the heart of the Cortes district, between Plaza de Cibeles and Puerta del Sol. The hotel will feature a three-level Nobu restaurant and bar, a rooftop…

NORTH AMERICA TO REACH US$3.1 TRILLION TRAVEL AND TOURISM GDP IN NEXT 10 YEARS

North America's travel and tourism GDP is set to reach $3.1 trillion by 2032, according to the latest data by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). The latest Economic Impact Report released on May 16 predicts that the sector will grow at an average annual rate of 3.9% over the next decade.This places the…

ISTANBUL, NEW HUB FOR THE ARTS AND THE CREATIVE INDUSTRY IN EUROPE AND THE ORIENT

Istanbul is turning into one of the most dynamic cities in Europe for the arts and the creative industries. All over the town, new museums are taking shape accompanied by the emergence of new districts. The two most iconic development projects being for now the Galataport complex as well as the Tersane Istanbul Project. Both…

Sports ETA in the USA releases its 2021 “State of the Industry” report

US-based Sports ETA released its annual State of the Industry report which shows that sport events generated US$39.7 billion spending impact generating a total economic impact of close to US$92 billion for the United States, despite the pandemic. Sports ETA is the only trade association for the sports events and tourism industry in the USA.…

TripActions launches a well-being dashboard for business travellers on the move again

TripActions launches a dashboard to help businesses monitor employee well-being, as business travel is resuming and growing rapidly again in 2022. Pressure on travellers' mental health is increasing following a 2-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic as many companies want to making up for lost time, according to the US-based management solution. Employee well-being…

Sarawak’s iconic festivals are finally back!

Sarawak in Malaysian Borneo gets prepared to welcome two of its most famous festivals in June: the Rainforest World Music Festival and the Borneo Jazz Festival. Two events which show that tourism is back in this authentic corner of northwestern Borneo Island. Sarawak is deeply associated with a unique festival event: The Rainforest World Music…

Dubai International Airport sees air traffic recovery accelerating in 2022

Dubai International Airport authorities raised their forecasts for 2022. They now foresee a total of 58.3 million passengers by the end of the year -instead of an earlier projection of 57 million passengers. Dubai International Airport (DXB) has recorded the busiest quarter since 2020 with 13.6m passengers in Q1 2022, indicating that traffic recovery is…

JORDAN BOOSTS ITS AIR CONNECTIVITY IN 2022

With new routes scheduled through WizzAir, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines and of course the national airline, Royal Jordanian, Jordan is boosting its appeal to foreign visitors. In partnership with the Jordan Tourism Board (JTB), the Jordanian government has been looking at ways to boost the country's appeal to international travellers. With a host of new…
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