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 ➡️ 05:30: industry news 05:30 ➡️19:32: exclusive…

KUONI TUMLARE PARTNERS WITH SWITZERLAND TOURISM TO PROMOTE ‘SWISSTAINABLE’ TOURISM INITIATIVE

Travel group Kuoni Tumlare has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Switzerland Tourism aimed at the development and worldwide distribution of eco-friendly products under the country's 'Swisstainable' tourism initiative. In a fast-paced and ever-changing world where new trends and customers preferences emerge, the partnership between Kuoni Tumlare and Switzerland Touri reflects a commitment to…

SINGAPORE AIRLINES’ SPECTACULAR REVAMP OF LOUNGES AT CHANGI TERMINAL 3

May 31, 2022 marked the reopening of all Singapore Airlines lounges at Changi International Airport. With many innovative products and services as well as bigger facilities. Singapore Airlines' famed excellence in service is also reflected on the ground of its main hub of Changi in Singapore, of which lounges play a huge part. This is…

COSTA GROUP ESTABLISHES DECARBONISATION DEPARTMENT TO HIT ZERO EMISSION GOAL

Costa Group, part of the Carnival Corporation & plc, has announced the creation of a dedicated decarbonisation department within its Carnival Maritime unit based in Hamburg. The launch of this new department the company, which is behind the Costa Cruises and AIDA Cruises brands, aims to focus on its goal of zero emission cruising. The newly…

SENSEI TO OPEN ‘SPECTACULAR’ NEW WELLNESS RESORT IN CALIFORNIA

Sensei the leading wellness hospitality brand, has announced plans to launch its second retreat, Sensei Porcupine Creek in California. The company is known for leveraging technology to benefit health and delivering innovative evidenced-led wellness programme in breathtaking natural settings. The new Sensei Porcupine Creek retreat is a 93-ha ultra-luxury estate, nestled against the Santa Rosa…

HYATT APPOINTS JAVIER AGUILA AS NEW CEO FOR EUROPE AND THE MIDDLE-EAST

Javier Aguila has been named as the new CEO in charge of Europe and the Middle East for Hyatt. Javier Águila has also been appointed as the company's incoming group president EAME, following the planned retirement of Peter Fulton after an impressive 39-year career at Hyatt. Águila will officially assume the role in the next…

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT FUND INVESTS IN TANZANIA’S CULTURAL TOURISM WITH TRAINING PROGRAMMES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Tanzania is one country that is reaping the benefits of cultural tourism. Everything from local customs and traditions to cuisine and other cultural events have been highlighted as major draws for travellers around the world. The tourism industry is noted as being one of six priority sectors to receive grants from the Skills Development Fund,…

THAILAND REMOVES LAST HURDLES FOR FOREIGN TRAVELLERS

Thailand is gearing up to remove the last of the travel restrictions put in place for international travellers during the Covid-19 crisis, in a bid to boost the country's tourism sector. Thailand’s Centre of Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has approved the removal of the Thailand Pass registration scheme and an US$10,000 health insurance requirement for…

GROUNDBREAKING “PARALLEL REALITY” TECHNOLOGY COMING TO DELTA’S DETROIT AIR HUB

In partnership with Misapplied Sciences, Delta Air Lines is set to launch the first-ever "parallel reality" beta experience for customers at Detroit Metropolitan Airport later this month. This category-defining, new opt-in technology, exposed for the first time in 2020, allows up to 100 customers to simultaneously see personalised flight information tailored to their unique trip…

TRAVEL TO CUBA SET TO GET EASIER FOR AMERICANS WITH LIFTING OF FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS IN 12 CATEGORIES

Cuba is opening back up to Americans with the lifting of a number of flight restrictions that were introduced during the Trump administration. Former US President Donald Trump had prevented US airline flights and chartered flights from going to Cuban cities other than Havana during his presidency.The stated reason for the ban was to prevent…

EUROPEAN TRAVEL COMMISSION RESEARCH EXPLORES CONSUMER TRAVEL ATTITUDES AND EXPECTATIONS TO DRIVE RECOVERY

The European Travel Commission (ETC) has released its latest consumers' market study. Titled: “Exploring Consumer Travel Attitudes and Expectations to Drive Tourism Recovery”, the report shows the popularity of Europe to travellers. Travel restrictions are easing globally and the European tourism sector is already bouncing back from the Covid-19 pandemic, as countries are finally seeing…

CROATIA LAUNCHES NEW CAMPAIGN TO PROMOTE TOURISM HOTSPOTS TO 14 EUROPEAN MARKETS

The Croatian National Tourist Board (CNTB) has launched its brand new tourism campaign under the tagline: "Your Life, Your Time, Your Experience", which aims to encourage foreign travellers to visit Croatia during the upcoming summer months. The campaign, which will be active until the end of July, is being implemented in 14 European countries: Germany,…

ATPI EXPANDS OPERATIONS IN AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST

ATPI, the global travel and events management company, has announced it is expanding its presence in Africa and Europe with the appointment of four new network partners. Gabon, Rwanda, Liberia and Israel have been added to the company's global network taking the total number of countries it serves to 76. The Libreville, Gabon-based Omed Voyages…
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