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Guide to summer travel: Where to go, what to do — and whether to book at all

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As the coronavirus spreads across the globe, and travel disruptions — from visas cancellations to flight suspensions — increase by the day, many people are wondering what to do about their summer holidays, if anything at all. Will the situation be worse this summer — or better? Which countries will be safe? And is flying …

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Brace, Brace, Brace, and resilience: The global tourism industry should prepare for a major impact from Coronavirus

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The effects of coronavirus lead to a global crisis, disrupting economies around the world. It is a multidimensional issue that requires health and crisis management measures to tackle the spread of coronavirus. Governments and international organisations need to take immediate action to provide support to health systems that are under immense pressure. They also need …

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Emirates Offers Travellers Added Peace of mind

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Enhanced cleaning and disinfection on all aircraft from Dubai regardless of route Peace of mind on travel plans with fee waivers for booking changes Offers Skywards members ability to retain status with reduced tier travel requirement In response to the latest developments in the COVID-19 outbreak around the world, Emirates is taking extra steps that …

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Virtuoso’s expert advice on how to keep traveling in 2020, some hopes for people

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SYDNEY – COVID-19 has had a seismic impact on people’s travel aspirations – the holidays they have dreamed about, planned and booked. While those well-deserved breaks may seem to be swimming in uncertainty, Virtuoso says you should get some expert advice from the best travel advisors in the industry before you ditch your precious plans. “COVID-19 is …

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Philippines tourism sector to fight against coronavirus

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The Philippines Tourism sector recently announced their plan to introduce measures against the deadly coronavirus. Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, Minister of Tourism, Philippines unveiled a chain of measures that will be undertaken to prevent the constant downfall of revenue in the tourism sector due to the virus outbreak. Earlier it was reported that the country’s inbound tourism …

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New Attractions Galore in Singapore

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Singapore remains one of the top three outbound travel destinations for Indians. 15 cities in India have direct flights to Singapore. With such a high level of interest, Singapore has to continue to invest and reinvest in their products to remain attractive to especially repeat visitors. “Every few years, we have new attractions to showcase,” …

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USTOA prepares for Spring 2020 out-of-country Board meeting in Malta

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – Terry Dale, USTOA President & CEO, accompanied by Michelle Buttigieg, Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) representative North America, returned from a site inspection in preparation for USTOA’s 2020 Out-Of-Country Board Meeting April 25 – May 1 in Malta. The host hotel will be the five-star Corinthia Palace and Turkish Airlines is the official USTOA Malta Board Meeting air carrier. …

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