Destinations International NewsBrief

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"I do empathize with the Australians who have been denied the opportunity to travel overseas this year," Tourism Minister Dan Tehan said during a talk that was organized by the National Press Club of...
September 2021
The Subcommittee on Tourism, Trade, and Export Promotion held a hearing on "Legislative Solutions to Revive Travel and Tourism and Create Jobs," which included testimony on its Omnibus Travel and...
September 2021
Discover Puerto Rico launched an initiative called Live Out, designed to strengthen the destination's commitment to the LGBTQ community and to raise awareness of Puerto Rico as a destination where...
September 2021
U.S. officials have not ruled out a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for air travelers, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the longtime director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said Sunday.
September 2021
Despite the lingering pandemic, Louisville Tourism booked 122 events from Memorial Day to Labor Day resulting in 125,361 room nights and $117 million in estimated economic impact.
September 2021
Airbnb is announcing a new three-year commitment in South Africa to address barriers to becoming a tourism entrepreneur, and to help rebuild a more inclusive and resilient domestic tourism economy.
September 2021
While Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal often steal the spotlight, Canada is dotted with its fair share of delightful, laid-back towns. From charming fishing villages in the east to atmospheric...
September 2021
The busy summer travel period has come to a close but the start of fall signals the arrival of shoulder season, an opportune time when travelers with flexibility can find excellent deals on autumn...
September 2021
The U.S. announced a new international air travel system Monday, opening travel for all vaccinated foreign nationals in early November, including those currently impacted by the U.S. travel ban.
September 2021
For the first time ever, Tourism Montréal, Ottawa Tourism, and Destination Toronto join forces to encourage visitors to explore these popular destinations with a new campaign, "City Friends with...
September 2021

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