Destinations International NewsBrief

Destinations International NewsBrief is your primary resource for destination industry news.

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In a move expected to boost the tourism industry in England, travelers who have received a full vaccine regimen in the U.S. or any of the EU countries will be permitted to enter England without the...
July 2021
As Europeans embark on their annual summer vacations, they are finding that some restaurants and hotels are still shuttered or operating at reduced hours, with many citing staff shortages, a lack of...
July 2021
According to new research from Longwoods International and Miles Partnership, a quarter of respondents indicated that they are postponing travel because of the recent increased spread of the delta...
July 2021
"It's highly likely that Safe Travels will be left in place throughout the rest of the year because it has effectively kept our travel-related cases down," said Lieutenant Governor Josh Green.
July 2021
As vaccinations ramp up and re-openings continue on a global scale, the hotel industry is eager to move past the coronavirus pandemic. But COVID-19 variants loom, labor shortages have decimated...
July 2021
As the 2020 Summer Olympics heat up in Tokyo, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Japanese tourism remains a focal point for locals and government officials.
July 2021
Marriott International has announced that it will launch an enhanced version of its human trafficking awareness training on July 30, the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons.
July 2021
As vaccination counts climb and many of the world's populations emerge from lockdown to greater degrees, it's evident that people are eager to travel again, but newly released data suggests that...
July 2021
Based on stronger than expected performance during the first quarter of 2021, plus encouraging economic and vaccination news, CBRE Hotels Research forecasts U.S. lodging demand will return to pre-...
July 2021
Don Welsh, CEO of Destinations International, has spent more than 35 years in travel and tourism, including a five-year stint as president and CEO of Choose Chicago where he and his team broke...
July 2021

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