Destinations International NewsBrief

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

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Portugal's tourism industry is already feeling the impact of coronavirus even though it still has few local cases, with 60 percent of hotels in the southern Algarve region reporting cancellations and...
March 2020
The impact of the coronavirus is being felt on the Louisiana tourism industry, with at least three conferences being canceled and hundreds of people looking to postpone travel plans. Still, officials...
March 2020
With events around the world getting canceled and airlines facing billion-dollar losses, the overall impact of Covid-19 can't be denied. If you have clients asking about travel to Mexico, here is an...
March 2020
WHO has defined four transmission scenarios for COVID-19: Countries with no cases (No cases); Countries with 1 or more cases, imported or locally detected (Sporadic cases); Countries experiencing...
March 2020
"I am a money whisperer," announced Sandra McLemore. "You shouldn't be afraid to make lots of money." Speaking at a morning breakout session of Travel MarketPlace West in Vancouver, the travel...
March 2020
Some winery operators are changing course on one of the biggest wine event weekends in Walla Walla amid growing concerns over the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Cayuse Vineyards has said it will cancel...
March 2020
Destination Cleveland will continue to work on improving the perception of the city, one visitor at a time, but the visiting bureau/destination marketing organization will also spend 2020 generating...
February 2020
Luxury travel is changing as sustainability comes front and center for the $8.8 trillion travel industry, a sector responsible for one in 10 jobs globally, according to the World Travel...
February 2020
As an extension of Visit California’s California Road Trip Republic “Born to Be Wild” commercial that launched in late 2019, consumer action agency Mering has created unique digital experiences...
February 2020

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