Destinations International NewsBrief

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Leading location data company Arrivalist is forecasting that just over 103 million Americans will travel via automobile this year during the Christmas and New Year's holidays (December 22 through...
December 2021
The governor of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo said the popular tourism destination remains safe and secure for visitors despite a new warning from the U.S. government.
December 2021
SRI Executive Chairman Adam Stewart discusses expanding Caribbean resorts to support the return of travel, embracing future industry pros and tourism as an ecosystem.
December 2021
Nearly two years into the pandemic and the crisis has spawned its own set of myths and urban legends throughout the travel industry. Planning for the future of travel requires a firm, data-driven...
December 2021
The British government will remove all 11 countries from its COVID-19 travel red list from Wednesday because there is now community transmission of omicron in Britain, Health Secretary Sajid Javid...
December 2021
An executive order issued by U.S. President Joe Biden will direct the State Department to make passports renewable online.
December 2021
AAA estimates more than 109 million Americans will travel over the long Christmas and New Year’s week—a number approaching the pre-pandemic record 119 million travelers of Christmas 2019.
December 2021
Canada's ban on travelers from southern African countries and its refusal to recognize these countries' PCR tests, aimed at preventing the spread of the coronavirus Omicron variant, is an obstacle...
December 2021
At least you can see hurricanes coming. new Omicron variant did more than prompt governments to quickly close borders and tighten Covid-19-related travel restrictions. It signaled that health...
December 2021
Eighty-six percent of hotels say that supply chain disruptions are having a moderate or significant impact on operations, according to a November survey of some 500 members of the American Hotel...
December 2021

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