Destinations International NewsBrief

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

With information gathered from leading sources, the weekly publication aims to tackle today's more pressing industry issues. Destination International's NewsBrief includes the latest from the travel and tourism industry including news on specific destination organizations and leading professionals, tools and trends such as best practices and technology, and important association updates from Destinations International.

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A recent study found that nearly three out of four American travelers would prefer to hit the road this summer instead of fly to their destination. According to a survey conducted by OnePoll on...
May 2019
In April the Faroe Islands welcomed 100 volunteers from around the world to help repair and future-proof some of its most popular tourist spots.
May 2019
Discover Puerto Rico set a short-term goal to drive a record pace for recovery and reach pre-Maria levels by the hurricane's two-year anniversary. Based on the 2019 Q1 results, Discover Puerto Rico...
May 2019
With the U.K. (and continental Europe) gripped in Brexit uncertainty, the travel industry is having to put contingency plans in place to ensure business as usual for the millions of domestic and...
May 2019
In its campaign “Unhashtag Vienna,” the Vienna Tourism Board illustrates how we experience the world around us while playfully urging travelers to ditch their smartphones and experience the city in a...
May 2019
California’s tourism industry is healthy, according to a new economic impact report that concentrated on three segments: travel-related spending, employment, and state and local tax revenues.
May 2019
Americans think destination weddings are expensive, to the point where many would choose to skip the event altogether, according to a 1,500-person survey from Allianz Global Assistance.
May 2019
Europe’s rapid rate of tourism growth looks set to slow down over the course of 2019 as fears of a global economic slowdown and political uncertainty start to bite.
May 2019
Through this program, planners sign one master contract for hotels in the city across multiple brands, which outlines terms such as force majeure, indemnification and how cut-off dates are...
May 2019
The latest update from U.S. Travel’s monthly Travel Trends Index shows that while domestic tourism demand increased 2.8 percent year-over-year in March, international travel to the U.S. slowed by a...
May 2019

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