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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If Brand USA is any example, it seems that tourism is one of the few issues that all sides in Washington D.C. can agree on. Congress passed a seven-year extension of funding for the U.S.’s...
January 2020
Throughout the week we post dozens of original stories, connecting the dots across the travel industry, and every weekend we sum it all up. This weekend roundup examines tourism trends.
January 2020
Skip-gen travel, the new buzzword for grandparents and grandkids traveling together without the parents, is nothing new. What’s changed is that there are demographic and societal shifts making skip-...
January 2020
Fires have ravaged massive areas, leaving a wake of destruction behind them. And late last year the Australian dollar hit a 10-year low, and consumer confidence levels plunged to the lowest level...
January 2020
The Australian government on Sunday announced an initial $52 million (A$76 million) tourism recovery package to get tourists to travel across the continent again as it acknowledges that...
January 2020
Australia wants you to know that it's not all blackened and charred. The bushfires that burned millions of hectares in the southeast are still burning, but they're fewer in number and recent storms...
January 2020
The Australian government recently announced a US$52 million (A$76 million) financial package to market the country, as the tourism industry is estimated to take a $3 billion revenue hit – a result...
January 2020
Google Flights is changing the way it makes money — and it could have significant implications for travelers, online travel agencies, and airlines. For example, when the series of modifications get...
January 2020
Top luxury travel executives predict another banner year for the segment, according to a new survey by travel consultancy Strategic Vision. The annual “Pulse of the Industry Survey” found that 70%...
January 2020
Marketing Manchester and NYC...
January 2020

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