As Europe works to accelerate vaccination programmes over the coming months and control the spread of COVID-19, the expected easing of restrictions provides some hope for travel in summer 2021.
The World Travel & Tourism Council and faculty and scientists of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, released two vital case studies on Sustainability Leadership.
UNWTO has served as tourism’s global voice as the Tourism Ministers of the G20 nations met to devise a way forward for an inclusive, resilient, and sustainable recovery for the sector.
The Australian Tourism Export Council welcomed two new Government initiatives aimed at supporting the industry through the COVID crisis and beyond.
The U.S. Travel Association and the International Franchise Association voiced strong support for new legislation that would provide relief for hard-hit hotel workers until travel returns to pre-pandemic levels.
Two tourism bodies have signed an agreement to put culture, heritage and communities at the forefront of the post-Covid travel recovery.
The Government of The Bahamas announced updated public health measures and entry protocols for fully vaccinated travelers.
AHLA will be following the tax and workforce proposals in these plans closely to assess their impact on the lodging industry.