U.S. Travel Association issued the following statement on the meeting between U.S. airlines and White House coronavirus response officials.
8 ways for hotels to combat the crisis
An analysis of how Covid-19 has affected the hotel market and the importance of adapting to new parameters in staffing, marketing and technology to avoid extinction.
Hear from world-leading medical, epidemiology and public health experts
Top global scientists and health experts shared latest facts, science-based insights and best practices for living in a world with COVID-19.
At the door COVID-19 detection can save global travel industry
GLCM’s rapid test is an “at the door” technology that is perfect before boarding a plane, entering a venue for a concert or sporting event, as it delivers instant results regaining the confidence to bring us back to our “normal” before the pandemic.
Keep components of a Return to Operations plan
Distilling a return to operations plan into its component parts is the secret sauce to making it manageable. Ultimately, the process for developing a comprehensive plan covers four main themes.
Ways to reinvent hotel design to prevent the spread of communicable diseases
Here are 11 considerations interior decorators, hotel developers, architects and hotel management can address to help control the spread of Coronavirus by introducing sophisticated interiors and reinventing hotels.
The five changes expected in the hotel industry
The landscape continues to change rapidly and while no one can say with any degree of certainty where everything will land, we are starting to see the shape of things to come. Here are changes that the new normal is likely to bring forward in the hotel industry for owners and operators.
What will the road out of lockdown look like? Results from industry survey
While the challenges will be many, over half the respondents expect break-even occupancy levels to lie between 30% and 50%, which they feel is achievable by the end of the year.
The Cornonavirus threat or opportunity: Impact and solutions for the hotel industry
With nowhere to look for tested answers, hoteliers now have to reinvent themselves and look for creative, fresh ideas to give their operations a new sense of hospitality and service.
Will the Covid-19 pandemic presage another once-a-decade contraction in tourism?
Since 1990, the tourism industry has weathered three major negative demand shocks, roughly one per decade. Welcome to the fourth.