International flight booking trends reveal the long-awaited recovery of international traveler spending in the U.S.
New data signals the recovery of international travel to the U.S.
After testing removal, inbound international flight bookings to the U.S. see 93% surge.
European Union needs to adapt regulations to avoid further travel disruption
Business travel momentum threatened as industry is challenged with staff shortages.
Airlines slow European travel recovery
Chaos at many European airports is likely to hinder growth as queues and cancellations are quickly becoming air travel norms.
Advancing safe mobility for stronger recovery
UNWTO joined the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Spain in the recent High-Level Meeting on Safe International Travel held in Ibiza on 7-8 July.
Staff shortages and cost of living looms for European tourism
Sudden surge in consumer demand coupled with staff shortages pose serious challenges for the sector going into the summer months.
Move over COVID, business travel industry tackles new challenge
New GBTA poll shows business travel recovery remains strong while emerging issues challenge accelerated recovery.
Uplift in international arrivals predicted for APAC
The Pacific Asia Travel Association released its latest quarterly updated international visitor arrivals forecast based on the data provided by 39 Asia Pacific destinations.
Recovery gains momentum as restrictions ease and confidence grows
According to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, international tourism saw a 182% year-on-year increase in January-March 2022.
Russo-Ukranian crisis has little impact on inbound travel sentiment to Europe
Intention for long-haul travel remains weak in key markets amid worsening economic prospects, COVID-19, and geopolitical shocks.
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