“Continuing the war in Ukraine is morally unacceptable, politically indefensible and militarily nonsensical”
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.
European tourism remain resilient amidst pandemic and geopolitical uncertainty
Domestic travel is projected to make a complete recovery in 2022, while international arrivals to Europe are forecast to be 30% below 2019 volumes.
Russia-Ukraine conflict will leave a void in this summer’s European travel market
According to GlobalData, Russia was the fifth-ranked country globally in terms of international departures in 2021.
Russia suspended from UNWTO
The Russian Federation has been suspended from the World Tourism Organization, losing with immediate effect its rights and privileges as part of the United Nations specialized agency.
Working with nonprofits and others to support refugees fleeing Ukraine
Airbnb.org is announcing its collaboration with several additional organizations, including longtime partner HIAS and Nova Ukraine.
Tourism enjoys string start to 2022 but faces new uncertainties
Russian invasion of Ukraine adds pressure to existing economic uncertainties.
UNWTO to hold emergency general assembly on Russian membership
The UNWTO Executive Council has decided to hold an extraordinary UNWTO General Assembly to address the suspension of the membership of the Russian Federation.
Urgent message from the Ukrainian Hotel and Resort Association
UHRA urges tourism communities and businesses to push for imposing restrictive measures on Russian tourism and hospitality industry.
UNWTO Executive Council to consider Russian suspension
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has convened an emergency session of its Executive Council in response to the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation.