Tourism leaders from across Africa have come together to rethink the sector and its central role in driving growth and opportunity across the continent.
Lodging companies tout strength of recovery
Lodging companies reported significantly improved results over the first quarter of 2022, with many profitability metrics outpacing those in 2019.
Maxing out the season: How to drive revenue at the end of the first post-Covid summer
While most people have already booked their summer trips, there’s still time to make the most out of the revenge travel era and maximize your hotel’s occupancy and revenue with smart, proactive pricing.
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.
China’s tourism sector to create more than 30 million jobs
According to the latest data, tourism’s GDP growth rate is expected to be 9.7%, making it one of the fastest-growing countries.
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.
Macro-level obstacles little match for global hotel industry
The global hotel industry is producing strong performance numbers all against a climate of financial unease.
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.
Japan tourism could approach pre-pandemic levels next year
More than 680,000 jobs could be created over the next 10 years.
South Africa’s tourism growth to outpace national economy
Travel & Tourism to create more than 800,000 jobs over the next decade.