State-owned travel conglomerate CTII posts 56% drop in revenue; Singapore mulls over launch of air travel bubble with Hong Kong.
The company will continue to focus on building a “first-class tourist destination investment and operation service provider”.
The Bank of Spain’s baseline scenario is that the economy will grow 6% this year, aided by receipts from foreign tourists reaching 56% of their 2019 levels.
Several labour unions welcomed the move as a way of easing the burden on industry staff and retaining talent, but one senior industry figure described the offer as “pitiful”.
Club benefits often center on easing the burden of planning and uncertainty; now, safety is an essential part of that.
After an unprecedented year that disrupted every category of business, brands are leaning in to reimagine the way they engage at every point in a consumer’s journey.
Panda Train's first trip from Chengdu to Zunyi is scheduled to start operation on March 28.
A storm of developments makes personalization significantly more challenging for everyone. To ride the wave of recovery, travel companies need to listen and learn how traveler preferences are changing.
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