Details of Habitas’ expansion may contradict the brand’s eco-credentials, going against its original pledge of using ‘local materials to minimise environmental impacts’. Habitas aims to cut the cost of building...
17 February 2020
13 January 2020
A ransomware attack on currency exchange company Travelex demonstrates travel companies need to do more to protect customer data. According to GlobalData figures, the value of the global online travel...
10 January 2020
Short term impacts of bushfires are causing mass devastation across Australia yet the long-term effects could be detrimental for the tourism industry, a significant contributor to the country’s economy. Immediate...
20 December 2019
TUI has claimed that it is on track to sell an extra two million seats for summer 2020. A big reason for this is the recent collapse of one of...
16 December 2019
Despite £160m already being refunded to customers, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced that more than 50,000 customers are still waiting for their refund.
13 December 2019
Following the volcanic eruption on New Zealand’s White Island, tourism will likely continue due to niche traveler markets. One of New Zealand’s most active volcanoes, it continuously attracted day trippers...
10 December 2019
The rise of the tourist tax illustrates that many destinations do not want visitor numbers to decrease. However, mass tourism shows no sign of stagnation with international arrivals reaching 1.4...
26 November 2019
The new drive to install facial recognition systems in Singapore hotels is being viewed with suspicion.
16 October 2019
A match between Ireland and Scotland at Nissan Stadium, Yokohama, Japan at the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
15 October 2019
Dutch government turns its back on Holland, but will The Netherlands bring in the right kind of tourists?
Many Dutch football fans still refer to the national team as ‘Holland' and the bright orange kit and 'total' national-style of play during the 1970s, 80s and 90s has created...