Two big British agencies split with their national association over refunds for trips cancelled by government actions.
Marilyn Jones finds that a favorite travel organizer is now offering private 'Bubbles' for travel during the pandemic.
A Senator proposes tax credits for travel to help the domestic travel industry get back on its feet.
The airlines are sharing out a big chunk of the emergency money, but the outlook is less rosy for other travel businesses.
GarryRF reflects on his favorite Caribbean spot, and how those who work there are affected by the current lockdowns.
For sports fans who have run out of competition to obsess over, a British newspaper has provided a perhaps unintentionally hilarious competition.
Veteran travel writer Marilyn Jones highlights resources to keep up our travel interest until we can hit the roads again.
Wise words from the founder of modern mass travel, at a time it's worth re-reading them.
With the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, travel insurers are starting to protect themselves against costs.
Highlighting the emerging role of women as leaders in an industry where they have often held the lowest-paying jobs.
Amid sharp downward effects on tourism due to coronavirus fears, Kyoto sees an opportunity.
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Tourism is continuing to grow, but the highs of the past two years are not likely to be repeated soon.
The big online agencies, facing competition from Google as well as direct sales, are looking at a more cohesive travel experience as a way to win.
The Dutch government has just shelled out €200,000 for a new logo and marketing—and it wants to be called Netherlands, not Holland now.