Another industry organization weighs in on using testing and standard rules to allow travel to resume.
The UN's tourism agency sees a long slow recovery from the biggest drop ever in tourism.
After a year in which travel industry relief has focused on keeping business operating, an industry association calls for a turn toward consumers.
While business is down at Elvis's Memphis mansion, its managers are looking to make up for lost revenue with a virtual tour.
One of the best-known travel magazines gets a new owner who may realign it as a sales tool for its other interests
Instead of a Top Ten list or a sales pitch, Frommer's offers a serious of thoughtful essays on key places in America for future safe travel.
Royal Caribbean is helping keep some of its travel-agency supporters afloat while cruise business is under water.
Despite this year's dip, China's tourism industry is expecting sharp growth, especially in domestic travel.
With unrefunded voucher issues still hanging over European travel companies, the Netherlands has a plan.
An industry organization warns that the future is grim unless travel can be made safe soon.
Amazon is getting a bit further into the travel business, launching live virtual tours that someday could be in-person
Contrary to expectations, it's the younger travelers who say they are ready to be on the road, while older travelers are more likely to be waiting.
A study finds that what's in Wikipedia has become a real information choice for people planning travel.
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.