2020 July

CHECK OUT! – latest hotel highlights from across the globe

The Blue Swan Daily brings you the second of this week’s round up of some of the latest accommodation news from across the globe. Marriott celebrates

Your weekly travel and aviation Quote-a

The Blue Swan Daily brings you a roundup of the most thought-provoking and interesting comments from those industry leaders in the know. Wizz Air expects

IATA chief economist: It remains to be see whether business travel patterns will return

IATA chief economist Brian Pearce said it “remains to be seen” whether pre-COVID-19 business travel patterns will return, and the association is worried that it won’t

JAL Group intl pax down 98.9% in Jun-2020, domestic pax down 79%

JAL Group reported (30-Jul-2020) the following traffic highlights for Jun-2020:  Passengers: Domestic: 642,598, -79.0% year-on-year; International: 9541, -98.9%; Southeast Asia: 5135, -98.3%; America: 2435, -98.3%;

The travel journey still has clear ‘inconsistencies’ and for corporate travellers that is a significant hurdle to overcome

The travel experience has changed dramatically and that transformation remains a major impediment to the vital return of the hospitality and air transport industries. While

Irish travel restrictions ‘are more restrictive than any other country in Europe’; Ireland is effectively ‘closed for business’ due to travel green list

Aer Lingus CEO Sean Doyle said: “There is not a clear understanding of the scale of the crisis or indeed its significance for the Irish economy

Squaremouth: 60% of US domestic travellers still plan to fly for their trips

Squaremouth reported (29-Jul-2020) the following key travel trends from a survey of US domestic travellers: Over 60% of travellers still plan to fly to domestic destinations; 88% of

Montréal, Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver airports to introduce mandatory temperature screening

Canada‘s Transport Minister Marc Garneau reported mandatory temperature screening stations will be placed in the departure section of Montréal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, Toronto Pearson International Airport, YYC

Copa Airlines postpones resumption until 05-Sep-2020

Copa Airlines postponed plans to resume operations following a further extension of flight ban by Panama‘s Civil Aviation Authority until 22-Aug-2020 (La Prensa, 24-Jul-2020). Copa plans to resume operations

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