There are ‘mixed prospects’ in Europe for summer 2021 as vaccine hurdles still deliver a very uneven playing field

As Europe works to accelerate vaccination programmes over the coming months and control the spread of COVID-19, an expected easing of restrictions provides “some hope

The summer of 2020 was virtually non-existent for Europeans, but there is warming sentiment that summer 2021 will not be a repeat of last year

Approaching 700 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have now been administered across the world with around 150 million people now fully vaccinated against the highly

Charting the trends – the predicted winter of discontent has become a reality as a COVID cold front deepens across Europe

Airlines can’t escape from the seasonality issues that define their operations. The majority rely on the peak travel periods to subsidise those tougher quieter periods

Europe’s aviation industry is on the slide with IATA projections for 2021 and 2022 ‘a little short of a disaster for European air transport’

The summer of 2020 was unlike any other for Europe’s air transport system. Normally, a period of peak demand, ongoing international travel restrictions coupled with

What we lost in 2020 – new reports highlight the economic significance of European city tourism and meetings industry

While 2020 may be forgettable, the important role of city tourism and the meetings industry shouldn’t be lost in a year of unprecedented challenges. The

Charting the trends – seismic shock to international travel hurts many of Europe’s largest air markets

The COVID-19 crisis has had a devastating impact on international connectivity and as of the end of Oct-2020, the number of unique city-pairs was 36%

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