Business travellers have their ‘passport at the ready’: more than half are ready and eager for travel

“We all dream of getting back to the world we knew before COVID. We are even willing to put up with inflight dinners, noise, and

On the lighter side of life – the door to international travel is creaking open, but will we be better travellers that embrace the culture of the destinations we visit?

This past week, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed a governmental roadmap on the easing of lockdown restrictions across England, one of the countries hardest

Business travel as we knew it ‘is not coming back’ as we move from mass to meaningful travel

Travelling for business has emerged to be the type of travel people miss the least and as such it will likely mean it will be

Travel websites lost the most traffic in the UK in 2020, but 2021 already looks brighter and easyJet and Wizz Air offer positive prognosis

The coronavirus pandemic has changed our habits significantly, but how much of a lasting impression it will have is unclear. The travel and tourism industry

Charting the trends – new COVID mutations and new international travel restrictions means muted demand during the holiday season

One of the world’s biggest selling songs and most-played from this time of year was a charity single to support the famine in Africa, but

Travellers are more likely to take trips between Apr-2021 and Sep-2021, but those in Brazil, China and Mexico show a higher likelihood to travel earlier

Expedia Group used its recent annual partner conference, ‘explore ’20’, to outline key considerations shaping travel decisions in 2021 and demonstrated technology enhancements to help

USA spotlight – hotel profitability is back in double digits as air travel hits new highs and road travel new lows during Thanksgiving during a holiday period that delivers mixed results

US hotel profitability returned to double figures for the first time since Feb-2020 as year-over-year comparisons improved slightly from the previous month, according to the

Flight rightsizing and business regionalisation could see a rising demand for smaller capacity airliners alongside a renewed focus on more efficient, greener aircraft types

The trend in the 2010s was towards larger capacity aircraft, mainly delivered by upguaging in short-haul flying. During the decade we saw a +19.4% rise

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