The seesaw of sentiment – safety concerns remain, but they are not enough to deter travel plans

New research from global hotel guest acquisition platform SiteMinder has found that safety concerns among travellers in Australia, Germany and the United States are not…..

WTTC believes testing and tracing based on medical evidence is one path to ensuring people can enjoy safe travels in the ‘new normal’

Technological advances, enhanced mobility and more affordable travel have enabled an unprecedented rise in the number of travellers over the past few decades with more…..

Industry Intelligence – catch up on CAPA’s exclusive market analysis insights

Each week, CAPA – Centre for Aviation, produces informative, thought provoking and detailed market analysis of the aviation industry. With supporting data included in every…..

New research reveals when corporates expect to resume travel and those in the mining and construction sectors will lead the way

The majority of organisations will take a phased approach to resuming domestic and international business travel over the next 12 months according to the first…..

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. New Mercure…..

Uncertainty of the corporate travel landscape continues to cloud its progress towards the ‘new normal’

Slowly but surely, countries across the world have started opening up borders and business travellers are starting to emerge out of lockdown. Companies around the…..

Opening the door to arrivals – Finland advocates for the expansion of the European Covid-19 travel bubble

Finland’s Interior Minister Maria Ohisalo has reported the government plans to scrap 14-day quarantine measures for leisure travel from European countries from 13-Jul-2020, provided that…..

Preparing for the new future – The Corporate Travel Community came together last week in Shanghai for its first 2020 Roundtable Discussion

There is no such thing as business as usual anymore as we adapt to continued social distancing requirements. But that doesn’t mean an end to…..