German News

by ITB
  1. Thailand and Malaysia have announced they will again open their borders to foreign travellers. While Thailand is moving rapidly to a full opening with few restrictions, Malaysia is adopting a more prudent approach, opening step-by-step to foreign visitors. On November 1st, Thailand will again start to welcome foreign travellers eager to be back in the …
  2. The holiday company Responsible Travel is to drop all internal jet flights of less than an hour across its 6,000 trips by January. The ban is part of wider company measures to cut emissions without use of carbon offsets. Bosses believe the future of travel is to fly less, stay longer and pick a trip …
  3. Hilton has partnered with Fresh on Table, an agritech platform, to introduce its “Growth of the UAE” menu. Launching in anticipation of the upcoming 50th Anniversary of the UAE and as Dubai welcomes the world for Expo, the menu is available from 20 September until 5 December. It uses locally produced ingredients to create deliciously wholesome cuisine …
  4. A study by Research Dive projects that the global adventure tourism market is likely to register a revenue of US$1.8bn (eds. €1.54bn) by 2027 thanks to a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 15.0% from 2020 to 2027.
  5. With the summer season over, Europe enters a different stage in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. 74% of EU adults are now fully vaccinated and vaccination efforts are ongoing throughout Europe. Despite the continued spread of the virus at community level, the impact of the pandemic on public health has been brought under control …