Thursday, 17th June 2021

Vaccinations key to reviving international travel

Destinations which are opening to vaccinated travellers have seen a significant lift in bookings, showing that vaccinations may hold the key to reviving international...

Mental wellbeing propositions, testing over quarantine key to Asian travellers taking...

As travel slowly resumes, new research from Collinson has found that quarantine and testing remain a key concern for travellers in Asia. Comparing data collected...

Intra-Asia travel to lead global luxury tourism’s recovery

As Covid-19 lessens its grip on the world, the economies of the Asia-Pacific region will likely be among the first to return, according to...

International travel recovery hopes rise as Agoda’s search data shows signs...

Digital travel platform Agoda has seen an increase in international travel searches, on the back of global vaccine rollout, discussions around Covid-19 passports and...

Luxury travellers ready to hit the road again: SLH survey

A segment of less risk-averse travellers are continuing to drive pent-up demand for luxury holidays this year, despite ongoing uncertainty over international travel restrictions,...

India’s mid-market hotels projected to lead sector’s revival

An increased focus on domestic tourism is expected to drive the growth of the midscale segment in India's lodging industry, as the country further...

Most travellers ready to go if consistent safety measures are in...

An independent research released by Travelport on August 25 has found that the majority of travellers will consider booking domestic and international trips, but...

APAC hotel pipeline remains robust through Q2

While Covid-19 has dealt a hammer blow to the hospitality industry, the Asia-Pacific hotel construction pipeline, excluding China, shows continued growth in 2Q2020, according...

Near-term outlook for APAC hotels remains dim

Battered by the coronavirus pandemic, hotels across Asia-Pacific continued to perform poorly in Q2, with a gradual U-shaped recovery likely, according to Colliers International's...

Evolving to meet APAC travellers’ changing needs

Google Asia-Pacific head of travel Hermione Joye wrote in a recent Think with Google piece about the shift in consumer sentiment around travel owing to Covid-19, and what tourism companies in Asia-Pacific ought do to meet these evolving needs in order to capture future bookings.

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