Sunday, 20th September 2020
Tags Health and safety

Tag: Health and safety

Costa Cruises returns to sea

Italian cruise ship Costa Deliziosa is the latest liner to resume services, setting sail from the Adriatic port of Trieste on Sunday, more than...

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...

ACI Asia-Pacific urges replacement of quarantines to ensure airports’ survival

The Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific is pressing governments to replace quarantine requirements with testing and contact tracing protocols to ensure the sector’s survival...

Safe restart of tourism is possible: UNWTO

UNWTO is urging governments around the world to get the tourism sector back on track, with stringent health and safety protocols in place, stressing...

IATA helps airlines navigate new norms with health checklist

IATA has released an airline self-assessment health checklist designed to assist operators in implementing new health and safety requirements in a post-Covid world. The 30-page...

Will a digital health passport help us fly again?

National governments in Asia, Australia and Europe have rolled out contact-tracing apps to curb the spread of Covid-19 on home soil, but what if similar technology could be harnessed in the skies and effectively bring the travel industry back to life?

Hygiene highest priority for travellers: Skyscanner survey

Global travellers looking to book holiday accommodation in the post-Covid era prioritise sanitation and hygiene over price and location, according to a Skyscanner survey. The...

Changi Airport deploys touch-free tech

Contactless check-in kiosks, as well as facial and iris recognition for immigration clearance, are part of heightened safety measures rolled out by Changi Airport,...

Trip.com and partners take information, promotion-driven global initiative to save travel

China-based OTA giant Trip.com has announced an industry-wide initiative that will support the drive for new safety and hygiene standards for aviation, hospitality, tourism...

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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