G Adventures expects older holidaymakers to be travelling sooner than their younger counterparts, thanks to the deployment of vaccines.
Customer satisfaction levels across the travel sector have fallen to the lowest level in more than a decade as companies struggled to confront the Covid-19 crisis.
As coronavirus lockdowns are extended across Europe, protests have flared in its hard-hit hospitality sector, along with warnings that many businesses are on the verge of extinction. Four voices from around the continent detail the impact of the crisis on struggling firms.
A new year brings the reality of a COVID-19 vaccine closer and those dreaming of travel may soon be able to take the trips they plan for in 2021. Given the disruption to the travel industry brought on by the pandemic - leading to reductions in the amount of traveling done last year - what has happened to travel interest among Brits and Americans during that time? Throughout the course of 2020, despite restrictions and lockdowns, more than two in five Brits said they were still interested in travel (43%).
The United Kingdom's hotel sector will show a noticeable surge in transactions outside of London as hotel-ownership balance sheets are cleaned up following the tumultuous year that was 2020, according to sources.
The Best Western Hotel in the London suburb of Croydon would normally be packed with visiting families, out-of-town construction workers, and business travelers.
Coronavirus has changed travel in so many previously unimaginable ways. There's the visible, like having to wear masks on flights or needing to show a negative Covid test result before you're allowed to enter a country.
Business travel between the European Union and its former member state the United Kingdom is set to become significantly more complicated from Jan. 1. The UK left the EU on Dec. 31, 2019 but little changed in the transition period that runs to Dec.
The impact of Brexit on European travel after 31 December 2020 is going to be a complicated one. A recent survey by Discover Ferries, which represents ferry operators in the UK and Ireland, reports that only one in three people felt confident about travel changes after the end of the transition period.