Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for a “global mechanism” that would use QR codes to open up international travel.
The UK transport secretary will announce on Monday that blanket quarantine restrictions will end in time for Christmas so that families can travel to high-risk “red list” countries to visit relatives, The Telegraph reported.
Middle Eastern Carrier Qatar airways has launched a student loyalty program.
The Singapore government has announced that it is looking to start ‘cruises to nowhere’, a concept inspired from ‘flights to nowhere’. While the concept of ‘flights to nowhere’ has been a success for many airlines, the Singapore Tourism Board has announced ‘cruises to nowhere’, a concept where the cruises don’t visit any port.
This month, Soneva group is celebrating 25 years of barefoot luxury.
Australia is unlikely to open its international borders until late next year, the Australian government has confirmed.
Canada has banned all international tourists from entering the country till October 31,2020
There is some exciting news for all those who are planning to holiday in the Maldives.
Australia and NewZealand are opening a travel bubble called the ‘Trans-Tasman Bubble’. At this moment, the bubble is planned to work only one way. Kiwis will be able to travel to Australia but not the other way around. Starting October 16, 2020, NewZealanders will be able to travel to Sydney and Darwin without undergoing quarantine. […]