While Israel is closed to all travel for two weeks due to the Omicron variant, the Consul of the Israel Ministry of Tourism provided some upbeat info for when the country reopens.
Once the driest of topics, travel insurance is now hot – as evidenced by the packed seminar at this week’s Travel Marketplace East 2021 with a barrage of questions from advisors as to how to navigate this new landscape.
320 travel advisors and suppliers convened at the Delta Marriott Toronto Airport on Tuesday for the Travel Market Place East 2021 event.
The inauguration was presided by Quebec Premier François Legault and Club Med President Henri Giscard d’Estaing.
In a shift to post-pandemic travel, presentations focused on offerings and information for media and travel professionals to pass along to clients, rather than COVID rates or health and safety issues.
Not only was it the German National Tourist Office’s (GNTO’s) first in-person event in Canada since the pandemic, but it was also the first industry event for its new Director, Anja Brokjans.
190 advisors and 36 suppliers convened in Toronto this week for learning and networking. Regional meetings will be held later this month in Vancouver, Edmonton, Ottawa and Montreal.
Fairmont Royal York resurrected the heyday of cocktail culture in Toronto last night, with the reopening celebration for its redesigned Library Bar.
Just as we’re checking into snow tires and ransacking our closets for our parkas, Hawaii is reminding us that yes, Canadians are welcome back. With a welcome that will be warmer, and even more caring than in the past.
At Universal Studios Florida, an upbeat team of executives from Travel Leaders Network spoke about how travel is predicted to be “back at pre-pandemic strength by 2023”