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Singapore’s latest Fortitude Budget supports longer recovery for aviation, tourism sectors

While most businesses in Singapore will reopen by July, its aviation and tourism industries face a longer wait to reopen fully, predicted deputy prime...

Japan readies for tourism as state of emergency is lifted

Japan’s regions are preparing to welcome tourists again following the lifting of the state of emergency for Tokyo and four neighbouring prefectures, imposed last...

Hong Kong’s tourism chief floats idea of “travel bubbles” to prop...

Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has announced the launch of the second stage of its three-phase recovery plan to restore visitor confidence, as the...

Business as usual for Hertz in Asia

Car rental company Hertz will continue operating in Asia Pacific, amid news reports that certain of its US and Canadian subsidiaries have filed for...

ACI, IATA outline roadmap to restart aviation

ACI and IATA are exhorting governments to ensure any new measures rolled out for airports and airlines post-pandemic are scientifically backed and globally consistent,...

Bali picked as Indonesia’s testing ground for new health-centric scheme

Indonesia's Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (MTCE) will be implementing the CHS (Cleanliness, Health, and Safety) programme in every destination across the archipelago...

Pandemic leaves Asia’s tour operators scrambling to reinvent

To diversify or not to diversify has become less of a luxury and more of a necessity for tour operators across Asia, as the travel halt spurs them to forge new money-making roadmaps.

Revenue Insight adds new features to spur hotel recovery

OTA Insight​, a cloud-based data intelligence platform for the hospitality industry, is introducing several new product features to its business intelligence tool ​Revenue Insight​...

Aviation sector faces major headwinds, long road to recovery

The aviation industry will likely take three to four years to get back to pre-Covid-19 activity levels, while Emirates, one of the first airlines...

Fare caps in place as India’s domestic skies open up

The Indian government has allowed domestic flights to resume in a calibrated manner from May 25, after two months of grounding. The Ministry of Civil...

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