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Marching on with marketing amid Covid-19

With hopes pinned on domestic tourism to lead the travel rebound, industry stakeholders need to sharpen their understanding of the local market and retune...

Local sentiment, transparent Covid protocols hold sway over destination competitiveness

A country’s local sentiment towards visitors, as well as its transparency in sanitation measures, will play a major role in influencing the destination’s speed...

IATA urges standard passenger risk assessment and Covid testing to restore...

Travel bubbles that facilitate cross-border travel is essential to restoring air connectivity, but a globally-accepted risk assessment methodology and suitable Covid testing must be...

Date set for Virtual PATA Travel Mart 2020

This year's virtual edition of PATA Travel Mart (PTM) will take place from September 23-27, and will feature an interactive exhibition experience, video meets...

PATA Travel Mart 2020 heads online

This year's PATA Travel Mart, originally to be held in Leshan, Sichuan, China from September 3-6, will now take place online in late September. The...

PATA Travel Mart to spice travel up in Sichuan in 2020

The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has revealed next year's PATA Travel Mart will be held in Leshan, Sichuan, China from September 3-6. “We are...

Air Astana seeks to put Kazakhstan in the “middle of everywhere”

In an age where few places are untouched by mass tourism, the Central Asian nation of Kazakhstan remains “one of tourism’s last frontiers”, said...

PATA adventure mart heads to Sabah next year

Sabah is keen to showcase its abundance of culture and nature offerings to the trade when the PATA Adventure Travel Conference and Mart 2020...

PATA ponders marketing tweaks for travel mart in Astana, now renamed...

PATA Travel Mart, which is headed for Kazakhstan this year, may have to tweak its marketing to reflect an official change in the name...

Mario Hardy’s musings on Kazakhstan

Ahead of the PATA Travel Mart in Kazakhstan, Mario Hardy, the association's CEO, finds himself back in the capital city of the former Soviet republic, where he discovers an intriguing blend of modernity and remnants from the past, a museum he calls the most fascinating site he has visited in a long while, and more.

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