A return of Russians couldn't come sooner for Turkey, despite remaining tensions. At this point Turkey would welcome use about anyone to sit resorts and attractions.
Here's hoping the Channel Tunnel will remain open, despite the Brexit vote and despite its recent financial struggles.
It's still early, but European countries are worrying about the ripple effects — like a potential housing market hit — from Britain's decision to leave the EU.
Russian travel companies welcomed the prospect of renewed travel to Turkey as another traditional destination, Egypt, has likewise felt a downturn while many Russians have turned to domestic travel in 2016.
Expect to see major airports extending their security perimeters outside passenger terminals in coming years.
Italy is one of the most visited countries in the world yet it's one of the worst tourism marketers. At least it's demonstrating that it cares enough about its national monuments to put funding towards preserving them.
As the reality of a post-Brexit European Union sinks in, tourist destinations around the continent may have a better sense of whether visits from the UK will slow down. For now, there's plenty of worry to go around.
While we don't have Burberry on our shopping list, we look forward to feeling less squeezed this summer when we visit London. It's a feeling that most visitors have practically forgotten.
Over the last eight months Turkey's people and its tourism industry have been under sustained attacks. It's leadership needs help (and guidance) from the international community if it is to ease the crisis.
This is not immaterial to UK travel. They need Americans to (continue to) come flocking and spend as much as they can. As much as it may hurt, VisitBritain and other interests will need to pitch the potential big savings of their destination in the months ahead.