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Articles tagged “portugal”

Business Travel

How the UK’s Reveal of 12 ‘Green Light’ Safe Travel Countries Will Drive Bookings — Just Not to U.S.

No major surprises in this latest phase of international reopening, but serious questions over the U.S.'s absence.

How the UK’s Reveal of 12 ‘Green Light’ Safe Travel Countries Will Drive Bookings — Just Not to U.S.

Coronavirus

Portugal Extends Flight Ban to Brazil, Britain Until Mid-April

Portugal had one of the world's worst surges in coronavirus cases. Now the coastal country is taking no chances when it comes to protecting its borders from Covid-19 variants.

Portugal Extends Flight Ban to Brazil, Britain Until Mid-April

Tourism

Portugal’s Once-Booming Tourism Sector Suffers Worst Slump Since 1980s

Portugal may have fared better than other European nations in the first wave of Covid-19, but the country's flourishing tourism sector still wasn't able to withstand the storm of the global pandemic.

Portugal’s Once-Booming Tourism Sector Suffers Worst Slump Since 1980s

Tourism

Portugal’s Tourism Sector Will Get Government Support

The impact of the travel industry collapsing is so much greater than the cost of supporting it during this pandemic. It is essential for governments to help.

Portugal’s Tourism Sector Will Get Government Support

Overtourism

Portugal Admits It Must Diversify Beyond International Tourism

A shift towards domestic tourism for many tourism-dependent markets is a wise one that has benefits beyond pandemics.

Portugal Admits It Must Diversify Beyond International Tourism

Airlines

JetBlue Founder Close to Giving Up TAP Stake as Portuguese Government Takes a Controlling Share

Giving a controlling stake to the Portuguese government is the price TAP will likely pay for a bailout.

JetBlue Founder Close to Giving Up TAP Stake as Portuguese Government Takes a Controlling Share

Tourism

Coronavirus May Solve Overtourism in Europe But Will That Shift Leave Lasting Economic Scars?

European tourist organizations should use coronavirus as an opportunity to solve overtourism concerns. But going overboard may ultimately do away with the economic benefits of recent years that put much-needed funds into both local and national coffers.

Coronavirus May Solve Overtourism in Europe But Will That Shift Leave Lasting Economic Scars?

Tourism

Portugal Prime Minister: Britain Travel Bridge Talks Going Well

Portugal's prime minister said talks with Britain about a possible "air bridge" are advancing. If completed, it can be a big boost to the UK travel economy's recovery.

Portugal Prime Minister: Britain Travel Bridge Talks Going Well

Coronavirus

Spain Speeds Border Opening to June 21 for Schengen Tourists

Spain Speeds Border Opening to June 21 for Schengen Tourists

Coronavirus

Stays in Portugal Plummeted 98 Percent in April

The depressed tourism sector dragged down the entire Portuguese economy. Diversifying beyond tourism is an ongoing challenge for tons of economies around the world.

Stays in Portugal Plummeted 98 Percent in April