Tour Operators

Tour Operators

TUI Permits UK Travelers to Reschedule for Free Due to New Restrictions

The emergence of the new Covid variant will certainly upend travel for the time being, so TUI will be among many companies feeling pressure to create backup plans for travelers whose trips might be canceled.

TUI Permits UK Travelers to Reschedule for Free Due to New Restrictions

Tour Operators

Growing Vaccine Passport Fraud Leaves Tour Operators Struggling to Crack Down

As relieved as many tour operators have been to resume trips, the challenges those companies face from vaccine scamsters are growing, and is a huge distraction and risk for these companies trying to come back from the precipice.

Growing Vaccine Passport Fraud Leaves Tour Operators Struggling to Crack Down

Tour Operators

Why U.S. Tour Operators Face a Murky Future Despite Global Travel Reopening

As lucrative as the U.S. reopening to fully vaccinated international visitors stands to be for many companies in the travel industry, others are still deeply damaged so much to be properly prepared for the influx.

Why U.S. Tour Operators Face a Murky Future Despite Global Travel Reopening

Hotels

Tour Operator Intrepid Travel to Open Its Own Branded Hotels Across Asia Pacific

A significant part of Intrepid Travel’s planned expansion involves finding pandemic-induced hotel investment bargains. But this kind of strategy hasn’t panned out in other parts of the world.

Tour Operator Intrepid Travel to Open Its Own Branded Hotels Across Asia Pacific

Tour Operators

U.S. Tour Operators Could Face a Long Wait for the Large-Scale Return of Chinese Travelers

Although the U.S. travel industry anxiously awaits the return of Chinese visitors, the timing will largely depend on when Beijing decides to ease outbound travel restrictions.

U.S. Tour Operators Could Face a Long Wait for the Large-Scale Return of Chinese Travelers

Tour Operators

China Limits Travel Amid New Case Surge Tied to Tour Groups

China's tough crackdown measures on new coronavirus cases is yet another recovery setback for the country's travel sector after two prior downturns this year. A new mitigation strategy, particularly with the country's high vaccination rate, is needed for businesses to survive.

China Limits Travel Amid New Case Surge Tied to Tour Groups

Tour Operators

The Complexities of the Tour Operator Supply Chain: A Guide

Breaking down the tour operator supply chain reveals interesting insights about why some tour operators succeed — and others don't — and how so many seemingly different companies all fit together under one big tent.

The Complexities of the Tour Operator Supply Chain: A Guide

Tour Operators

Refugee-Led Tours Fight Pandemic Struggles to Expand Trips for Locals

Even if tourism companies are struggling to resume operations paused by Covid — let alone approach pre-pandemic levels — they must devise new ways to reach audiences interested in their products, even those tourists in their backyards. Especially if they've been popular, like many refugee-led tours have been.

Refugee-Led Tours Fight Pandemic Struggles to Expand Trips for Locals

Skift Research

Multi-Day Tour Operators 2021: Reshaping Supply Chains and Distribution

Anyone seeking to understand leisure travel overlooks tour operators at their own risk. It is one of the last great offline sectors in the travel industry but that cannot last. Changing consumer behavior and new tech is driving disruption in these businesses, the effects of which have only been compounded by the significant impact of COVID-19.

Multi-Day Tour Operators 2021: Reshaping Supply Chains and Distribution

Tour Operators

The Coming Disruption to Tour Operators: New Skift Research

Tours is one of the last great offline sectors in the travel industry, but that cannot last. Changing consumer behavior and new tech is driving disruption in these businesses, the effects of which have only been compounded by the significant impact of Covid-19.

The Coming Disruption to Tour Operators: New Skift Research