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Thailand to Lift Mandatory Quarantine for Vaccinated Visitors From 46 Countries

Thailand — like many tourism-dependent destinations — has been hit hard by Covid, so lifting quarantine requirements for large numbers of vaccinated visitors will undoubtedly provide a significant boost to its economy.

Thailand to Lift Mandatory Quarantine for Vaccinated Visitors From 46 Countries

Tourism

Oregon’s Animated Tourism Ad Is An Antidote for the Pandemic Fatigued

Some of it may be aspirational, but Travel Oregon's ad is hitting the right notes at a time when we're all looking to feel the magic of travel again.

Oregon’s Animated Tourism Ad Is An Antidote for the Pandemic Fatigued

Tourism

Los Angeles Tourism CEO Sees International Arrivals as Key to Full Recovery

As the U.S. prepares to reopen fully to the vaxxed, Los Angeles is seeing signs of demand from Canada, the UK and even Australia — proof that one of America's most popular cities is far from dead.

Los Angeles Tourism CEO Sees International Arrivals as Key to Full Recovery

Tourism

Singapore Expands Quarantine-Free Arrivals Despite Record Covid Cases

Singapore is playing a balancing act: Reopening the city-state wider to international travelers while Covid cases are spiking. It's a delicate test to revive the tourism and business economies.

Singapore Expands Quarantine-Free Arrivals Despite Record Covid Cases
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Azerbaijan Is Tapping Into Its Cultural Heritage to Attract a New Generation of Travelers

For the historically minded traveler, Azerbaijan is a melting pot of culturally diverse influences to explore and experience, many of them little known to first-time visitors.

Azerbaijan Is Tapping Into Its Cultural Heritage to Attract a New Generation of Travelers

Tourism

1 out of 4 of U.S. Remote Workers Took Extended Trips: New Skift Research Travel Tracker

Remote work is here to stay and its impact on travel is starting to grow significantly. Twenty-three percent of American remote workers in our September survey said they had taken long trips as a result of working remotely, a sharp increase from eight months ago. Travel companies need to take note of how to serve this rising travel segment.

1 out of 4 of U.S. Remote Workers Took Extended Trips: New Skift Research Travel Tracker

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A U.S. Vaccine for Kids Will Boost Family Travel

Approval of a U.S. vaccine for kids would be a huge positive for family travel, but it will take time to get over the uncertainty. Visiting friends and relatives domestically will continue to dominate for a holiday season that’s projected to see higher consumer spending.

A U.S. Vaccine for Kids Will Boost Family Travel

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Online Searches for Travel to the U.S. Spike as Border Reopening Looms

The number of online searches for travel to the U.S. will likely keep ascending as November 8 nears and the holiday season takes off.

Online Searches for Travel to the U.S. Spike as Border Reopening Looms

Coronavirus

581 Days Later, It’s Time to Travel

The travel industry's pandemic interregnum period is over. We have gained so much in what we lost.

581 Days Later, It’s Time to Travel

Tourism

Reviving Cape Verde Tourism Is Key Issue in West African Achipelago’s Election

Voters turned out Sunday for the presidential election in Cape Verde to pick the candidate they believe will be the best to lead the country's Covid-decimated tourism economy back from the pandemic. It won't be the last election focused on Covid and a tourism revival.

Reviving Cape Verde Tourism Is Key Issue in West African Achipelago’s Election

Tourism

World’s Longest Locked-Down City, Melbourne, Starts to Lift Restrictions

Six lockdowns, 262 days. This one for the record books is nothing anybody in this Oz city of five million is particularly proud of. Restrictions start to lift on October 22, and the city is cheering as it waits for the return of visitors and normal.

World’s Longest Locked-Down City, Melbourne, Starts to Lift Restrictions

Tourism

Russian Tourism Authority Wants You to Travel Like a Putin

While it is easier to take a wilderness vacation when you're an autocratic leader with all the levers of power at your disposal, a pre-packaged tour with an official government endorsement offers a certain sense of security as well.

Russian Tourism Authority Wants You to Travel Like a Putin