As the world begins to reopen in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more destinations are welcoming back visitors. Airlines, hotels, resorts and ground handlers have invested heavily in health and safety protocols and are eager to welcome travellers back.
Travel advisories from governments in Canada, the U.S. and countries around the world warning against non-essential travel amid the coronavirus pandemic set off a domino effect of operations suspensions for seemingly every supplier in the travel industry.
Both Air Canada Vacations and Royal Irish Tours have joined the Canadian Association of Tour Operators (CATO) as the association continues to work on rebuilding the travel industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marking 70 years in the Canadian market, Air France’s EVP Commercial Sales Air France KLM, Henri de Peyrelongue, said that even a pandemic couldn’t stop the airline from celebrating the momentous occasion.
We may love travel, but we also know it’s far from perfect. Sure, some forms of travel make the world a better place, but far too many types hurt more than they help. It’s time we all got together, as travellers, to talk about just that.