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Saturday, July 24, 2021

Zanzibar International Film Festival to Boost Island Tourism

Zanzibar President Hussein Ali Mwinyi supported organizers of the annual Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF) and said the event would expose and develop the island’s tourism and heritage. - eTurboNews | Travel News

Russia Resumes Flights to France and Czech Republic

The decision to resume flights with these countries appears to be just a formality, since no airline has announced plans to resume scheduled direct flights between the Russian Federation, France and Czech Republic. - eTurboNews | Travel News

East African States Adopt Regional COVID-19 Tourism Recovery Plan

The East African regional ministers had met virtually under the chairmanship Kenyan Minister for Tourism and Wildlife, Najib Balala and all agreed to take recovery measures. - eTurboNews | Travel News

Friday, July 23, 2021

Hawaii Sunsets Are Beautiful But Not The Best?

The study looked at the number of travel articles and blogs which recommend the destination, the number of Instagram posts and the level of pollution caused by artificial light. - eTurboNews | Travel News

50,000 Jamaica Tourism Workers Back on the Job in Last 6 Months

Jamaica’s tourism industry has brought back more than 50,000 workers in the last 6 months, showing its capacity for resilience and its ability to bounce back from crises. - eTurboNews | Travel News

Will Ryanair’s Bullish Summer 2022 Plans Pay Dividends?

Europe’s largest low-cost airline foresees summer 2022 as its time to shine, and preparations are underway. - eTurboNews | Travel News

eTurboNews stands behind Freedom of Press and PEN Belarus

PEN America CEO Suzanne Nossel said the following:: When a government silences and stomps on its writers, it reveals a level of shame and decay that leaders are aiming to hide, but instead only expose. Belarus’ leaders may think they can suppress the truth by muzzling those who dare tell it, but the story of the will of the people and the scale of brutal repression will find its way to the world. We stand in solidarity with the writers of PEN Belarus and are determined to ensure that their vital voices are heard and their rights to express themselves vindicated.” - eTurboNews | Travel News

Thursday, July 22, 2021

Emirates Launches New Dubai to Miami Flight

Emirates Airline connects two major leisure and business destinations with first nonstop service. - eTurboNews | Travel News

Hawaii COVID-19 Infections: One Record High After Another

Hawaii Tourism is booming, and so is COVID-19 among the non-vaccinated like never before. With 243 new coronavirus infections, the Aloha State is in big trouble. - eTurboNews | Travel News

Our Love Story with the Beautiful Seychelles Islands

Former tourism specialist, Roger Porter-Butler, and his wife, Joan, revisit their fondest memories of Seychelles, their little corner of paradise since 2011. - eTurboNews | Travel News

Hawaii hotels revenue up substantially in June 2021

It’s a positive sign to see Hawaii hotel accommodations statewide reporting an upward rise, knowing how many local workers and families are benefiting from the return of the domestic market. - eTurboNews | Travel News

IATA questions the need for expensive PCR Tests

Flying to Hawaii requires a PCR COVID - 19. This is big business for many, including companies like Longs Drugs, Walgreens, and many more. The cost of $110-$275 for a mandatory test to avoiding quarantine can be steep and discouraging for families. IATA knows this is counterproductive when trying to get people to fly again. - eTurboNews | Travel News

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

12 train passengers killed, 5 injured in flooded subway tunnel in China

Subway administration urgently halted train traffic and cut all power, but one train stopped at a flooded section of the tunnel. - eTurboNews | Travel News Online

IOC: 2032 Summer Olympic Games Will Be Hosted by Australia’s Brisbane

Brisbane was the only candidate city bidding to host the Summer Olympics in 2032. - eTurboNews | Travel News Online

Domestic Tourism Continues to Rebound While International Travel Largely On Hold

Between January and May, international tourist arrivals were 85% below 2019 levels. - eTurboNews | Travel News Online

IATA: Passengers Confident in Onboard Safety, Support Mask-Wearing

Most air travelers are confident about the safety of air travel and support mask-wearing in the near-term. - eTurboNews | Travel News Online

U.S. Justice Corrupted? B737 Max Victims had no chance against Boeing

How would one call if a prosecutor in a high profile criminal case against a giant company (Boeing) joins the law firm that defended her biggest case several month after the case. What about calling it the Boeing modus operandi, or perhaps US Justice denied? - eTurboNews | Travel News Online

Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Carnival to Operate at 75% of Fleet Capacity by End of 2021

Carnival continues building momentum for restarting cruise vacations with announced sailings to date on 54 ships through end of 2021 across eight of its cruise line brands. - eTurboNews | Travel News Online

Hawaii warns visitors about recalled sunscreen products

Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. is voluntarily recalling all lots of five NEUTROGENA and AVEENO aerosol sunscreen product lines. - eTurboNews | Travel News Online

Airbus Launches Cloud-Based Pilot Training Service

Mobile Airbus Training experience Suite is a subscription-based service platform with a 3D interactive virtual cockpit environment for pilot recurrent and initial Type Training. - eTurboNews | Travel News Online

500,000 US Hotel Jobs Will Not Return By The End Of The Year

Hotel room revenue will be down $44 billion this year compared to 2019. - eTurboNews | Travel News Online

JetBlue announces New York and Boston flights from Kansas City

Today, JetBlue published flight schedules and began selling tickets for nonstop service between Kansas City International Airport and both Boston-Logan International Airport and New York-JFK International Airport. - eTurboNews | Travel News Online

Monday, July 19, 2021

Carnival Cruise Line to Restart Additional Ships in September and October

More than half the Carnival fleet to be sailing by October with Carnival planning to continue to operate vaccinated cruises. - eTurboNews | Travel News & more

Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau Announces New President and CEO

David Whitaker has been appointed the next President & CEO of the destination marketing organization for Greater Miami and Miami Beach. - eTurboNews | Travel News & more

Doha overtakes Dubai as Middle East busiest hub airport

The major factor driving the trend was the lifting, in January, of the blockade of flights to and from Qatar, which was imposed in June 2017 by Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE. - eTurboNews | Travel News & more

Sunday, July 18, 2021

Transfer in Doha, Abu Dhabi, Dubai: Airline Passengers choice is clear

Qatar with its airport hub Doha Hamad International went through impossible times during the blockade by the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Bahrhain. With a lot of money and airline incentives, service and convenience Doha managed to do the impossible - Qatar style. - eTurboNews | Travel News & more

MICE Business relaunches in Guam with vaccination included

There is hardly a better place in the world to conduct a conference when the reward is to get vaccinated. Guam gets it and welcomed the first MICE group of 100 arriving from Taiwan to its shores. - eTurboNews | Travel News & more

The Virus and Tourism booming in Hawaii

The Delta Virus of COVID-19 is booming in Hawaii among unvaccinated, tourism is booming with record visitors arrivals. No one seems to be concerned except the Hawaii Tourism Authority trying hard to encourage only high spenders to consider the Aloha State for a vacation. - eTurboNews | Travel News & more

America’s Great Hotels During the Golden Age of the Picture Post Card

In February 2000, there was a unique exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York: “Walker Evans and the Picture Postcard.” Evans was a titan of 20th-century photography who portrayed broken-down plantations; sharecropper families, and bone-dry Southern farms during the Depression, grimy factories in the North; and the facial expressions of New York subway passengers. - eTurboNews | Travel News & more