New Zealand is introducing a new Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) that will come into effect in October and will mean that travellers from 60 countries that are included in the county’s visa waiver scheme will be required to apply.
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A recent study from Get Going Travel Insurance offers a wide-ranging look at global tourism, posing and answering a number of interesting questions.
Generally speaking, Japan is perceived as a safe and upstanding destination – ranked as ‘low risk’ by insurance and risk management firms – but with the upcoming 2020 Olympic Games being hosted in Tokyo, officials are preparing for a myriad of potential risks, including cyberattacks and earthquakes.
The Brazilian Government recently announced that it would be waiving visa requirements for Canadian travellers.
A major US airline has been ordered to pay damages for leaving a teenager overnight in a terminal, writes David Ing.
UK holidaymakers are spending longer planning their trips than before, a trend that could potentially have a major impact on the holiday booking process and open up new opportunities for online travel agents.
Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics has conducted a study to uncover which airlines are reducing their environmental impact, concluding that none of the world’s 20 biggest publicly traded airlines is doing enough to tackle climate change.
The UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has published travel advisories for Britons considering travel to India and/or Pakistan, in response to flaring tensions between the two countries.
Allianz Global Assistance has released the top travel destinations for Americans this 2019 Spring Break season, revealing that sunny Florida is one of the most popular destinations for domestic trips, while Mexico is the top choice for international travel.
American SaaS company SAP Concur, which provides businesses with travel and expense management services, has released findings from its European-wide research on business travel – and there are some really interesting findings.