- Japan, Epidemic, Level 4: COVID-19 pandemic – Japan [Update 98]
- China, Epidemic, Level 4: COVID-19 pandemic – China [Update 190]
- Ukraine, Armed Conflict / War, Level 3: Several separatists killed and injured in eastern Ukraine – Ukraine
- Spain, Strike, Level 1: Strike by employees of the Alicante–Elche Miguel Hernández Airport on 02 and 03 August – Spain [Update 1]
- Portugal, Strike, Level 3: Indefinite strike by ground staff in the aviation sector from 02 August – Portugal
- Taiwan, Epidemic, Level 4: COVID-19 pandemic – Taiwan [Update 52]
- Spain, Epidemic, Level 4: COVID-19 pandemic – Spain [Update 329]
- Turkey, Wildfire, Level 4: Forest fires in the south and centre of the country – Turkey [Update 7]
Update 2021-07-29: On Thursday (29 July), British authorities released additional information on level 2 restrictions in Taiwan and entry requirements for ...
Marriott has expanded its Luxury Collection to South Korea with the opening of the Josun Palace in Seoul. Originally built ...
Dorsett Hospitality has announced that it is installing High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) UV-C air purifiers on the guest floors ...
Ukraine, Armed Conflict / War, Level 3: Several separatists killed and injured in eastern Ukraine – Ukraine
Spain, Strike, Level 1: Strike by employees of the Alicante–Elche Miguel Hernández Airport on 02 and 03 August – Spain [Update 1]
Portugal, Strike, Level 3: Indefinite strike by ground staff in the aviation sector from 02 August – Portugal
United States, Earthquake, Level 4: Strong magnitude 7.2 M coastal earthquake at depth 35.00 km – United States
Tsunami Warning! Region: 91 km ESE of Perryville, Alaska, Risk: high, Magnitude: 8.2, Time (UTC): 06:15, Maybe affected: Alaska [Update 2]
- Broadwick Soho announces senior appointments ahead of June 2022 opening July 30, 2021Broadwick Soho is a collaboration between long-time friends Noel Hayden, owner of Broadwick Soho and Jo Ringestad - Managing Director of Broadwick Street Holdings, who bring their industry expertise to create the 57-room property and one of Soho’s most unique dwellings.
- Inaugural nonstops to Columbus, Norfolk and Pittsburgh take flight with Breeze Airways at Bradley International Airport July 30, 2021The new nonstops will operate on a single-class Embraer aircraft, with a two-by-two seat configuration.
- New route Quito - Guayaquil - Galapagos is launched July 30, 2021Currently, flights depart from Quito to 7 national destinations and 11 international destinations in North, Central, South America and Europe.
- Residence Inn by Marriott debuts in Colombia, offering upscale living in the heart of Bogotá July 30, 2021The new longer stay property features 131 suites in the City Center, inspiring connectivity with the comforts of home.
- Hyatt Centric Downtown Nashville opens in Nashville's SoBro District July 30, 2021The 252-room Nashville hotels marks the latest opening for Hyatt's rapidly growing lifestyle brand.
- Radisson Hotel Group expands Moroccan presence with the opening of four hotels July 30, 2021The four hotels consist of three inviting resorts and a comfortable seaside residence.
- Alaska Airlines expands technology partnership with Sabre to drive profitability and accelerate growth July 30, 2021The carrier renewed SabreSonic and Intelligence Exchange, expanding its Sabre airline IT agreement to include Sabre’s Dynamic Availability and Group Optimizer product solutions.
- New study on Athens’ tourism carrying capacity starts July 30, 2021Never been a study like it before; World Tourism Association for Culture and Heritage playing a lead role.
- WTTC report signals how Travel & Tourism can help eradicate human trafficking July 30, 2021The International Labour Organization (ILO) has estimated that on any given day in 2016, more than 40 million people around the world were victims of human trafficking.
- UFI releases key findings about the status of sustainability in the exhibition industry July 30, 2021The research shows that exhibitors and visitors believe exhibitions can help them save time and money, while reducing travel to multiple locations and the related carbon footprint. The exhibition industry states that the industry’s transition towards sustainability has progressed to halfway between “only starting” and “very advanced”.