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In many countries around the world, tourism professionals, airlines, hotel owners, hotel managers, but also many other employees in tourism are starting to think again about a new start after the Corona crisis and plan the restart.
Since the global tourism industry is currently on the ground, it will be very difficult to restart, but it is absolutely necessary in a timely manner.
However, many people in the tourism and trade fair industry have to rethink their future – or reschedule it. Tourism-Insider has been connected to worldwide tourism for 14 years now and is on the move. That is why publisher and editor-in-chief Joachim Fischer and his team decided to offer help during this difficult time.

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Events, meetings and smaller congresses are permitted again in Berlin from 2 June
Congress industry is an important economic factor for Berlin: 2.63 billion euros turnover and 44,000 full-time jobs. From 2 June, events with up to 150 people inside and up to 200 people outside will once again be possible in Berlin. The Senate of Berlin updated the Containment Measures Ordinance to this effect yesterday.

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says Sir Tim Clark,President of Emirates Airline. He has outlined the company’s response to COVID-19 and its impact on their future strategy during the opening session of ATM Virtual .ATM Virtual to take place until Wednesday 3 June
During the opening session of Arabian Travel Market’s inaugural virtual event, ATM Virtual, aviation industry veteran Sir Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airline, has outlined the impact of COVID-19 on the aviation industry, as well as the measures implemented by the company in response to the pandemic.

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Mekong Tourism Coordinating Office and Myanmar Ministry of Hotels and Tourism decide to postpone the regional flagship tourism conference to 2021 amid the COVID-19 pandemic
The Mekong Tourism Coordinating Office (MTCO) announced on Saturday, May 30th during a webinar hosted by the Myanmar Tourism Marketing Association that the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism of Myanmar decided to move the annual Mekong Tourism Forum dates to February 15-16, 2021 from August 25-26, 2020, amid the current COVID-19 pandemic. The reasoning is based on current travel restrictions, and the low likelihood that conference delegates would be comfortable in a closed meeting venue with over 300 people.

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Destination Eats launches ‘Wing It’ to strengthen company’s cloud kitchen concept in Thailand. Part of Asia’s leading hospitality operator, the Destination Group, Destination Eats launches ‘Wing It’, another vibrant food delivery brand in Bangkok allowing customers to enjoy chicken wings with a wide variety of delicious flavours, sides and more at home with reasonable prices.

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Range of routes extended, especially to major European cities / Frankfurt Airport implements extensive anti-infection measures so flights can resume / Terminal 1 remains the focal point of passenger handling Flight services at Frankfurt Airport are being stepped up significantly from the first week in June. They will focus on connections between cities in Europe, but flights to popular vacation destinations will also increase. For instance, various airlines plan to resume multiple weekly connections to Majorca (6). Further long-haul destinations are also being added to the timetables.

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