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- Robert Stoeger (Running on Waves): "We want our passengers to feel that they are in a private yacht"
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- The lessons learned for cruises to avoid disasters in today’s world
- The Summer travel surge: Why customer experience will make or break loyalty
- Non-refundable hotel rates and advance bookings are returning
- Water adventure tourism revival supporting diving tourism growth at 5.9% CAGR: New study
- Recovery, Resilience and Loss - A Review of key African hotel markets 2021 by HTI Consulting
- Europe’s airlines brace for a rise on fuel prices, no-fly zones amid war in Ukraine
- Maneuvering through a pandemic: A valuable lesson in the future of tourism and hospitality marketing, as shown by Dongguk University researchers
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July and August could be characterized anything but exhibition months, since they are peak season both for inbound and outbound tourism for most countries, which does not leave them much time for marketing and exhibiting.
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