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Marriott International announces a year of room growth and signings in 2021

The company added a record 86,000 gross rooms and 517 properties in 2021, achieving net rooms’ growth of approximately 4 per cent for year

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Consumer Survey finds 70 per cent of travelers plan to holiday in 2021

Research provides data on issues industry needs to address to hasten recovery. An overwhelming majority of US and Canadian travelers (99 percent) are eager to travel again, with 70 percent stating that they plan to take a holiday in 2021, according to a Travel Leaders Group survey of nearly 3,000 frequent travelers.

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WTTC celebrates as 100 destinations get the 'Safe Travels' stamp

The Philippines was revealed as the 100th destination. Maldives, Uganda, Bermuda and Montenegro are also to get the world's first global safety and hygiene stamp.

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WTTC calls for ‘air corridors’ between key global cities to restore business travel

Airport testing pilot corridor between London and New York could herald the return of international travel.

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Trade & Travel Tech Accelerator welcomes WTTC as Leading Voice

WTTC Members will have an opportunity to engage with technology companies participating in T&T’s inaugural accelerator, focused on enhancing passenger screening and safety in the trade and travel industries.

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WTTC launches Insurance Guidelines for Travel & Tourism sector

Insurance Guidelines will aid the reopening of Travel and Tourism sector.

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WTTC launches Safe Travels protocols for aviation, airports, MICE and tour operators

New measures help to rebuild confidence for travellers, latest protocols aid the reopening of Travel & Tourism sector.

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WTTC gives nod for Europe to safely restart Travel and Tourism

WTTC's research shows 6.4 million travel and tourism jobs impacted across the EU.

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Urgent Appeal to International Community to Support African Travel and Tourism Sector

The request is being made by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) and the Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA).

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