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A nation-wide survey of youth tourism operators to measure the impact the expiration of JobKeeper will have on the inbound youth travel industry has validated the concerns BYTAP has expressed to the government.
The latest article in WYSE Travel Confederation’s Travel Business Impact Series looks at expected business recovery dates for organisations active in the youth, student and educational industry.
A round-up of our most popular news articles of the year.
a&o Hostels has partnered with Berlin startup Das Lab to offer COVID-19 testing facilities at selected properties in Germany.
The September Survey asked youth travel businesses about their contribution to the 17 SDGs. Findings suggest that while many respondents make some contribution to the SDGs, the contributions are unevenly distributed across world regions and travel sectors.
Despite a sluggish start to recovery, accommodation performance patterns in London and comparable markets suggest performance in the coming months will improve.
The September edition of the survey asked buyers of hostel accommodation whether they are satisfied with the hostels they currently work with and what they will look for in hostel partners for 2021.
As of September, the expected change in demand for 2020 compared to 2019 seems to have levelled out at -70%. After a slight show of optimism (-62%) in June, there has been little change and the picture across world regions is similarly stable.
Hostelling International USA (HI USA), the nation’s largest hostel network, has announced the reopening of ten of its hostels.
This article based on the August edition of WYSE’s COVID-19 Travel Business Impact Survey takes a look at when youth travel businesses in different world regions are expecting economic recovery to begin.
The August edition of the COVID-19 Travel Business Impact Survey takes a look at the extent to which internships, study abroad and other travel-based educational and cultural exchange programmes have gone digital this year and what the digital shift might look like for 2021.
We take a look at data from the July edition of the COVID-19 Travel Business Impact Survey and the impact of the United States’ suspension of the J-1 visa. We also consider the move of some cultural exchange programmes online and the impacts of visa uncertainty on the youth travel industry.