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Australia, Britain and France issue travel advisories due to Kenyan riots

Riots Hurt Kenyan Coast Tourism Australia, Britain and France issue travel advisories due to Kenyan riots

The Kenyan tourism sector is at crossroads yet again following insecurity incidents at the Kenyan coast long regarded as the country's bastion of tourism activities.

Travel advisories: relevance in today’s times

Hospitality industry already dealing with sluggish demand Travel advisories: relevance in today’s times

Hector D’souza, eTN India

(eTN) - The recent announcement made by the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand advising tourists to take caution when traveling to crowded places in India during the festival season, ...

Phuket Tourist Association wants "flood advisories" lifted

Thai Floods Phuket Tourist Association wants "flood advisories" lifted

PHUKET, Thailand - The Phuket Tourist Association (PTA) has asked for the cooperation of foreign governments to reduce and/or lift travel advisories and warnings issued for Thailand.

Jimenez: Philippines remains attractive and safe destination

Tourism To Philippines Jimenez: Philippines remains attractive and safe destination

MANILA, Philippines - The Department of Tourism (DOT) is not worried about marketing the Philippines as a tourist destination despite the adverse travel advisories on the country.

Kenya urges US to avoid travel bans

Marende: Advisories hurt Kenyan economy, undermined tourism industry Kenya urges US to avoid travel bans

NAIROBI, Kenya - House Speaker Kenneth Marende has asked the outgoing American ambassador to Kenya Michael Ranneberger to advise his government against issuing travel bans to Kenya.

Foreign countries contemplate travel advisories after church attacks in Malaysia

Malaysia Church Attacks May Affect Tourism Foreign countries contemplate travel advisories after church attacks in Malaysia

Chan Kok Leong

KUALA LUMPUR - As the Catholic church grapples with the government over the use of the word “Allah”, the country may yet face more economic setbacks as foreign embassies contemplate updating ...

‘Specific’ travel notices urged

Philippines ‘Specific’ travel notices urged

Estrella Torres

The tourism department is scrambling to manage the incredible damage done to the Philippines by the Maguindanao massacre that included the murder of 14 journalists, and has appealed to foreign ...

Travel advisories to Mexico lifted, MPI confirms meeting

Mexico Travel Advisories Lifted Travel advisories to Mexico lifted, MPI confirms meeting

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lifted its advisory against non-essential travel to Mexico on May 15.

Travel advisories warn to avoid Bangkok

Bangkok Travel Advisories Travel advisories warn to avoid Bangkok

bangkokpost.com

Australia, Russia and Hong Kong have joined governments around the world in warning their citizens to avoid or reconsider travelling to protest-hit Bangkok.

Countries tone down travel advisories, India hopes for tourism revival

India Countries tone down travel advisories, India hopes for tourism revival

indianexpress.com

New Delhi - Even as India continues to remain on a high alert, a number of countries, which had issued grim travel advisories to their citizens in the immediate aftermath of the terror attacks in ...

Travel warning to Solomon Islands downgraded

Travel Advisories Travel warning to Solomon Islands downgraded

Charles Kereau

HONIARA, Solomon Islands (eTN) – The current political stability in the country has caused Australia to downgrade its travel advisory, and its immediate impact on the tourism industry has been ...

Tourists urged to ignore travel advisories

Kenya Tourists urged to ignore travel advisories

Foreign missions' assessment of Kenya's crisis may not be accurate, tour operators have said.

Through their umbrealla body, the Kenya Association of Tour Operators (KATO), they are blaming ...

Flights halted as Kenya violence continues

Kenya Violence Flights halted as Kenya violence continues

Wolfgang H. Thome

(eTN) - All air operations depending on AVGAS and JetA1 aviation fuel have been halted across Uganda due to the lack of available fuel, after the reserves in Entebbe and Kajjansi have run low.

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