December 11, 2023, 9:56 pm
The local administration in cooperation of the tourist cell will monitor the implementation of the guidelines. Action will be taken if anyone violates the instructions
The beaches and tourist spots in the rest of Cox’s Bazar district will remain closed until further order
Tourism industry in Bangladesh, like other countries in the world, has been hit hard by the Covid-19 Pandemic, with its international hotel sector, a vital organ of the tourism industry, suffering the most
The committee was formed three years after the incident as previous management did not dispose of the issue
Cox’s Bazar Chamber of Commerce and local business organizations discuss on govt. incentive package implementation
The global outbreak of the Covid-19 has affected life and economy unlike anything the world has ever seen. The travel restrictions that came with this pandemic wreaked havoc on the transport and tourism sectors.
The discount is applicable from July 1 to November 30
Cambodia may lose about 3.0 billion US dollars in tourism revenue in 2020 as foreign tourists to the kingdom dropped sharply due to the impact of the COVID-19, said Tourism Minister Thong Khon.
Saudi Arabia, Barcelona, Portugal, Cancun and Seville are among the first destinations to adopt private sector protocols and stamp
Depending on when travel restrictions are lifted, the UNWTO warns that international tourist arrivals could fall by between 60 and 80 percent
The ban on international flights will continue until June 15, CAAB confirmed about the matter to media
CAAB provides various types of aeronautical services, such as landing, parking, route navigation, boarding bridge and embarkation facilities, to airlines
Due to the current COVID-19 global pandemic, international flights have been minimised. Many scheduled tour packages from abroad have been cancelled. Moreover, domestic travellers are unlikely to travel during the official sh
Tourism sector of Bangladesh might face a loss of Tk 60.00 billion from January to December this year due to coronavirus outbreak as the sector has been affected most by the pandemic.
The flights will be operated from Dubai to London, Frankfurt, Paris, Brussels, and Zurich with 4 flights a week to London, and 3 flights each to other destinations
The amount was estimated by the turnover of different segments of the tourism sector
CAAB Chairman Air Vice Marshal M Mofidur Rahman made the announcement on Tuesday
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Those who have already bought tickets will be refunded or, if they so choose, will be able to use their tickets when the airline resumes service
The countries are Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Malaysia, Oman, Singapore and India