Cruise industry leaders confirm the days of the traditional buffet are over

Major cruise line companies are ditching self-service buffets while on-board entertainment could also be cut as part of a raft of changes to trips in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. Guests and crew may also have to be tested for the virus in some cases, or at least pass through infrared controls so their … Read more Cruise industry leaders confirm the days of the traditional buffet are over

Cornwall braces for influx of 80,000 tourists as hospitality industry reopens on ‘Super Saturday’

Cornwall could see a staggering 80,000 tourists entering the county this weekend, as businesses open their doors on ‘Super Saturday’. There is expected to be an influx of visitors as hotels, campsites, pubs and restaurants are allowed to open on July 4, for the first time since lockdown.    Hotels, AirBnBs, campsites and caravan parks are gearing … Read more Cornwall braces for influx of 80,000 tourists as hospitality industry reopens on ‘Super Saturday’

Padma Lakshmi takes a stand on issues impacting women and minorities in the food industry

Padma Lakshmi takes a stand on issues impacting women and minorities in the food industry and says change can come from ‘white male chefs’ By Christine Rendon For Dailymail.com Published: 18:15 BST, 3 July 2020 | Updated: 18:15 BST, 3 July 2020 Padma Lakshmi is taking a stand about the issues impacting females and minorities … Read more Padma Lakshmi takes a stand on issues impacting women and minorities in the food industry

Travel industry bosses demand answers as it emerges TWELVE air bridges have been agreed

Travel industry bosses demand more answers as it emerges just TWELVE air bridges have been agreed with other countries despite list of 95 destinations being published today – with no guarantee that Brits will be allowed in Boris Johnson is set to announce Britons can travel to the majority of the EU Other permitted destinations … Read more Travel industry bosses demand answers as it emerges TWELVE air bridges have been agreed

How not to get burned this summer: Travel industry tries to cut losses

After months of closures and cancellations, holidays abroad are within reach.  This week, holiday firms were bombarded with bookings from sunseeking Britons after the Government revealed it would open ‘air bridges’ to countries where the virus was contained. But those who go abroad this summer may find they cannot get travel insurance for cancellations linked … Read more How not to get burned this summer: Travel industry tries to cut losses