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The British Motor Museum has announced a new partnership with King & McGaw to make its extensive photographic archive available around the world.

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) says the introduction of new hotel quarantines by the UK government would force the complete collapse of Travel & Tourism as we know it.

UKinbound a leading travel trade association representing over 300 tourism businesses, have released projections that show that the collapse in international visitors could cost the UK economy up to GDP2,5 billion over the previous Christmas period.

The British Motor Museum is gearing up to run a full schedule of motoring shows and events during this year. At least 17 are being planned for the year, including the return of several popular events such as the Retro Truck Show and Buses Festival that were cancelled due to the pandemic in 2020.

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has joined the GBP65 million Digital Aviation Research and Technology Centre (DARTeC) consortium, due to open next year at Cranfield University in the UK.

British Airways (BA) has announced the appointment of Carrie Harris as its new head of sustainability, reflecting the increasing importance of sustainability for the airline.

The 23rd edition of International Golf Travel Market (IGTM) organised by Reed Travel Exhibitions went virtual this year with a one off IGTM Links that took place October 20 – 22.

The British Motor Museum has been awarded GBP707,000 as part of the government’s GBP1,57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure it has a sustainable future.

British Airways (BA) has announced that from  March 28, 2021 it will operate daily flights from London Heathrow Terminal 5 to Bermuda.

Johanna Bonhill-Smith, travel and tourism analyst, GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company offers her view on the TUI shop closures in the UK.  

According to Bonhill-Smith, this move from TUI UK is unsurprising after the European travel giant already declared initiatives to digitise operations in its half year results earlier this year. With 45 percent of global tourists opting to buy more products online in a post-pandemic world, it is likely that more UK travel agents will evaluate their brick and mortar strategies and make this move to trim costs at a time when demand has not yet returned.