Ian Guider: We need someone with a plan to save tourism, and that person is Michael O‘Leary
Love him or loathe him, the Ryanair chief executive will play a crucial role when the tourism industry eventually regroups after the pandemic
Noticeably absent from the government’s latest roadmap to reopening the country last week was any mention of the prospect of overseas tourism resuming this year.
There may be a small window for domestic tourism this summer from late July and August, but that is it. A second summer will have passed for the tourism and hospitality industry: 2021 will emulate 2020 as a complete wipeout, and some of those businesses clinging on for...
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Comment: Hope at last for tourism industry which still needs ongoing support
Micheál Martin’s announcement was welcome but questions remain, such as how long will Mandatory Hotel Quarantine be kept in place and is there a successor to the flop that was the Stay and Spend Scheme?
Owner of Dublin’s Leprechaun Museum predicts a slow recovery for businesses
Tom O’Rahilly said the visitor profile for his Dublin tourist attraction would also change due to Brexit and a possible four-day week
Fáilte Ireland to invest €6m in online tourist booking service for tourist attractions
The ‘Digital that Delivers’ scheme will provide specialised training and digitalisation services for vistor attractions