A lot of attention for the travel sector during the press conference on Tuesday evening; attention that the industry is not waiting for in this way. After practically standing still for more than a year, the negative travel advice is extended again until mid-May. Now the travel industry the always well-booked May holiday with this
At the request of travel industry organization ANVR, research bureau GfK this week conducted a representative sample among the Dutch population and asked about the consumer's perception of their holiday this summer. This research shows that we are looking for the holiday destination closer to home, safely and responsibly high
Today, 60 European travel and tourism organizations, in which the Dutch travel industry organization ANVR is also represented, have made recommendations to EU governments to restart tourism in a coordinated way if the health situation allows. The Dutch, one of the most travel-loving consumers in Europe, is now eager to go on a holiday or business trip.
The severely affected travel sector, which has now been practically completely shut down for about 10 months and has been requested not to carry out any trips at least until April 1, will talk to outgoing Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Thursday 28 January. ANVR chairman Frank Oostdam and vice-chairman also TUI director Arjan Kers want to meet
The ANVR responds moderately positively to the expansion of the support measures and is pleased that the cabinet is making extra support available to help companies through this crisis. Both large and small travel companies are affiliated with the travel industry organization for business and leisure travelers, independent travel agents and travel agency restaurants, close and distant travel specialists.