A roundup of developments that could affect travel safety in August, including politics, Eid ul-Adha and protests in Hong Kong.
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintIn our July travel safety roundup we examine Greek elections, Gulf tensions and trouble in Honduras. The UK leadership contest also continues.
A roundup of developments that could affect travel safety in April, including weather, elections and the departure of long-standing leaders.
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintThere are numerous events, trends and weather patterns that could affect world travel in March. Many parts of the world mark the beginning of Spring with events like Nowruz and Holi. Mardi Gras and carnivals are also imminent.
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintThere’s trouble in Africa’s biggest countries. Latin America faces a crisis in Venezuela. Millions of people are also set to mark Chinese New Year putting significant pressure on many East Asian travel hubs.
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintExpect extreme weather around the world over the coming year. The World Meteorological Organization is forecasting a 75-80% chance that the El Niño weather pattern will form in the Eastern Pacific Ocean over the next two-three months. When it
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintPlease find below a travel safety calendar for the upcoming month. Summer temperatures are rising in the northern hemisphere, while tensions are similarly on the increase as a number of countries hold high-stakes elections.
A forecast of the travel safety issues to look out for in the month ahead.
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintPlease find below a travel safety calendar for the upcoming month, as well as travel tips, analysis and guidance to help keep you safe.
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintWe are only two weeks into the new year and already thousands of people around the world have faced disasters, criminality, political unrest and subsequent travel disruption. Sudden mudslides swept away homes in California earlier this week while huge