As more and more countries around the world ease travel restrictions, World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has launched a new program to monitor the recovery of tourism – Tourism Recovery Tracker, in support of global tourism. An extensive tourism dashboard is the result partnerships of international organizations and the private sector, covers key indicators of tourism performance by months, regions and subregions, and enables recovery comparison sectors worldwide and real-time industries. According to the latest data from the World Tourism Organization, a sharp drop in demand for international travel during the first six months of this year has led to a loss of as much as 440 million international arrivals and eye $ 460 billion income from international tourism. That’s about it five times the loss in revenues from international tourism from that recorded 2009 in the midst of the global financial crisis. Source: UNWTO UNWTO’s Tourism Recovery Tracker is available free of charge and is a joint effort of a group of partners, including the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), ForwardKeys, STR, Sawyer and AIRDNA. “Tracker” collects everything relevant data providing governments and private companies with the ability to monitor the recovery of tourism at the global and regional levels, along with information on major destinations for international tourism. That’s right on one place can find data on international tourist arrivals, seat capacity on international and domestic airlines, air travel reservations, hotel searches and reservations, occupancy rates and demand for short-term rentals.