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Tourism

U.S. Travelers Still Plan Memorial Day Road Trips Despite High Gas Prices

Memorial Day kicks off the summer travel season that will surely test American's resilience for inflation.

U.S. Travelers Still Plan Memorial Day Road Trips Despite High Gas Prices

Online Travel

The Great Merging and Other Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Skift founder and CEO Rafat Ali writes about the blending of work, travel, and personal lives, Ghana's decision to use celebrities to promote tourism emerges as problematic, and the labor shortage in hospitality enhances the need for robots in hotels.

The Great Merging and Other Top Stories This Week

Travel Booking

Travelers Plan to Spend Big on International Travel This Summer: New Report

Pent-up demand for international travel seems unstoppable as tourists refuse to slow down regardless of the travel industry's ongoing anxiety concerning rising prices.

Travelers Plan to Spend Big on International Travel This Summer: New Report

Online Travel

Airbnb Upgrades Search and More Travel Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Airbnb makes a major modification, Tripadvisor appoints a new CEO, and the endangered status of giraffes exposes the fragility of Africa's wildlife tourism.

Airbnb Upgrades Search and More Travel Stories This Week

Tourism

Puerto Rico Empowers Locals for First Post-Pandemic Tourism Campaign

Humanizing local communities in popular global tourism destinations is still frighteningly not happening as it should, but Puerto Rico's new campaign shares local stories told about, and by, real individuals to portray a genuine picture of who they are.

Puerto Rico Empowers Locals for First Post-Pandemic Tourism Campaign

Airlines

United’s New Pilot School Readies Its First Class for a More Inclusive Cockpit

For the longest time, especially to minority communities, becoming a pilot has been been an out-of-reach career. Today, United's Aviate Academy is taking strides to change that, defining true accessibility for everyone and along the way addressing a pilot shortage holding all of aviation back.

United’s New Pilot School Readies Its First Class for a More Inclusive Cockpit

Tourism

Thailand’s New India Strategy and More Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Thailand eases its travel curbs and targets the Indian market, inflation forces travelers to modify their summer plans, and Arnold Donald is stepping down as Carnival CEO.

Thailand’s New India Strategy and More Top Stories This Week

Online Travel

Camping Holds Its Own Even as Other Travel Comes Roaring Back

Travelers are still faithfully flocking to campgrounds, despite other forms of travel opening up. Now, variations of camping, like glamping and RVing, are replacing higher-maintenance leisure travel. They are also providing a new way to approach remote working.

Camping Holds Its Own Even as Other Travel Comes Roaring Back

Travel Booking

Travelers Plan to Alter Summer Travel Plans Because of Higher Prices: New Survey

Pent-up travel demand meets inflation. Here's what a new survey found out about how travelers plan to deal with higher prices.

Travelers Plan to Alter Summer Travel Plans Because of Higher Prices: New Survey

Tourism

Mask Mandates Disappear and More Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, major U.S. airlines didn't hesitate to lift mask requirements, travel numbers in Japan begin steadily rising, and a hotel in South Carolina offers insight on how to create a disability inclusive workforce.

Mask Mandates Disappear and More Top Stories This Week