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Skift Meetings

Atlantic City Supports Meaningful Meetings With New Education Series

Visit Atlantic City’s content program is designed to give event planners the resources and knowledge to intertwine sustainability into their entire programs and to get a better appreciation for the destination as a whole.

Atlantic City Supports Meaningful Meetings With New Education Series

Airlines

International Passenger Flights on Electric Planes are Coming to Europe This Summer

Bookings are now open for the first publicly available international electric flights in Europe — but the trips come with a few pre-departure caveats.

International Passenger Flights on Electric Planes are Coming to Europe This Summer

Podcasts

NYC Airbnb Details, FAA Loopholes and China Visa Waivers

Today's podcast looks at Legit Airbnb’s in New York, a charter jet loophole, and China’s expanded visa waiver scheme.

NYC Airbnb Details, FAA Loopholes and China Visa Waivers

Business Travel

TravelPerk Acquires AmTrav, Doubling U.S. Revenue

TravelPerk has joined a group of business travel companies making acquisitions this year, and industry decision makers say there are more to come.

TravelPerk Acquires AmTrav, Doubling U.S. Revenue

Airlines

IndiGo Widens Lead in Indian Market Share – India Report

The Indian aviation sector is adding more airports across the country, and airlines are investing in upgrading and expanding their fleets. A consistent growth in domestic air passenger traffic is crucial to their return on investments, especially as international airlines are eyeing this growing consumer base.

IndiGo Widens Lead in Indian Market Share – India Report

Daily Lodging Report

Lodging Stocks Rise With the Broader Market

The U.S. stock market rose again today and most lodging stocks came along for the ride upward.

Short-Term Rentals

NYC Has Approved Just 2,242 Short-Term Rental Host Registrations

New York City has only approved a couple of thousand host registrations, and all for reservations where the host is present during the stay. That's great news for neighborhoods sick of house parties and illegal hotels, and dour news for tourists and short-term rental platforms.

NYC Has Approved Just 2,242 Short-Term Rental Host Registrations

Startups

Former Airbnb Execs Back Subletting Startup in NYC

Short-term rental regulations in New York City have harmed some businesses, but here's an example of a startup whose founders said the rules have helped.

Former Airbnb Execs Back Subletting Startup in NYC

Airlines

FAA Seeks to Toughen Safety Rules on Public Charter Carriers Like JSX

The move could be a blow to carriers like JSX, whose appeal is in part offering customers a private jet-like experience.

FAA Seeks to Toughen Safety Rules on Public Charter Carriers Like JSX

Skift Meetings

Detroit, a Community That Cares

Discover Detroit's ongoing transformation and the cutting-edge developments turning the city into a dynamic hub for major events.

Detroit, a Community That Cares

Startups

Hotel and Short-Term Rental Tech Startups Raise Over $70 Million

Most of the startups that raised money last week were focused on helping hotels and short-term rentals book more guests and smooth out operations.

Hotel and Short-Term Rental Tech Startups Raise Over $70 Million