Articles tagged “9/11”

Airlines

20 Years After 9/11 a Resilient Airline Industry Faces New Challenges

There were naysayers after 9/11 that said people would never fly again in droves out of security concerns, and now Covid and its variant joint-venture partners have rocked the travel industry. History has shown, however, that "travel" and the human spirit are indomitable.

20 Years After 9/11 a Resilient Airline Industry Faces New Challenges

Airlines

The Enduring Impact of 9/11 on the Business of Travel

Twenty years after that fated day, enhanced security measures are now just part of the routine of travel — and the cost of doing business across the globe.

The Enduring Impact of 9/11 on the Business of Travel

Coronavirus

What Hoteliers Can Learn From the 9/11 and SARS Crises: New Skift Research

With no way of knowing how long this crisis will last or what recovery will look like, we look back at two past crises to see how the industry reacted then, and what lessons can be learned. Many, as it turns out.

What Hoteliers Can Learn From the 9/11 and SARS Crises: New Skift Research

Business Travel

Are Companies Ready to Travel When the World Switches Back On?

The situation is dire for many suppliers, but corporate travel managers could help hotels and airlines prepare for the rebound — if they act responsibly.

Are Companies Ready to Travel When the World Switches Back On?

Airlines

American and United Airlines to Pay $95 Million in September 11 Settlement

The World Center Properties' litigation over the September 11 attacks took 13 years to resolve. The impact of that day reverberates throughout society, and the legacy will last for lifetimes.

American and United Airlines to Pay $95 Million in September 11 Settlement

Tourism

United Flight 93 National Memorial Visitor Center to Open in September

Flight 93 passenger Todd Beamer's purported last words, "Are you guys ready? OK. Let's roll," as the passengers took on the hijackers will be remembered forever.

United Flight 93 National Memorial Visitor Center to Open in September

Airlines

American Airlines’ Insurers Settle Cantor Fitzgerald 9/11 Suit For $135 Million

The suit was filed a decade ago, and the plaintiffs initially sought $945 million. Damages were limited to recouping the business loss, and did not cover the deaths of those who perished on 9/11.

Rail

World Trade Center Transportation Hub Will Be Destination Unto Its Own

The World Trade Center transportation hub will give renewed life to lower Manhattan, and will be a tribute to the people who perished on 9/11.

World Trade Center Transportation Hub Will Be Destination Unto Its Own

Airlines

Judge nears decision on World Trade Center 9/11 damages suit

Does the law support forcing airlines and other defendants to pay damages to the World Trade Center owners for the September 11 attacks even though the owners have already collected from insurance companies? It looks like the judge in the case is close to issuing a ruling.

Judge nears decision on World Trade Center 9/11 damages suit

SkiftX

NYC 9/11 museum hashes out design details as project nears completion

In a museum that tackles the delicate stories of what happened on 9/11 and the lives that were lost, design plays a huge role in telling the story in a way that is both honest and respectful.

NYC 9/11 museum hashes out design details as project nears completion