Articles tagged “airlines + transport”

Airlines

Lessons From an Executive Who Packed Up His Family to Travel Non-Stop During the Pandemic

A South Florida businessman and his family took a calculated risk to continue flying throughout the pandemic while working remotely. If including families on business trips is what the future of business travel entails, airlines need to pay attention.

Lessons From an Executive Who Packed Up His Family to Travel Non-Stop During the Pandemic

Business Travel

Air New Zealand’s Domestic Corporate Travel Has Recovered to 90 Percent of Pre-Pandemic Levels

It's an impressive bounce back and a sign that companies are willing to travel again, despite the Zoom effect.

Air New Zealand’s Domestic Corporate Travel Has Recovered to 90 Percent of Pre-Pandemic Levels

Tourism

Digital Health Passports Gain Traction as Countries Take Cues From Airlines

It's reassuring to see several destinations, including Australia with its hard-line stance on border restrictions, warm to the idea of digital health passports.

Digital Health Passports Gain Traction as Countries Take Cues From Airlines

Coronavirus

Digital Health Passports Explained in 5 Questions

A passport tends to imply freedom of movement, but with so many options and fast-changing restrictions, travelers need to do their homework before choosing one.

Digital Health Passports Explained in 5 Questions

Airlines

Transportation Will Play Vital Role in Pandemic Recovery, Buttigieg Vows During Hearing

Confirmation hearings can be contentious, but Thursday's hearing to confirm Pete Buttigieg as the nation's first open LGBTQ cabinet member seemed more like a gathering of old friends. But Buttigieg was clear: transportation can play a leading role in bringing the country back.

Transportation Will Play Vital Role in Pandemic Recovery, Buttigieg Vows During Hearing

Coronavirus

IAG Buys Air Europa in Cut-Price $607 Million Airline Deal

A smart negotiation from the owner of British Airways and Iberia, which now gets to expand into Latin America while there's no payment due for another six years.

IAG Buys Air Europa in Cut-Price $607 Million Airline Deal

Coronavirus

Britain Tightens Its Borders to Keep Out New Strains of Covid-19

Bold action, but its effectiveness hangs on how strictly airlines and airports enforce this latest policy.

Britain Tightens Its Borders to Keep Out New Strains of Covid-19

Airlines

New Security Measures by Airlines Could Be Permanent Long After the D.C. Riots

After the events in the U.S. Capitol that shook the world followed by aggressive boldness in passengers, airlines and law enforcement are applying fresh security measures. Like in the aftermath of 9/11, will some of these stick around?

New Security Measures by Airlines Could Be Permanent Long After the D.C. Riots

Coronavirus

Travel Decline Prompts Largest Drop in U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Since World War 2

It's been regarded as a silver lining to the pandemic, but even with this headstart and a greener president, the U.S. shouldn't assume the country's path to net-zero emissions will be any easier.

Travel Decline Prompts Largest Drop in U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Since World War 2

Business Travel

The Hidden Costs of Airlines Selling Direct

The surcharges may be disappearing, but the pressure will be on travel agencies to keep up with the airlines, and passengers may ultimately be left picking up the tab.

The Hidden Costs of Airlines Selling Direct