No Olympic Games is ever without its troubles or controversies, and hosting the Games is never cheap. Given what's happened in Rio, however, it's clear that Olympic organizers are realizing they need to be much smarter about which cities they pick to play host: While it's an incredible honor and source of pride for the countries picked, it can also be a tremendous financial and logistical burden, too.
It's only one route, but both American and Delta are trying to do all they can to win the right to fly between Los Angeles and Beijing. Both airlines feel the route is vital to their trans-Pacific ambitions.
Universal's success in Orlando has given the company the lessons it needs to compete with Disney on a global scale.
With less than 1% of the Chinese market Uber has room to grow. But when it's up against two competitors that have 99% of the market between them, that's tough row to hoe.
Passenger volume at China's airports has almost doubled in five years and growth shows no signs of slowing. Beijing will likely need the second facility long before the project is completed.
Hawaiian is rethinking its Asia strategy as it launches new routes to China while cutting some to Korea and Japan.
The implication of Beijing's dangerous pollution problem expand far beyond tourism, but it is one of the sectors that will be increasingly impacted until the government handles the smog.
A sharing site that pays hotel taxes? Whaaaaat?
Balancing the rise of taxi-booking apps and traditional ground transits options is a challenge for airports worldwide. The solution involves a combination of both.
A combination of poor air quality in Beijing, and a bad attitude abroad isn't the best tourism marketing strategy.