Articles tagged “bus”

Airline Weekly

United Airlines Goes the Last Mile With New Bus Service to Ski Resorts

United Airlines Goes the Last Mile With New Bus Service to Ski Resorts

Online Travel

Amazon Adds Bus Tickets in India in Pursuit of Superapp Strategy

Slowly but surely Amazon is building up a considerable travel presence in India via its app. How deep and far will it eventually decide to go?

Amazon Adds Bus Tickets in India in Pursuit of Superapp Strategy

Online Travel

Transportation Booker GoEuro Changing Name to Omio

A new name shows that GoEuro has ambitions outside of Europe. Can it deliver on this promise?

Transportation Booker GoEuro Changing Name to Omio

Online Travel

GoEuro Touts Growth in Ground Transport But Sees No Profit in Sight

GoEuro CEO Naren Shaam said his company is having strong growth in helping consumers book intercity trips on their smartphones. But can he guide his company into profitability?

GoEuro Touts Growth in Ground Transport But Sees No Profit in Sight

Transport

Bus Travel Is Growing Around the World, But Airline Competition Is Increasing

As economies around the world continue to fluctuate from boom to bust times, the bus market will remain relevant to capitalize on what consumers can afford and what amenities they're willing to give up -- or gain -- from choosing the road over the skies.

Bus Travel Is Growing Around the World, But Airline Competition Is Increasing

Rail

Budget Bus Travel Boom in France Following Deregulation

A perfect example of how people will always want to travel. If you make travel easier and more affordable to do so, you'll be opening up movement and commerce in a way that can be an economic boost, too.

Budget Bus Travel Boom in France Following Deregulation

Rental Cars

New York Faces $10 Billion Price Tag to Replace Main Bus Terminal

The Port Authority Bus Terminal is a relic of New York's past, but the Port Authority's many improvement projects -- including its airports -- make it difficult to say which should be prioritized for both locals and visitors.

New York Faces $10 Billion Price Tag to Replace Main Bus Terminal

Tourism

NYC Tour Bus Companies Pay $7.5 Million in Antitrust Settlement

Despite travelers' increasing affinity for more local experience, the tour bus remains a quintessential part of the tourism industry and profitable venture -- especially in a city as large as New York.

NYC Tour Bus Companies Pay $7.5 Million in Antitrust Settlement

Online Travel

Bus Booking Platform Busbud Raises $9 Million to Expand

Busbud sets itself apart from other bus travel startups in both the breadth of its inventory and the markets it is going after, especially South America where bus travel is more common than the U.S.

Bus Booking Platform Busbud Raises $9 Million to Expand

Online Travel

Greyhound CEO on the Challenges Facing Bus Booking Startups

The bus market is considerably different from air travel and hotels, but based on Greyhound's startup experiment there still remains an opportunity for one or two bus travel aggregators to break through.

Greyhound CEO on the Challenges Facing Bus Booking Startups