Articles tagged “carnival corporation”

Airlines

Daily Podcast: JetBlue’s Summer Feelings

Good morning from Skift. It's Wednesday, April 24, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: JetBlue’s Summer Feelings

Cruises

Carnival Reports $1.9 Billion Quarterly Loss Amid Omicron Fears

Cruise lines will continue to face hurdles as new lockdowns mount. But they will also need to step up on transparency when it comes to Covid outbreaks on board, lest consumer confidence takes an even bigger hit in 2022.

Carnival Reports $1.9 Billion Quarterly Loss Amid Omicron Fears

Coronavirus

Carnival to Sell $500 Million in Shares as It Resumes Long-Paused Cruises

Cruises operators battered financially by the pandemic need to find ways to stay afloat so selling shares goes a long way in helping them stay in business.

Carnival to Sell $500 Million in Shares as It Resumes Long-Paused Cruises

Coronavirus

Embattled Carnival CEO Boasts the Cruise Giant’s Universal Covid Tests Are Unmatched in Travel

Initial test sailings in Italy have boosted the cruise company's confidence. The U.S. will no doubt be watching Carnival's next sailings in Germany with interest.

Embattled Carnival CEO Boasts the Cruise Giant’s Universal Covid Tests Are Unmatched in Travel

Coronavirus

Carnival Faces U.S. Congressional Investigation Into Its Coronavirus Response

Carnival's recent loans gave it about six months of breathing room to survive without almost no bookings. It needs to act decisively if it wants to restore public confidence in time to avoid an even larger crisis.

Carnival Faces U.S. Congressional Investigation Into Its Coronavirus Response

Coronavirus

Royal Caribbean Tries to Shore Up Finances to Cope With ‘Extraordinary Times’

Some of the major stories around the coronavirus outbreak have centered on cruise ships, and the industry is facing a public relations disaster. The likes of Royal Caribbean need to make sure they can withstand the worst so they can come out on the other side.

Royal Caribbean Tries to Shore Up Finances to Cope With ‘Extraordinary Times’

Cruises

Carnival’s Profit Plummets After Trump Cuba Ban

After a whopping 20 percent drop in second quarter earnings, Carnival is facing the realization that while itineraries to Cuba might have warranted higher-priced tickets, the political volatility of the Trump administration means they were not a safe bet.

Carnival’s Profit Plummets After Trump Cuba Ban

Cruises

Carnival Says China Is a Good Long-Term Cruise Bet Despite Ongoing Struggles

Carnival Corp. reminds us that China is a small part of its business — which is true. But if the market is going to become the world's largest as the company expects, there are a lot of complications to work through.

Carnival Says China Is a Good Long-Term Cruise Bet Despite Ongoing Struggles