Articles tagged “carnival”

Cruises

Carnival Says Inflation, Fuel Costs Could Hurt Recovery Momentum

Carnival survived the pandemic long enough to enter the booming travel surge. The cruise operator now has to sail through a new storm — historic inflation and surging costs.

Carnival Says Inflation, Fuel Costs Could Hurt Recovery Momentum

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

U.S. CDC Drops Covid Cruise Warning

it will be interesting to see what kind of large-ship cruise industry returns. Will it be a continuation of 2019’s bigger-is-better approach, or did any of the major lines rethink what their product could be in the age of overtourism and climate change?

U.S. CDC Drops Covid Cruise Warning

Cruises

Carnival Downplays a Covid Surge That Threatens Cruise Recovery

If the Covid surge accelerates, then U.S. health officials could slap the cruise industry with another pause despite the lines' big efforts to make cruising safer.

Carnival Downplays a Covid Surge That Threatens Cruise Recovery

Cruises

Carnival Passengers Are Spending Big Onboard

Pent-up demand isn't merely the desire to start traveling again. In the case of Carnival Corp. passengers, it means spending big to enjoy life during sailings.

Carnival Passengers Are Spending Big Onboard

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

Carnival Posts $2 Billion Quarterly Loss as Cruise Industry Still Navigates Pandemic Perils

Although a gigantic quarterly loss is never good news, Carnival executives should be heartened by the fact brighter days are ahead as cruising finally returns.

Carnival Posts $2 Billion Quarterly Loss as Cruise Industry Still Navigates Pandemic Perils

Cruises

CDC Lets U.S. Cruise Ships Resume Sailing But Still Asks for Caution

The lifting of a U.S.no-sail order, which has been in place since March, will boost the optimism of cruise companies. But the leading U.S. medical watchdog is still recommending that people defer travel on both river and ocean cruise ships worldwide and take other precautions.

CDC Lets U.S. Cruise Ships Resume Sailing But Still Asks for Caution

Hotels

Travel Industry Rage and 11 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

In Skift's top travel stories this week, travel industry leaders are outraged about the Congressional impasse over additional relief monies, Skift Research captured the impact of the pandemic in one GIF, hotels are partnering with co-working companies, and various companies are advocating for digital health passports.

Travel Industry Rage and 11 Other Top Travel Stories This Week