Articles tagged “domestic travel”

Travel Technology

An Artificial Intelligence Remedy to Ease Traffic Jam Madness This Summer

Travel reports are revealing that people are going to be spending more time on the road this year than during any other pandemic year. One company is introducing a new technology to make sure people are actually spending that time in transit, not at a traffic light.

An Artificial Intelligence Remedy to Ease Traffic Jam Madness This Summer

Tourism

U.S. Travelers Still Plan Memorial Day Road Trips Despite High Gas Prices

Memorial Day kicks off the summer travel season that will surely test American's resilience for inflation.

U.S. Travelers Still Plan Memorial Day Road Trips Despite High Gas Prices

Coronavirus

Travel Industry Struggles With Sluggish Adoption of Real ID Driver’s Licenses

The bliss of finally being able to travel is making people oblivious to the Real ID requirement, which has been extended twice, and is now just around the corner. For travel advisors, it simply adds more to the pile of potential things that can go wrong.

Travel Industry Struggles With Sluggish Adoption of Real ID Driver’s Licenses

Tourism

Defining the New Chinese Tourist

Even as a McKinsey report deciphers key trends in China’s tourism market this year, the million-dollar question of when the world will get to welcome back Chinese tourists remains largely unanswered. That means a new type of Chinese tourist is opting for deeper local culture experiences.

Defining the New Chinese Tourist

Tourism

China’s Hotels and Restaurants Expect a Huge Lunar New Year Boost

Although local governments in China are advising people not to go anywhere during the Lunar New Year, the busy holiday period passing without any additional Covid outbreaks could go a long way in convincing Beijing to ease restrictions — especially as the government is making a greater push for domestic travel.

China’s Hotels and Restaurants Expect a Huge Lunar New Year Boost

Online Travel

Trip.com Sees China Potentially Easing Travel Curbs in 2022

Six months or a year seem like way longer than that in the Covid era, and anything can happen in the interim. But it is significant that the executive chairman of China's largest online travel agency is postulating that inbound and outbound travel curbs could be softened next year.

Trip.com Sees China Potentially Easing Travel Curbs in 2022

Coronavirus

106 Million Americans Expected to Road Trip This Holiday Season

The holidays continue to point to friends and family reunions and as a result, soaring backyard tourism — in the U.S., but also beyond.

106 Million Americans Expected to Road Trip This Holiday Season

Tourism

Thanksgiving Road Trips Near 2019 Levels as Rural Tourism Continues to Soar

It's a strong sign that domestic tourism will continue to dominate over the holidays and into next year, particularly with the uncertainty looming over international travel with the Omicron variant.

Thanksgiving Road Trips Near 2019 Levels as Rural Tourism Continues to Soar

Coronavirus

Fully Vaccinated Americans Get Green Light to Travel Within U.S.: Health Officials

The U.S. domestic travel industry can rejoice at this next phase in the domestic travel recovery. A shot in the arm, so to speak.

Fully Vaccinated Americans Get Green Light to Travel Within U.S.: Health Officials

Rental Cars

A Rare Travel Winner This Summer Weighs 10 Tons, Gets 18 Miles to the Gallon

With international travel still difficult, and social distancing likely to continue for a while, RVs are an increasingly popular vacation option that allow travelers to go away but still feel the safety of home.

A Rare Travel Winner This Summer Weighs 10 Tons, Gets 18 Miles to the Gallon