Articles tagged “germany”

Coronavirus

Lufthansa Confident It Can Pay Off Its Rescue Loan Within a Year as Bookings Return

Summer comes to the rescue of this much leaner airline, and CEO Carsten Spohr will be glad to get rid of the overhanging debt it accumulated.

Lufthansa Confident It Can Pay Off Its Rescue Loan Within a Year as Bookings Return

Airline Weekly

Germany Begins Selling Lufthansa Stake Despite Challenges Ahead

Germany Begins Selling Lufthansa Stake Despite Challenges Ahead

Business Travel

TUI Eyes Recovery as Germans Finally Start Booking Their Summer Holidays

This is the moment TUI has been waiting for — a decisive swing back to holiday bookings and positive cashflow.

TUI Eyes Recovery as Germans Finally Start Booking Their Summer Holidays

Tourism

Lifting U.S. Restrictions on European Travelers Now Being Considered by President Biden

The phrase being used is a sustainable reopening. Unfortunately, the only thing sustainable about much of Europe at the moment is the continuing rise in infections. Biden's final call may well be delayed.

Lifting U.S. Restrictions on European Travelers Now Being Considered by President Biden

Tourism

Switzerland Hopes Europeans Can Fill Gap Left by Absent Asian Tourists

The pandemic has been a wake-up call for the Alpine region, which now needs to rethink future marketing strategies to attract a broader base of visitors.

Switzerland Hopes Europeans Can Fill Gap Left by Absent Asian Tourists

Coronavirus

German Tourism Industry Says Tighter Travel Restrictions Could Result in Layoffs

The European Commission may have agreed on a proposal for a new Covid pass to allow easy travel across the EU, but Germany's tourism industry may need a bigger boost than that as its leaders consider tougher travel restrictions.

German Tourism Industry Says Tighter Travel Restrictions Could Result in Layoffs

Tourism

Berlin Museums to Welcome Guests as Germany Eases Lockdown Rules

The lonely bust of Queen Nefertiti and the abandoned gate of Ishtar may finally see some visitors in Berlin's silent museums as Germany allows visitors to book viewings.

Berlin Museums to Welcome Guests as Germany Eases Lockdown Rules

Online Travel

Startup HomeToGo Is Defying Conventional Wisdom in Vacation Rental Search

HomeToGo goes against what is considered a viable business model for metasearch. The startup offers vacation rental property managers a somewhat different way to pay for reaching consumers. Yet Google remains a potentially dangerous rival, depending on how the search giant pursues the vacation rental sector.

Startup HomeToGo Is Defying Conventional Wisdom in Vacation Rental Search

Tourism

Staycation Summer Across Europe Will Drive Local Tourism

While much of the world will likely go back to pre-Covid practices that drive overtourism, one can hope that the events of the past year will give people a greater appreciation of the benefits of local travel.

Staycation Summer Across Europe Will Drive Local Tourism

Business Travel

TUI Places Hopes on Vaccinated UK Travelers to Drive a Summer Recovery

TUI managed to keep some hotels open last year, and while they weren't exactly full, it will have learned lessons operating during Covid which could help it snap back quicker than most.

TUI Places Hopes on Vaccinated UK Travelers to Drive a Summer Recovery