Articles tagged “hawaii”

Airlines

Daily Podcast: Spirit’s JetBlue Fears

Good morning from Skift. It's Friday, May 6, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Spirit’s JetBlue Fears

Airlines

Japan’s Airlines Hope Hawaii Demand Will Offer Lifeline

Japan won’t have real recovery until conditions allow it to safely drop its barriers to entry, but in the meantime nothing takes the mind off of your troubles like many, many trips to Hawaii.

Japan’s Airlines Hope Hawaii Demand Will Offer Lifeline

Hotels

Hawaii’s Cultural Diplomat Bridging the Gap Between Reality and Misperception

Danny Akaka, a historian and ambassador at Auberge Resorts Mauna Lani in Hawaii, represents the best of modern cultural diplomacy. He's worked at the property for 39 years and shares the stories, oral traditions, and spirit of the area with guests who can't get enough. As luxury travelers look for more meaning in their travels, this is a masterclass on how to broker it elegantly.

Hawaii’s Cultural Diplomat Bridging the Gap Between Reality and Misperception

Hotels

Hotel Developers Still See Opportunities in Travel’s Crowded Hotspots

Recent moves by MCR, JL Capital, Indian Hotels Company, and Generator show how developers pry their hotels into built-up destinations.

Hotel Developers Still See Opportunities in Travel’s Crowded Hotspots

Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines Surprises With Breakaway Distribution Strategy

For years, a handful of large airline groups outside of the U.S. have slapped surcharges on airfare sold via legacy technology. Hawaiian is the first U.S.-based airline to add distribution surcharges.

Hawaiian Airlines Surprises With Breakaway Distribution Strategy

Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines Bets on New Business Class Suites and 9 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Hawaiian Airlines bets a new business class cabin will attract leisure travelers, the UK is increasing taxes on long-haul flights, and Hilton gets an enormous boost from strong business travel numbers.

Hawaiian Airlines Bets on New Business Class Suites and 9 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines Gambles on Big New Business Class Cabin

Hawaiian Airlines is late to the lie-flat seat game, but its new Boeing 787s will have 34 beds in the front of the aircraft. Why? The airline thinks leisure travelers, especially from Japan, will pony up when travel restrictions ease and they resume vacations to Hawaii again.

Hawaiian Airlines Gambles on Big New Business Class Cabin

Tourism

The Key to Hawaii Tourism’s Future Rests With State Elections in 2022

Tackling overtourism and committing to sustainable growth requires new public policy and support from the top layers of government. For Hawaii, that opportunity could come next August.

The Key to Hawaii Tourism’s Future Rests With State Elections in 2022

Tourism

Hawaii’s Governor Tells Tourists to Stay Home as Covid-19 Surges

Listen to voices like this governor and we'll all get through this faster.

Hawaii’s Governor Tells Tourists to Stay Home as Covid-19 Surges

Airline Weekly

Hawaiian Airlines Having One Hot Summer as Mainland Demand Beats 2019

Hawaiian Airlines Having One Hot Summer as Mainland Demand Beats 2019