Articles tagged “hurricanes”

Airlines

Full Video: American Airlines CEO at Skift Aviation Forum 2022

Robert Isom believes the worst is behind American Airlines, and the airline's operations are running as smoothly as they can be. In this interview, the CEO reveals the bigger things on his mind as he maps out American's longer term future.

Full Video: American Airlines CEO at Skift Aviation Forum 2022

Tourism

New Orleans’ Incoming Tourism Chief Eyes International Marketing Shift

New Orleans & Company incoming president and CEO Walter Leger's embrace of new age marketing tactics and technology, as well as his political experience, signal changes are coming to the Big Easy.

New Orleans’ Incoming Tourism Chief Eyes International Marketing Shift

Tourism

Florida Lets Tourists Know It’s Still Open for Business

While Hurricane Ian left its physical mark on a few destinations in Florida, it delivered a media image scar much wider in geographic scope that will be a challenge to overcome.

Florida Lets Tourists Know It’s Still Open for Business

Tourism

How One Florida County Is Confronting the Tourism Hit From Hurricane Ian

“What Hurricane Ian was not able to wash away, though, is our resilience." Those are the words of hope from one tourism official in Lee County along Florida's Gulf Coast. It will take every bit of that resilience to restore the region's once-thriving tourism trade.

How One Florida County Is Confronting the Tourism Hit From Hurricane Ian

News Blog

Airbnb.org, Expedia Group Aid Hurricane Relief Efforts

Airbnb.org and Expedia Group are providing support to people displaced by Hurricanes Fiona and Ian. Airbnb.org, a nonprofit that says it operates independently from Airbnb, announced that it has committed $5 million to provide free housing on a temporary basis to people displaced by Hurricane Fiona in the Caribbean and Hurricane Ian on the U.S.…

Tourism

Hurricane Ian Delivers Costly Blow to Florida Resorts and Hotels

Insurers predict Hurricane Ian will be the costliest storm since 1992, with extensive damage to hotels and resorts, on top of the many homes wrecked.

Hurricane Ian Delivers Costly Blow to Florida Resorts and Hotels

Airlines

Airlines Scrap Over 1,200 U.S. Flights in Wake of Hurricane Ian Making Landfall

Our thoughts are with all those endangered by Hurricane Ian.

Airlines Scrap Over 1,200 U.S. Flights in Wake of Hurricane Ian Making Landfall

Tourism

Lessons for Reviving Caribbean Tourism One Year After Hurricanes’ Devastation

The Caribbean's tourism industry has faced one of the most challenging years in its history. But the silver lining with 2017's hurricanes is that more destinations are now seriously talking about the threat of climate change and have rebuilt themselves stronger as a result.

Tourism

Tourism Group Ups Proposed Budget to $20 Million to Promote Caribbean After Hurricanes

Details are still being hammered out for this new Caribbean marketing fund as hurricane season officially begins June 1. Many cruise ship passengers already consider the Caribbean as a collective destination, but still, why did it take decades for this fund to come about?

Tourism Group Ups Proposed Budget to $20 Million to Promote Caribbean After Hurricanes

Business Travel

Crisis Management Beyond Everyday Hospitality — New Luxury

A true test of any business is how they cope when things go wrong. This is especially true when it's out of their control. Hotels hit by the recent hurricanes will have learned plenty of lessons from their varied experiences.

Crisis Management Beyond Everyday Hospitality — New Luxury