Articles tagged “israel”

Tourism

Israel Looks to Boost Tourism Investment for West Bank

As countries like Saudi Arabia and Qatar turn towards tourism to diversify the economy, Dubai wants to make sure that its position as the top tourism destination in the region is maintained.

Israel Looks to Boost Tourism Investment for West Bank

Airlines

First-Ever Israel-Qatar Direct Flights Fly World Cup Fans

Although the deal enabling Israelis to fly non-stop to Qatar is a boon for soccer fans, it's only temporary and far from a definite sign that relations between the two countries will improve.

First-Ever Israel-Qatar Direct Flights Fly World Cup Fans

Airline Weekly

Israel’s El Al Pays Back Government Aid and Focuses on Expansion Now

Israel's El Al is prepping itself to take advantage of a changing geopolitical climate, and challenge the Gulf carriers.

Israel’s El Al Pays Back Government Aid and Focuses on Expansion Now

Hotels

Europe’s Hotels Brace for Energy Crisis

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at the impact of Europe’s energy crisis on hotels, Florida’s push to market new attractions, and Israel’s lure for U.S. airlines.

Europe’s Hotels Brace for Energy Crisis

Airline Weekly

American, Delta, United Airlines Cash In on Resurgent Israel Demand With New Flights

Americans are visiting Israel in record numbers. Airlines are ready with new flights.

American, Delta, United Airlines Cash In on Resurgent Israel Demand With New Flights

Airlines

Saudi Arabia Opens Airspace to More Flights Serving Israel

Being able to fly over Saudi airspace would be a tremendous boon for Israeli carriers like El Al Israel Airlines. The blockade forced them to take more costly and time-consuming routes.

Saudi Arabia Opens Airspace to More Flights Serving Israel

News Blog

Saudi Arabia to Slash Airport Fees to Compete With Rival Hubs

After offering financial incentives to carriers to fly “unprofitable” routes, Saudi Arabia is now luring airlines by cutting airport charges by as much as 35 percent in its bid to compete with the world's biggest airline hubs, most of which happen to be in the Middle East region. Airport charges at three major airports — Riyadh, Jeddah and…

Airline Weekly

El Al Could Expand to India, Southeast Asia With Saudi Airspace Opening

The reopening of Saudi Arabia's airspace to Israeli airlines could be a boon for El Al and others as they eye eastward expansion.

El Al Could Expand to India, Southeast Asia With Saudi Airspace Opening

News Blog

Cyber Attack Against Tour Operator Exposes 300,000 Profiles — Reports

The Israeli government has seized the computer servers of a tour operator after hackers obtained the personal information of 300,000 people. According to local reports, the government’s Privacy Protection Authority division took action against Gol Tours Ltd after a cyber attack more than two weeks ago. Gol Tours operates 20 travel booking websites, including hotel4u.co.il,…

Business Travel

Mastering the New Hidden Travel Networks

Emerging digital nomad "trading routes" was just one revelation at Skift’s Future of Lodging Forum this week, and traditional hotel companies have plenty else to learn from hospitality startups embracing new future of work trends.

Mastering the New Hidden Travel Networks