Articles tagged “laws”

Hotels

Airbnb to Block Listings in France When Hosts Haven’t Registered

Airbnb has been slow to clamp down on rogue listings, but the company has long had conflicts with French regulators so being a good citizen would be in Airbnb's long-term interests.

Airbnb to Block Listings in France When Hosts Haven’t Registered

Business Travel

New Packaged Vacations Law in Europe Causing Confusion

Despite the travel industry having had years to get used to the idea of new rules governing the sale of vacations in the European Union, there are still plenty of people still scratching their heads over the changes.

New Packaged Vacations Law in Europe Causing Confusion

Rail

Virginia Becomes First State to Help Fund Amtrak Service

This was the only reasonable way to preserve a necessary service long subsidized by the federal government though used unevenly throughout the states.

Virginia Becomes First State to Help Fund Amtrak Service

Airlines

Crash Attorneys Suspected of Breaking U.S. Law to Contact Asiana Survivors

The attorneys argue the 45-day communication block gives airlines the opportunity to offer flyers a settlement sum far below what they deserve leading to the question whether the U.S. is protecting its consumers or major corporations.

Crash Attorneys Suspected of Breaking U.S. Law to Contact Asiana Survivors

Tourism

California senator pushes for later last calls to boost LA tourism

Clubs’ closing hours and public drinking laws have a fundamental impact on tourist’s perceptions of a place, but relaxed regulations carry their own set of potential consequences.

California senator pushes for later last calls to boost LA tourism