Articles tagged “los angeles”

Airlines

Mexico’s Volaris Expects to Launch Los Angeles Route by December

Confident about its ability to tap into the market to switch bus passengers to air travel, Volaris is planning to expand operations in the U.S. But before that the airline will have to wait for the U.S. to restore Mexico's aviation safety rating.

Mexico’s Volaris Expects to Launch Los Angeles Route by December

Tourism

Daily Podcast: Super Bowl Tourism in L.A.

Good morning from Skift. It's Monday, February 14, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Super Bowl Tourism in L.A.

Coronavirus

Los Angeles Tourism to See Record Rebound on Super Bowl Weekend

Los Angeles keeps defying the odds when it comes to city appeal in a pandemic. But it does check off all the key boxes that travelers now seek: drive and fly leisure destinations, plus warm weather year-round, beaches, and major events. It's no surprise then that the Super Bowl is going to help accelerate its rebound.

Los Angeles Tourism to See Record Rebound on Super Bowl Weekend

Tourism

How 2 BFFs-Turned-Coffee Mavens Are Bridging Communities Through Hospitality

To see two Black female coffeehouse owners and roasters in the U.S. is a rare thing, but a shared purpose brought Shanita Nicholas and Amanda-Jane Thomas together to launch Sip & Sonder to support Black entrepreneurs from bean to cup, and through a common experience. Their latest journey: supplying hotels.

How 2 BFFs-Turned-Coffee Mavens Are Bridging Communities Through Hospitality

Tourism

Los Angeles Tourism CEO Sees International Arrivals as Key to Full Recovery

As the U.S. prepares to reopen fully to the vaxxed, Los Angeles is seeing signs of demand from Canada, the UK and even Australia — proof that one of America's most popular cities is far from dead.

Los Angeles Tourism CEO Sees International Arrivals as Key to Full Recovery

EventMB

Discover Los Angeles Partners with Clear Health Pass to Support the Return to Large-Scale Events

Discover Los Angeles Partners with Clear Health Pass to Support the Return to Large-Scale Events

Tourism

Los Angeles Tourism Scripts Early Comeback Story as California Reopens

For a state that's restricted businesses and tourism for a year, the rebound is a rapid one — particularly for a major city.

Los Angeles Tourism Scripts Early Comeback Story as California Reopens

Rail

Las Vegas High-Speed Rail Line Next in U.S. if Brightline Gets Its Way

Brightline wants to make sure that private companies have equal access to the billions of dollars in new passenger rail funds proposed by President "Amtrak Joe" Biden. That could allow the railroad to speed up work on the country's next high-speed rail line between Las Vegas and Southern California.

Las Vegas High-Speed Rail Line Next in U.S. if Brightline Gets Its Way

Airlines

Undersized JetBlue Wants to Leverage This Crisis to Grow at Big Airports

JetBlue wants to expand in a time of crisis. It should be a sound strategy. But there's a potential problem: All U.S. airlines are in considerable trouble, including JetBlue.

Undersized JetBlue Wants to Leverage This Crisis to Grow at Big Airports

Hotels

5 Takeaways From the Year’s Largest Hotel Industry Conference

The hotel industry is expected to have a slowdown in profits this year, yet companies keep starting new brands and expanding existing ones. Where is this optimism coming from?

5 Takeaways From the Year’s Largest Hotel Industry Conference