Articles tagged “nyc”

Tourism

Reopened Museums Lean Into Local Tourism Boom

The physical experience of a museum visit will remain incomparable to a virtual experience, which is why these museums are trying to lure visitors burnt out from watching art on a screen.

Reopened Museums Lean Into Local Tourism Boom

Hotels

Airbnb-NYC Settlement Means Hosts Will Get Delisted If They Don’t Consent to Information-Sharing

If Airbnb will ever succeed in easing New York's stringent short-term rental regulations, a precursor would be the type of hosting-information-sharing pact that it reached with the city. It doesn't guarantee lighter regulation, but many things could be on the table in the new normal of a post-coronavirus New York City.

Airbnb-NYC Settlement Means Hosts Will Get Delisted If They Don’t Consent to Information-Sharing

Airlines

United Airlines Cuts 90 Percent of Flights Out of New York City Area

For anyone who has ever stood in line or wandered Terminal C at Newark it's difficult to imagine fewer than 20 flights a day coming in or out.

United Airlines Cuts 90 Percent of Flights Out of New York City Area

Short-Term Rentals

Airbnb Tells Judge It Didn’t Control Illegal NYC Hotels

Skift has been reporting on this for years. Like every other major corporation, Airbnb needs to let outsiders see it's real numbers. Until that happens, the playing field is not level.

Airbnb Tells Judge It Didn’t Control Illegal NYC Hotels

Airlines

LaGuardia Airport in New York Saw Flight Delays After Transformer Malfunction

You can expect the incident to impact flight schedules into Friday, if not for much of the day.

LaGuardia Airport in New York Saw Flight Delays After Transformer Malfunction

Tourism

FAO Schwarz Hopes Tourists Come Back When It Returns to New York City

It makes sense for FAO Schwarz's new owners to try to revive the storied brand, which is as much about a tourist experience as selling actual goods. Expect to see pop-up FAO shops for the holidays in the UK, Spain, and Australia.

FAO Schwarz Hopes Tourists Come Back When It Returns to New York City

Tourism

New Jersey State Park Famed for Its Views Is Under Constant Threat of Development

Just as the Trump administration is looking to cut back public lands across the country, states are mulling similar moves to bring in more revenue. If those plans become reality, it could hurt the visitor experience.

New Jersey State Park Famed for Its Views Is Under Constant Threat of Development

Rental Cars

Uber and Lyft Drivers in New York City Get Green Light to Display Ads

Many drivers will be eager to earn more commissions from putting ads in their vehicles. Finally there's a level playing field — taxis have had TVs and radios with ads for years.

Uber and Lyft Drivers in New York City Get Green Light to Display Ads

Tourism

New York City Is Reminding Travelers That It’s a Cultural and Creative Capital

NYC & Company is still using ubiquitous buzzwords and phrases such as "local," "authentic" and "unique experiences" in its latest marketing campaign. But it seems like the tourism board is finally using those catchphrases in a useful way – to encourage tourists to support local businesses – which often rely on tourism dollars for survival.

New York City Is Reminding Travelers That It’s a Cultural and Creative Capital

Airlines

Americans Agree That the TSA and U.S. Airports Are Getting Better, Except in New York

Americans are finally unified on something, and we have the utter incompetence of New York and New Jersey’s hopelessly corrupt Port Authority to thank for this rare moment of bipartisanship.

Americans Agree That the TSA and U.S. Airports Are Getting Better, Except in New York