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Articles tagged “nyc”

Short-Term Rentals

New York City’s Short-Term Rental Inventory Will Drop Dramatically

Today's edition of Skift's daily podcast looks closer at New York City's short-term rental cliff, U.S. outbound tourism, and visa wait times for Indian travelers to the U.S.

New York City’s Short-Term Rental Inventory Will Drop Dramatically

Short-Term Rentals

Airbnb’s NYC Listings Could Be Down 70% after September 5

Airbnb will survive the regulatory clampdown in New York City as it only generated about 1% of its 2022 revenue. Still, the city is an important market, and this will hurt.

Airbnb’s NYC Listings Could Be Down 70% after September 5

Short-Term Rentals

New York City’s Backlog in Host Registrations

New York City's Office of Special Enforcement has approved only 257 out of 3,250 short-term rental host registrations before the September 5 enforcement deadline.

Short-Term Rentals

New York City’s Big Short-Term Rental Deadline

Today's edition of Skift's daily podcast looks closer at New York City's short-term rental backlog, booking travel on Google, and a cricket travel bump in India.

New York City’s Big Short-Term Rental Deadline

Short-Term Rentals

New York City Has Approved Only 257 Short-Term Rental Registrations Ahead of September 5 Deadline

New York City's short-term rental choices will be a shadow of their former selves starting September 5. That's good for neighbors tired or parties and nuisances, but bad for hosts and travelers looking for affordable visits.

New York City Has Approved Only 257 Short-Term Rental Registrations Ahead of September 5 Deadline

Tourism

Cities Embrace Return-to-Office to Save Downtown Tourism Buzz

City leaders need to develop a new vision for their downtowns— one that relies less on the old 5 day 9-5 work model.

Cities Embrace Return-to-Office to Save Downtown Tourism Buzz

Business Travel

Skift India Report: In-Person Meetings Drive Rebound in Corporate Travel

After a decline for more than two years, business travel seems to be gaining traction. But can it sustain the momentum in the face of global recession and growing inflation?

Skift India Report: In-Person Meetings Drive Rebound in Corporate Travel

Tourism

U.S. Travel Industry Forced to Replace Chinese Tourist Spending

With no choice, U.S. tourism businesses are being pushed away from China and toward other markets.

U.S. Travel Industry Forced to Replace Chinese Tourist Spending

Hotels

Skift India Report: Surge in Travel Job Openings

Travel agent positions led the demand for job roles in the past year – can the industry fill the openings fast enough?

Skift India Report: Surge in Travel Job Openings

Tourism

Visa Delays Hurt U.S. Tourism Marketing

U.S. destinations want more first-time tourists, but they don't want to waste their time and money on those that have no hope of getting a visa in a reasonable amount of time.

Visa Delays Hurt U.S. Tourism Marketing