Articles tagged “oil”

Tour Operators

Tour Operators Consider Adding Fuel Surcharges to the Price of Trips

Tour operators will try to avoid adding fuel surcharges to their trips for as long as possible. They're aware that making their trips more expensive could put a dent in their recovery because consumers will only tolerate higher prices to a certain extent.

Tour Operators Consider Adding Fuel Surcharges to the Price of Trips

Transport

Travel Less and Carpool More, Global Energy Group Recommends

Several of the recommendations put forth by the International Energy Agency to reduce oil usage might be popular with consumers. However, one of the last things so many people thrilled by the large-scale easing of Covid measures worldwide want to do is travel less.

Travel Less and Carpool More, Global Energy Group Recommends

Airline Weekly

U.S. Airline Executives Unconcerned by Rising Oil Prices — For Now

There's much ado about oil in global markets. But U.S. airline executives are largely unconcerned with the price volatility in recent weeks, betting that strong summer travel demand will absorb higher fares.

U.S. Airline Executives Unconcerned by Rising Oil Prices — For Now

Business Travel

Business Travel Agencies Face Dilemma Keeping Russian Ties Active

There seems to be an obligation to carry on working with partners in the country, but relationships may now be kept at arm’s length as the war in Ukraine continues.

Business Travel Agencies Face Dilemma Keeping Russian Ties Active

Airlines

Daily Podcast: Road Trip and Airline Price Worries

Good morning from Skift. It's Wednesday, March 9, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Road Trip and Airline Price Worries

Airlines

Ryanair Boss Warns Oil Price Surge Will Hit Airlines as Ukraine War Escalates

Those airlines that like to hedge fuel will be in a better position this year, but as the invasion continues nothing is guaranteed — particularly for European airlines.

Ryanair Boss Warns Oil Price Surge Will Hit Airlines as Ukraine War Escalates

Business Travel

Corporate Travel Agencies May Get a Welcomed Boost From Shipping and Energy Companies

With uncertainty over traditional business travel’s return still lingering, niche is the only way forward.

Corporate Travel Agencies May Get a Welcomed Boost From Shipping and Energy Companies

Business Travel

Corporate Travel Saw a Rare Bright Spot in the Oil and Gas Industry: Why That’s Now Changing

The energy sector has so far been a safe harbor for many corporate travel agencies during this crisis, but cracks are starting to show.

Corporate Travel Saw a Rare Bright Spot in the Oil and Gas Industry: Why That’s Now Changing

Airlines

Airlines Are Becoming Rational Businesses and Passengers Are Benefiting

The level of profitability revealed in the latest BTS report is leaves the Big 3 U.S. airlines room to improve their in-flight products and passenger services, without breaking the bank. But they have achieved this profitability in large part by becoming better businesses. If they are to stay profitable when the next inevitable industry downturn comes, they will need to keep improving their retail models.

Airlines Are Becoming Rational Businesses and Passengers Are Benefiting

Airlines

Boeing Is Betting on Tobacco to Make Flying Better

With Boeing setting up roots in the U.S. south and planting its 787-10 production in South Carolina, the Solaris development begs a question: how long until Boeing takes advantage of tobacco traditions in the U.S., too?