Articles tagged “paris”

Business Travel

Remote Workers Prompt Adventure Tour Operators to Switch Up Itineraries

Great news for destinations that can now welcome tourists who want to immerse themselves, rather than just tick off a box. At least until their next Zoom meeting, that is.

Remote Workers Prompt Adventure Tour Operators to Switch Up Itineraries

Online Travel

Evoking Travel Inspiration Online to Combat Covid Anxieties

Trip.com Group, Airbnb, and other online travel agencies have all made commitments to up their travel inspiration games. Pandemic uncertainties and anxieties will bolster their efforts.

Evoking Travel Inspiration Online to Combat Covid Anxieties

Short-Term Rentals

Paris Squeezes Short-Term Rentals With New Restrictions on Commercial Spaces

Airbnb and competitors continue to feel the pressure from large European cities that are committed to seeing traditional commerce survive, especially after Covid.

Paris Squeezes Short-Term Rentals With New Restrictions on Commercial Spaces

Airlines

Heathrow Airport Blocked From Doubling Its Passenger Fee

The west London hub still gets to significantly up the amount airlines will have to pay, potentially dashing their hopes of a speedy recovery.

Heathrow Airport Blocked From Doubling Its Passenger Fee

Rail

Paris Floats Amphibious Bus Attraction After Years of Duck Tour Scrutiny

The amphibious bus in Paris is a way to float by some of the City of Light's best-known attractions. But it has to overcome the negative safety reputation associated with so-called Duck Tour amphibious vehicles in other cities.

Paris Floats Amphibious Bus Attraction After Years of Duck Tour Scrutiny

Coronavirus

Air France-KLM Secures $4.7 Billion From French Government

With the government now its biggest shareholder, expect to see even more political influence and fewer short-haul flights on the horizon.

Air France-KLM Secures $4.7 Billion From French Government

Airlines

Travel Companies Selling Their Offices Reinforces Remote Work’s Staying Power

Whether HQs are phased out due to cost-cutting, restructuring or a genuine desire to adopt remote work policies, the net result is the same: more people looking for spaces to collaborate.

Travel Companies Selling Their Offices Reinforces Remote Work’s Staying Power

Airline Weekly

Air France-KLM Sees Strength in Amsterdam, Paris Hubs During Recovery

Air France-KLM Sees Strength in Amsterdam, Paris Hubs During Recovery

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

Online Travel

6 French Travel Startups Thriving Despite the Pandemic

Travel bookings will get worse before they get better. But we found a half dozen French travel startups defying the odds. They appear to be setting themselves up well for the post-crisis rebound. Bonne chance!

6 French Travel Startups Thriving Despite the Pandemic