Articles tagged “poland”

Short-Term Rentals

Southern Europe’s Short-Term Rentals Boosted by Economic Crisis in North

The region is already seeing soaring demand for long-term winter stays because of rising energy costs in the north. The impact on traditional vacation pricing could be huge.

Southern Europe’s Short-Term Rentals Boosted by Economic Crisis in North

Hotels

Margaritaville’s Lessons for Lifestyle Hotels

Good morning from Skift. It's Tuesday, July 5 in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Margaritaville’s Lessons for Lifestyle Hotels

Hotels

Russian Hotelier Offers Sanctuary to Ukrainian Refugees in Serbia

Mikhail Golubtsov never thought just a few months ago that those filling his tiny hotel in central Serbia would be Ukrainians fleeing the atrocities perpetrated by leaders of his native Russia. He says it was a sense of shame that prompted him to open his doors.

Russian Hotelier Offers Sanctuary to Ukrainian Refugees in Serbia

Coronavirus

Hong Kong Eases Travel Curbs and More Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Hong Kong will reopen to travelers from nine countries in April, the war in Ukraine is delaying world health officials' review of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine, and family trips are expected to make a big rebound this year.

Hong Kong Eases Travel Curbs and More Top Stories This Week

Business Travel

Global Companies Still in Mad Dash to Pull Workers From Ukraine

Relocation options are running out for businesses as Ukraine’s borders become overwhelmed by growing numbers of refugees. The impact of the war is now set to spread even further across Europe.

Global Companies Still in Mad Dash to Pull Workers From Ukraine

Tourism

Daily Podcast: Traveling More With Family in 2022

Good morning from Skift. It's Tuesday, March 22, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Traveling More With Family in 2022

Tourism

Poland’s Tourism Marketers Caught in Grip of Uncertainty Over Nearby War

No doubt a huge challenge facing tourism marketers in Europe — the inability to predict the outcome or end of Russia's war on Ukraine, as well as how to hit the right notes amid human loss and devastation close to home.

Poland’s Tourism Marketers Caught in Grip of Uncertainty Over Nearby War

Tourism

Egypt Searches for New Tourists After Losing Russia and Ukraine Markets

With war raging between two of its biggest inbound markets, the Egyptian tourism board is looking at the tried-and-tested move of developing new markets. However, not quite ready to give up on Russian tourists, Egypt is also exploring bringing them through a third country. If this works, will other destinations follow suit?

Egypt Searches for New Tourists After Losing Russia and Ukraine Markets

Airlines

Poland’s LOT Withdraws From Deal to Buy German Airline Condor

It appears as though Condor, previous part of the collapsed Thomas Cook, may get nationalized by the German government. Is Condor too big to fail? Not really.

Poland’s LOT Withdraws From Deal to Buy German Airline Condor

Airlines

Former Thomas Cook Unit Condor Sold to Polish Airline Group

The deal secures Condor's immediate future. But can a small carrier group really hope to compete against the might of Lufthansa and low-cost carriers such as Ryanair?

Former Thomas Cook Unit Condor Sold to Polish Airline Group