Articles tagged “puerto rico”

Business Travel

Puerto Rico Wants Its Share of Remote Workers — Is Now the Best Time?

Tourism boards have a dilemma. Cut off from their offices due to the pandemic, remote workers could be a revenue stream. But governments also have a duty to safeguard the health of their citizens.

Puerto Rico Wants Its Share of Remote Workers — Is Now the Best Time?

Airlines

Is Spring Break a Bust for Airlines?

Travel is relative to people's needs and right now leisure is king — especially for cooped-up college kids. If airlines want to cash in on pent-up demands, servicing underserved locations offering a combination of nature outings and social distancing is key to increasing revenue output during the pandemic.

Is Spring Break a Bust for Airlines?

EventMB

How Event Destinations Are Trying to Adapt to a World of Virtual Gatherings

How Event Destinations Are Trying to Adapt to a World of Virtual Gatherings

Tourism

Reopening Destinations Face Precarious Task of Pitching Tourists to Come This Summer

The summer travel season is showing signs of opening up, but travelers are right to be wary and cautious. Tourism marketers are coming up with ways to meet travelers (and their concerns) where they are.

Reopening Destinations Face Precarious Task of Pitching Tourists to Come This Summer
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Tourism

Skift Aviation Forum Video: The Growing Demand for Puerto Rico

In this video conversation from the 2021 Skift Aviation Forum, we hear from Brad Dean, CEO of Discover Puerto Rico, about Puerto Rico's rising destination demand and successful approach to attracting and sustaining air traffic.

Skift Aviation Forum Video: The Growing Demand for Puerto Rico

Tourism

Tourism Marketers Enter Wait-and-See Mode to Avoid Tone-Deaf Campaigns

Tourism marketers can't run their campaigns as usual right now. But that doesn't mean they can't do anything. The challenge lies in finding the right tone — and the right timing.

Tourism Marketers Enter Wait-and-See Mode to Avoid Tone-Deaf Campaigns

Tourism

Puerto Rico Events Sector Grows, Fueled by First Hotel Launch in El Distrito

Puerto Rico has seen its share of setbacks recently, but a fresh approach to experiential events paired with the launch of a tech-centered complex make the island an emerging leader for destination events.

Puerto Rico Events Sector Grows, Fueled by First Hotel Launch in El Distrito

Tourism

What 2019 Taught Us About the U.S. Airline Industry

No other country or region has an airline industry as strong as that of the U.S. What's the secret? Have U.S. airlines cracked the perennially difficult code to airline profitability, and will it last? Skift Airline Weekly dove deep and zeroed in on trends that explain the U.S. airlines' success.

What 2019 Taught Us About the U.S. Airline Industry

Tourism

How a Women-Run Tour Company Plays a Role in Puerto Rico’s Tourism Efforts

As Puerto Rico's tourism industry recovers, big business from global companies may sound great, but so does slow-and-steady growth based in local communities. Puerto Rican women are doing that community-focused work.

How a Women-Run Tour Company Plays a Role in Puerto Rico’s Tourism Efforts

Tourism

Puerto Rico’s Tourism Industry Put to the Test Once Again in a Series of Quakes

Puerto Rico has taken a battering in recent days, with a series of earthquakes affecting the southern part of the U.S. territory. The island's tourism industry has had plenty of opportunities to prove its resilience recently; this will be another.

Puerto Rico’s Tourism Industry Put to the Test Once Again in a Series of Quakes

Tourism

Puerto Rico Aims to Boost Biz Travel With High-Tech Entertainment District

El Distrito is an ambitious plan, and the island is throwing an extraordinary amount of effort toward making it a success. This is something that matters to business leaders. Hopefully, visitors will have the same enthusiasm.

Puerto Rico Aims to Boost Biz Travel With High-Tech Entertainment District

Tourism

The Bahamas Need Tourism at Center of Post-Dorian Recovery

After being ravaged by the unprecedented Hurricane Dorian, the Bahamas is in its most urgent stage of recovery. But with half of its GDP dependent on tourism, it will need to focus its efforts in the coming months on ensuring that travelers still visit.

The Bahamas Need Tourism at Center of Post-Dorian Recovery