Articles tagged “russia outbound”

Airlines

Russians Flee to Favorite Tourism Locales of Dubai and Maldives

Sanctions be damned, destinations like Dubai and Maldives continue to welcome an inflow of Russian rubles to their tourism economies.

Russians Flee to Favorite Tourism Locales of Dubai and Maldives

Airlines

Russian Airlines With Foreign-Leased Planes Told Not to Fly Abroad

All Russian airlines must cope with mass cancellations and refunds, echoing the early days of the pandemic. For instance, Aeroflot and S7, Russia's two largest airlines, said they were halting flights to the dozens of countries they serve.

Russian Airlines With Foreign-Leased Planes Told Not to Fly Abroad

Travel Technology

Sabre Ends Distribution of Aeroflot Flights in Travel Tech Retreat From Russia

Sabre has stood apart from its travel tech peer companies by being the first to cease offering flights from Aeroflot. It's an unusual step as it comes at a cost to the company. The price of doing the right thing.

Sabre Ends Distribution of Aeroflot Flights in Travel Tech Retreat From Russia

Tourism

Daily Podcast: When There Are No Russian and Ukrainian Tourists

Good morning from Skift. It's Thursday, March 3, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: When There Are No Russian and Ukrainian Tourists

Tourism

The Impact of Missing Russia and Ukraine Outbound Tourists

This once resilient group of travelers is unlikely to bounce back anytime soon after all the global sanctions. It's too early to determine the broader impact of the absence of Russian and Ukrainian tourists, but it will be felt — whether through the loss of revenue for seaside resorts or more broadly from a new cloud of uncertainty for travel.

The Impact of Missing Russia and Ukraine Outbound Tourists

Online Travel

Russia’s Homegrown Online Travel Firms Poised for Competitive Reset

Some analysts believe the online booking giants of Europe, the U.S., and China will sweep the world. Call it "travel giant triumphalism." But Russia may prove a treacherous market for foreign brands, opening a gap for local players.

Russia’s Homegrown Online Travel Firms Poised for Competitive Reset

Tourism

Russia Partially Reopens Borders as Moscow Lifts Its Lockdown

It's great news that Russia has begun to allow some travelers to leave country and that Moscow has canceled its digital travel pass system that had made business and leisure domestic trips difficult.

Russia Partially Reopens Borders as Moscow Lifts Its Lockdown

Airlines

Russia Stops All International Flights, Even for Repatriation

Russia had already closed its borders to foreigners. But its sudden stop of all flights risks stranding many citizens abroad and preventing people from leaving the country.

Russia Stops All International Flights, Even for Repatriation

Tourism

Montenegro Tries to Woo Western Europe Without Offending Russian Visitors

This tiny Balkan state has a tricky needle to thread in preventing a diplomatic tussle between Russia and the U.S. from harming its popularity with Russian travelers.

Montenegro Tries to Woo Western Europe Without Offending Russian Visitors

Airlines

Russian Tourist Plane Bombed Over Sinai Peninsula – 25 Moments in 2015

25 Moments that Mattered in 2015: To make our selection of 25 moments, we thought back to the stories that drove reader engagement and sparked discussion among both travel experts and the general public. Some stories were quick blips that represented bigger things while others were narratives that built slowly through out the year. Each one, though, spoke to where we are right now when it comes to the big business of global travel.

Russian Tourist Plane Bombed Over Sinai Peninsula – 25 Moments in 2015