Articles tagged “september 11”

Airlines

20 Years After 9/11 a Resilient Airline Industry Faces New Challenges

There were naysayers after 9/11 that said people would never fly again in droves out of security concerns, and now Covid and its variant joint-venture partners have rocked the travel industry. History has shown, however, that "travel" and the human spirit are indomitable.

20 Years After 9/11 a Resilient Airline Industry Faces New Challenges

Tourism

9/11 Tours Are Still Big Business

For tourists, interest in 9/11 has never waned, but the pandemic has been hard on tours and exhibits. The enormous media coverage of the 20th anniversary of September 11 will hopefully draw new crowds for this special day.

9/11 Tours Are Still Big Business

Airlines

The Enduring Impact of 9/11 on the Business of Travel

Twenty years after that fated day, enhanced security measures are now just part of the routine of travel — and the cost of doing business across the globe.

The Enduring Impact of 9/11 on the Business of Travel

Tourism

September 11 Memorial in Pennsylvania Breaks Ground for Visitors Center

This memorial near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, needs to be on visitors' itineraries just as much as the 9/11 memorial in lower Manhattan.

September 11 Memorial in Pennsylvania Breaks Ground for Visitors Center

Airlines

Flight 93 September 11 memorial looks to visitors center construction

The intriguing and heroic story of the Flight 93 passengers deserves that permanent visitors center and learning center, both of which are in the works.

Airlines

Reflections from flying on September 11, 2012: Just an ordinary day

The travel industry hasn't returned to the activity levels of pre-September 11, 2001, but it has recovered in so many ways. In the big picture, despite the ongoing challenges, the industry is thriving.