Articles tagged “students”

Business Travel

Hilton Uncovers a Lot More About Blended Travelers After Student Competition

Hilton gets an A-plus for piggybacking Adobe Analytics' annual student challenge, as it gains a fresh perspective on how to capture more business. It may not have counted on just how complex this particular segment can be though.

Hilton Uncovers a Lot More About Blended Travelers After Student Competition

Coronavirus

Covid-19 Is Giving Students Pause in Deciding to Study Abroad

Although Covid-19 restrictions have eased up since 2020, current undergraduate students are still ambivalent to pack up, move to a new country, and study abroad.

Covid-19 Is Giving Students Pause  in Deciding to Study Abroad

News Blog

China Vows to Relax International Travel Curbs

In a marked change of sentiment, China has vowed to strengthen efforts to open international travel, by resuming and increasing passenger flights in an orderly way and by steadily improving visa and Covid testing policies. China will make Covid control measures more targeted and well-calibrated under the premise of ensuring safety against Covid infections, Chinese…

Airlines

Shortage of Airplane Mechanics Is Also Contributing to Flight Cancellation Crisis

Inadequate pay, a lack of affordable housing in key regions, and a paucity of students in the pipeline are factors that will make the shortage of airline mechanics a protracted one to resolve.

Shortage of Airplane Mechanics Is Also Contributing to Flight Cancellation Crisis

Hotels

Majority Stake in The Student Hotel Chain to Be Sold to Singapore, Dutch Funds

Singaporean fund GIC and Dutch pension manager APG are placing a bet on hybrid hospitality with this deal. While private student housing is an old model, The Student Hotel cleverly optimizes how it sells its space to students, travelers, and professionals needing co-working space, depending on shifting demand.

Majority Stake in The Student Hotel Chain to Be Sold to Singapore, Dutch Funds

Airlines

United’s New Pilot School Readies Its First Class for a More Inclusive Cockpit

For the longest time, especially to minority communities, becoming a pilot has been been an out-of-reach career. Today, United's Aviate Academy is taking strides to change that, defining true accessibility for everyone and along the way addressing a pilot shortage holding all of aviation back.

United’s New Pilot School Readies Its First Class for a More Inclusive Cockpit

Business Travel

A Daughter of Nigerian Immigrants Helping Under-Represented Students See the World

Studying abroad doesn't have to be a pipe dream for young Hispanic and African Americans. Bola Ibidapo's Too Fly Foundation is on a mission to help young people overcome the barriers they face in their communities that prevent them from traveling the globe.

A Daughter of Nigerian Immigrants Helping Under-Represented Students See the World

Hotels

Why This Hybrid Hospitality Brand Ripped Out Its Tech Stack

Einstein said space-time is warped by matter and energy. The Student Hotel has a big idea, too. It thinks about what it sells in a matrix of space and time. Hoteliers: Study up.

Why This Hybrid Hospitality Brand Ripped Out Its Tech Stack

Airlines

Delta Flies Students to Gun Protests, Risking Controversy Again

Kudos to Delta for doing the right thing in helping America's future by aiding the student anti-gun protesters. This was a gutsy move given the crap the airline had to take from its home-state legislators.

Delta Flies Students to Gun Protests, Risking Controversy Again

Tourism

Potential Visa-Program Cuts Have Travel Industry Alarmed

The J-1 visa program is an invaluable resource for many travel industry businesses. It's clear that any cuts to the program would be detrimental to the travel industry and the broader U.S. economy.

Potential Visa-Program Cuts Have Travel Industry Alarmed