Articles tagged “summer travel”

Business Travel

3 Ways to Effectively Market to Remote Workers

Many tourists are hitting the beach with their laptops for a summer of work and play. Travel brands need to make their marketing dollars count and figure out ways to reach them.

3 Ways to Effectively Market to Remote Workers

Tour Operators

Ukraine’s Neighbors Still Attracting Tourists Despite War Raging Nearby

Traveler fears, particularly in the U.S. and Europe, about the danger of the Ukraine War spreading have lessened, allowing for tourism's recovery in Eastern Europe to continue. Industry stakeholders still have to vigilantly reassure and educate travelers about the safety of their destinations.

Ukraine’s Neighbors Still Attracting Tourists Despite War Raging Nearby

News Blog

EasyJet’s Top Operating Exec Quits After Weeks of Cancellations

EasyJet's Peter Bellew has resigned as chief operating officer, following weeks of turmoil at the airline. He has now left "to pursue other business opportunities" the airline said in a statement on Monday, effective July 1, as other European airlines prepare for a difficult summer ahead — including SAS which will now face widespread strikes…

Short-Term Rentals

Airbnb Is Banning House Parties For Good

As Airbnb allows larger homes listed on the platform to be booked to full occupancy, it clearly understands that the 'parties and events allowed' search filter would have to go.

Airbnb Is Banning House Parties For Good

Hotels

Choice Hotels’ Play for Radisson Americas and Other Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Choice Hotels buys Radisson Hotel Group Americas, India's most famous landmark faces a murky future, and rising prices drive U.S. consumers to alter their summer travel plans.

Choice Hotels’ Play for Radisson Americas and Other Top Stories This Week

Tourism

More U.S. Travelers Plan to Travel 4th of July Weekend With ‘Nearcations’ on Rise

Following Memorial Day Weekend, Americans are still planning to travel during the next major U.S. summer holiday, but with more careful planning and sentiment stability about rising fuel prices.

More U.S. Travelers Plan to Travel 4th of July Weekend With ‘Nearcations’ on Rise

Airline Weekly

Delta Air Lines Revenues Fully Recovered From Pandemic

"I think the human spirit wants to travel," Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian said. And he's seeing the proof. Delta forecasts its second-quarter revenues will be fully recovered to 2019 levels. Ticket prices will rise, as the airline still is flying only 82 percent of its 2019 capacity: Good for the airline, but summer travel will be more expensive.

Delta Air Lines Revenues Fully Recovered From Pandemic

Tourism

Summer Vacationers Are Budgeting and the RV Market Is Responding

While many turned to recreational vehicles and outdoor experiences for social distancing and mental wellness during the pandemic, rising vacation prices are forcing Americans to carefully allocate their finances, adding yet another reason to the list of why RVs are the move this summer.

Summer Vacationers Are Budgeting and the RV Market Is Responding

Airline Weekly

Delta Air Lines Cites Sick Staff, Air Traffic Control in Summer Schedule Reductions

Delta Air Lines is the latest U.S. carrier to trim its summer schedule. Fewer flights plus record demand will result in higher fares this summer as travelers flock to the airways to take long-delayed vacations.

Delta Air Lines Cites Sick Staff, Air Traffic Control in Summer Schedule Reductions

Tourism

U.S. Travelers Still Plan Memorial Day Road Trips Despite High Gas Prices

Memorial Day kicks off the summer travel season that will surely test American's resilience for inflation.

U.S. Travelers Still Plan Memorial Day Road Trips Despite High Gas Prices