Articles tagged “thanksgiving”

Airlines

The 2.56 Million Flyers Screened Sunday at U.S. Airports Was a Pandemic High

U.S. airlines for the most part avoided the cancellations mayhem seen earlier this year, and that's a major development.

The 2.56 Million Flyers Screened Sunday at U.S. Airports Was a Pandemic High

Short-Term Rentals

Airbnb Mulls Consolidating Cleaning Fees and Other Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Airbnb considers eliminating cleaning fees as a separate charge for guests, IHG unveiled its 18th brand, and Abu Dhabi Airport expects a surge in passengers.

Airbnb Mulls Consolidating Cleaning Fees and Other Top Stories This Week

U.S. Airline Passenger Loads for Thanksgiving Holiday Just Shy of Pre-Pandemic Levels

Thanksgiving travel is back, well nearly. U.S. airlines anticipate flyer numbers just shy of 2019 levels making this turkey day the busiest holiday for travel since the pandemic.

U.S. Airline Passenger Loads for Thanksgiving Holiday Just Shy of Pre-Pandemic Levels

Airlines

Full Video: American Airlines CEO at Skift Aviation Forum 2022

Robert Isom believes the worst is behind American Airlines, and the airline's operations are running as smoothly as they can be. In this interview, the CEO reveals the bigger things on his mind as he maps out American's longer term future.

Full Video: American Airlines CEO at Skift Aviation Forum 2022

Airlines

American Airlines CEO on Tackling the New Travel Patterns

Thanksgiving should be a breeze, operationally speaking, CEO Robert Isom said at Skift Aviation Forum on Wednesday. Where the future of aviation gets interesting is adapting to new flying habits of leisure and business passengers.

American Airlines CEO on Tackling the New Travel Patterns

Tourism

Only 30 Percent of Americans Plan Holiday Travel: Is Demand Less Pent-Up?

Worries about their finances may have more Americans opting for their couches, not coach seats this holiday season. The go-go days coming out the pandemic of unbridled demand may be settling back down to reality.

Only 30 Percent of Americans Plan Holiday Travel: Is Demand Less Pent-Up?

Business Travel

The Cities With the Highest Costs to Co-Work

A snapshot of how much it costs to go flex reveals few discrepancies in pricing, but some telltale signs of where prices could be about to soar.

The Cities With the Highest Costs to Co-Work

Tourism

Thanksgiving Road Trips Near 2019 Levels as Rural Tourism Continues to Soar

It's a strong sign that domestic tourism will continue to dominate over the holidays and into next year, particularly with the uncertainty looming over international travel with the Omicron variant.

Thanksgiving Road Trips Near 2019 Levels as Rural Tourism Continues to Soar

Airlines

U.S. Airlines Need to Prove They Can Handle the Thanksgiving Holiday on Packed Planes

Will recent airline operational disruptions repeat themselves over the Thanksgiving holiday period in the United States? Carriers have staffed up to guard against such scenarios.

U.S. Airlines Need to Prove They Can Handle the Thanksgiving Holiday on Packed Planes

Tourism

53 Million Americans Expected to Endure Thanksgiving Travel’s Morass This Year

The large number of Americans expected to travel for Thanksgiving is another sign of travel's resurgence but will pose a significant challenge to an aviation industry crippled by staffing shortages. If the airlines — and their thousands of new hires — struggle to cope with the surge of travelers, it could be another blow to industry looking for a quick recovery.

53 Million Americans Expected to Endure Thanksgiving Travel’s Morass This Year