Articles tagged “transatlantic travel series”

Nationalism Threatens to Undermine Transatlantic Travel

Nationalism Threatens to Undermine Transatlantic Travel

Patrick Whyte, Skift

Trump and Brexit both have the potential to damage their respective country's tourism industries. Open, inclusive countries are always more attractive to outsiders than closed ones.

2 months ago

Violent Attacks Push European Tourism to Extremes

Violent Attacks Push European Tourism to Extremes

Patrick Whyte, Skift

Turkey, Egypt, and Tunisia have all been devastated by terror attacks in recent years and they are all well down on their previous highs. The reluctance of tourists to visit is having unintended consequences while other destinations such as Barcelona are experiencing a boom.

2 months ago

The Battle for the Future of Airlines Is Still Being Fought Over the Atlantic

The Battle for the Future of Airlines Is Still Being Fought Over the Atlantic

Patrick Whyte, Skift

For economic reasons, the transatlantic aviation market has been a hotbed of innovation since the first direct flight almost 100 years ago. Building on the foundations set before, the new disrupters believe we are on the verge of a huge change. Will it last?

2 months ago

New Series Launch: How the European Union Invented Modern Travel and Tourism

New Series Launch: How the European Union Invented Modern Travel and Tourism

Patrick Whyte, Skift

Nobody would argue that the European Union is a perfect institution but not only has it helped foster a degree of unity between former enemies but it has also ushered in an era of unparalleled freedom for its citizens. Brexit has put all that under threat.

3 months ago