Articles tagged “transatlantic”

Airlines

Transatlantic Travel Rebound Faces an Unwelcome Slowdown

It's the world's most lucrative travel market, but airlines won't maximize their profits unless they divert more planes and resources to the various routes between the U.S. and Europe.

Transatlantic Travel Rebound Faces an Unwelcome Slowdown

Business Travel

United Ups Revenue Projections on Full Return of Corporate Travel Business

Plenty of doubters predicted business travel wouldn’t fully return, but recent surges suggest the wider industry could break past its pre-pandemic $1.4 trillion value.

United Ups Revenue Projections on Full Return of Corporate Travel Business

Business Travel

Companies Still Snub Airbnbs for Biz Trips: New Deloitte Study

Don't underestimate the power of big chain loyalty points, which business travelers will be keen to start collecting again to fund their next vacation.

Companies Still Snub Airbnbs for Biz Trips: New Deloitte Study

Airlines

Virgin Atlantic Will Settle for 60 Percent Full on Transatlantic Flights in Coming Weeks

Virgin Atlantic still has a long way to go to reach a complete recovery, but considering the airline was enormously close to not surviving the pandemic, even 60 percent full on major transatlantic routes by Christmas is a major boon for the company and a sign of even greater passenger numbers as it doesn't expect further border closures.

Virgin Atlantic Will Settle for 60 Percent Full on Transatlantic Flights in Coming Weeks

Coronavirus

U.S. Will Reopen to Vaccinated International Air and Land Travelers Starting November 8

Welcome news for the industry with a firm date in place now. Let the bookings commence.

U.S. Will Reopen to Vaccinated International Air and Land Travelers Starting November 8

Airlines

Virgin Atlantic Considers a London Stock Market Listing: Reports

Sky News and the Financial Times said Richard Branson's carrier is mulling a fall IPO. It's unclear what executives at Delta Air Lines, a major shareholder, think about the prospect.

Virgin Atlantic Considers a London Stock Market Listing: Reports

Airlines

Airlines Double Down on Push for UK-U.S. Travel Corridor

Faced with the prospect of a second lost summer across the North Atlantic, major airlines are doubling down on their push for the U.S. government to reopen transatlantic travel. First up is a renewed effort for the much talked about UK-U.S. travel corridor.

Airlines Double Down on Push for UK-U.S. Travel Corridor

Airlines

JetBlue Sets August Date for Long-Anticipated London Flights

JetBlue will finally land in London in August. But with U.S.-UK travel still up in the air, can its upgraded service at cheaper-than-the-competition fares woo travelers as hoped?

JetBlue Sets August Date for Long-Anticipated London Flights

Airlines

Richard Branson Changes Mind on Selling Virgin Atlantic Stake

This might be a win-win for all sides involved, especially given the expanded joint venture already in the works. Richard Branson gets to keep control of his beloved airline and Air France-KLM Group can use the money elsewhere.

Richard Branson Changes Mind on Selling Virgin Atlantic Stake

Airlines

Norwegian Air’s New CEO Sees First Priority As Returning to Profits

Interestingly, new Norwegian Air chief Jacob Schram has plenty of experience dealing with takeovers and mergers from his time in the retail trade. Might Norwegian want to tap this experience as part of future plans?

Norwegian Air’s New CEO Sees First Priority As Returning to Profits