Articles tagged “travel bubbles”

Coronavirus

Singapore-Hong Kong Travel Bubble May Be Undone by New Covid Cases

Caution has served both countries well so far. A postponement after the recent airport outbreak would be another smart move.

Singapore-Hong Kong Travel Bubble May Be Undone by New Covid Cases

Airlines

Airlines Urge U.S. and Britain to Trial Virus Testing for Flyers to Revive London-New York Route

Passenger testing could enable an "air bridge" between London and New York. Yet quick, accurate, and affordable tests remain rare.

Airlines Urge U.S. and Britain to Trial Virus Testing for Flyers to Revive London-New York Route

Coronavirus

Marriott Derides 2021 Work From Home Policies and 10 Other Coronavirus Travel Stories This Week

In coronavirus-related travel stories this week, Skift covered Marriott's views on the prospects for a business travel recovery, Barry Diller's IAC taking a minority stake in MGM, how Southwest's reduced schedule would hamper its competitive-growth plans, and Airbnb's stock market prospects.

Marriott Derides 2021 Work From Home Policies and 10 Other Coronavirus Travel Stories This Week

Tourism

What Happened to Travel Bubbles?

Remember travel bubbles? Three months ago, they were a buzzword. Now they're barely talked about. What happened in between?

What Happened to Travel Bubbles?

Tourism

Will American Outbound Travel Ever Be the Same?

International travel has been dramatically reduced all over the world, but getting the U.S. outbound market back to normal may be more challenging than elsewhere.

Will American Outbound Travel Ever Be the Same?

Tourism

Thailand to Lift Curfew and Cater Travel Bubbles to Business Travelers

Thailand is extremely dependent on tourism, but as it inches towards reopening for visitors, its strategy is to focus on business travelers from countries with low infection rates.

Thailand to Lift Curfew and Cater Travel Bubbles to Business Travelers

Tourism

Baltic States Create Europe’s First ‘Travel Bubble’ as Pandemic Curbs Ease

Few countries can afford to stay isolated for long, so for now travel bubbles will make the best temporary measures to open up trade and tourism again.

Baltic States Create Europe’s First ‘Travel Bubble’ as Pandemic Curbs Ease

Tourism

Who Will Come Last in Global Travel’s Staged Recovery?

Everyone wants to know when global travel will recover, but that is perhaps the wrong question. With the rise of the "travel bubble," the prospect of recovery is looking a lot more uneven. Who gets to welcome visitors first?

Who Will Come Last in Global Travel’s Staged Recovery?