Articles tagged “twitter”

Coronavirus

Travel Industry Recovery on Track for 2023

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at travel’s recovery path, Twitter’s increasing irrelevance for tourism, and Banff’s overtourism battles.

Travel Industry Recovery on Track for 2023

Tourism

The Death of Twitter in Destination Marketing

Though useless for driving visitation, Twitter still serves a purpose as a tool to help tourism agencies support conference and community engagement.

The Death of Twitter in Destination Marketing

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

Hotels

Marriott’s New Extended Stay Offering

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at Marriott’s new apartment offering, turning pools into profitability, and what tech layoffs mean for travel brands.

Marriott’s New Extended Stay Offering

Online Travel

What Tech Layoffs Mean for Travel Brands

The job losses at big tech brands including Facebook and Twitter present a big challenge for those companies and the talent they've lost. But the travel industry dealt with much of this in 2020. What's next?

What Tech Layoffs Mean for Travel Brands

News Blog

Google Is NOT Going to Kill Airbnb

"Google will kill Airbnb," tweeted Nick Huber, who writes about business and real estate, owns a self-storage company, and has 247,000 followers on Twitter. Two people independently messaged me about the tweet, which has generated a few thousand "likes," and hundreds of retweets since Sunday. One Skift colleague said of the tweet: "Everything this guy…

Business Travel

Travel Manager Jitters Over Wave of Corporate Agency Consolidation

This year started with a bang for mergers and acquisitions, so naturally there'll be questions about whether they end up stifling competition.

Travel Manager Jitters Over Wave of Corporate Agency Consolidation

Business Travel

Amazon Saved a $1 Billion So Far With Corporate Travel Shut Down

The travel industry is clearly being dealt a blow by company travel bans, but could anyone have pictured an amount on this scale?

Amazon Saved a $1 Billion  So Far With Corporate Travel Shut Down

Business Travel

Corporate Travel Faces a Grand Experiment

Corporate travel is barreling down an uncertain road to a facelift that could strip it down to essential business by the time the travel sector gets to the other side of its coronavirus rebound.

Corporate Travel Faces a Grand Experiment

Tourism

Twitter, Others Take On Trump Admin Rule Requiring Visitors to U.S. to Disclose Social Media History

The war between tech companies and the White House hit another new level this week. The travel industry in the United States should be applauding the efforts on this one by Twitter and Reddit, especially when its business has been cratered by the pandemic.

Twitter, Others Take On Trump Admin Rule Requiring Visitors to U.S. to Disclose Social Media History