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Articles tagged “unrest”

Airlines

Ryanair Will Cut Fares This Summer After Record Profits in 2016

Ryanair can afford to make less if it can also keep its planes full during a summer of uncertainty in Europe. Will traditional carriers such as British Airways and Air France follow suit?

Ryanair Will Cut Fares This Summer After Record Profits in 2016

Tourism

Terror Fears Are Dramatically Shifting European Tourism Habits

If trends persist, expect Spain and Portugal to post record tourism numbers for 2016.

Terror Fears Are Dramatically Shifting European Tourism Habits

Tourism

Turkish President Slams Door on Visa-Free Outbound Travel to Rest of Europe

It's difficult to quantify how much of Turkey's tourism challenges are directly related to its leader, but it's a significant portion.

Turkish President Slams Door on Visa-Free Outbound Travel to Rest of Europe

Hotels

InterContinental Hotels Is Slumping as Global Pressures Build

U.S.-based hotel brands have had a strong first quarter this year. IHG's global exposure, as well as some other challenges, is hurting it here.

InterContinental Hotels Is Slumping as Global Pressures Build

Tourism

The EU Warns That Tougher Border Checks Would Cost Billions Every Year

Better politics breeds better borders.

The EU Warns That Tougher Border Checks Would Cost Billions Every Year

Hotels

London’s Luxury Hotels Have Their Worst Year Since 2009

Luxury has its limits. When too many brands start banking on one sector to deliver all their good news things don't go well.

London’s Luxury Hotels Have Their Worst Year Since 2009

Airlines

Airlines Continue to Offer Refunds and Waivers for Brussels Flights

Airlines no doubt see an opportunity to turn cancelled Brussels plans into bookings to other European destinations.

Airlines Continue to Offer Refunds and Waivers for Brussels Flights

Airlines

Belgian Officials Meet to Determine How to Reopen Brussels’ Airport

Brussels' problems have been exacerbated by the Belgian government's inability to carry out the basic duties of government.

Belgian Officials Meet to Determine How to Reopen Brussels’ Airport

Airlines

Brussels Airport Will Reopen With Limited Services and Makeshift Hangars

This is a passenger experience that will no doubt leave many unnerved.

Brussels Airport Will Reopen With Limited Services and Makeshift Hangars

Airlines

Brussels Airport Will Be Closed to Passengers Until at Least Tuesday

Belgian authorities most certainly want to get the airport operational as soon as possible, but they don' want to move so fast they lose insight into how the bombing happened.

Brussels Airport Will Be Closed to Passengers Until at Least Tuesday