Articles tagged “vaccine”

Business Travel

Too Early to Tell if Pfizer Job Cuts Tied to More Virtual Meetings Will Be a Trend

The vaccine maker’s decision to axe client-facing sales roles, and increase the number of virtual meetings it has with customers, shouldn’t ring alarm bells among the travel industry just yet.

Too Early to Tell if Pfizer Job Cuts Tied to More Virtual Meetings Will Be a Trend

Business Travel

TUI Pins Hopes on Portugal for Now for Summer Holiday Bookings

Scaling up its tours and activities Musement business with its new online agent partners could help the travel giant recover from repeated blows to its core package holiday business.

TUI Pins Hopes on Portugal for Now for Summer Holiday Bookings

Coronavirus

Fully Vaccinated Americans Get Green Light to Travel Within U.S.: Health Officials

The U.S. domestic travel industry can rejoice at this next phase in the domestic travel recovery. A shot in the arm, so to speak.

Fully Vaccinated Americans Get Green Light to Travel Within U.S.: Health Officials

Tourism

What Tourism Can Learn From Chile’s Setback Amid Record Vaccination Rates

Vaccine success is already boosting the economy and consumer confidence in Chile. But another Covid surge shows that a cautious approach in tourism recovery efforts is imperative alongside the vaccination race.

What Tourism Can Learn From Chile’s Setback Amid Record Vaccination Rates

Tourism

Europe Gears Up for Sweeping Digital Health Passport Coordination to Spur Travel

After a year of impasse on unified Covid protocols and corridor agreements, European Union members are close to a consensus in implementing a green vaccination passport in an effort to save the summer vacation season.

Europe Gears Up for Sweeping Digital Health Passport Coordination to Spur Travel

Airlines

Vaccine Euphoria Isn’t Deterring United From Conservative Approach as Year-End Cancellations Rise

In spite of a rise in holiday flight cancellations, United Airlines remains confident for the long-term return of business and international travel — there is pent-up travel demand and the airline has had success with its early pre-flight testing programs. Still, even with a vaccine on the horizon, the airline remains cautious.

Announcements

Join Skift Editors on Nov 13 For a Live Discussion on Post-Election, Post-Vaccine Travel Outlook

Join us for Skift's Post-Election, Post-Vaccine Travel Outlook, live this Friday, November 13, at 12 p.m. ET or register to get on-demand anytime recording.

Join Skift Editors on Nov 13 For a Live Discussion on Post-Election, Post-Vaccine Travel Outlook

EventMB

New Vaccine Optimism Boosts the Event Industry

New Vaccine Optimism Boosts the Event Industry

Airline Weekly

Are Airlines Ready to Transport Vaccines for the World?

Are Airlines Ready to Transport Vaccines for the World?