Articles tagged “weather”

Airlines

Meet American Airlines’ Turbulence Guru

Steve Abelman, the only meteorologist employed by American Airlines, is passionate about his craft.

Meet American Airlines’ Turbulence Guru

Airlines

The Existential Climate Change Fears Hit Major Hotels and Airlines

The details included in these reports are chilling, with many corporations citing severe weather events as certain to occur.

The Existential Climate Change Fears Hit Major Hotels and Airlines

Airlines

Airlines Resume Flights to Hong Kong Following Powerful Typhoon

With extreme weather events like typhoons, it can be difficult to predict how much disruption they will cause. In this case, it looks like it will be a good few days before operations at Hong Kong International Airport are back to normal.

Airlines Resume Flights to Hong Kong Following Powerful Typhoon

Tourism

Top Indian Destination Kerala Suffers Heavy Rain and Flooding

For the rest of us who are not in this corner of India, count your blessings and give a thought for the suffering.

Top Indian Destination Kerala Suffers Heavy Rain and Flooding

Airlines

Lightning Strikes Slow Down Fast-Growing Eurowings

Of course weather-related problems are out of a company's hands, but Eurowings is also suffering because of its very ambitious growth strategy.

Lightning Strikes Slow Down Fast-Growing Eurowings

Tourism

Kauai Courts Travelers After Island Recovers From Record Rainfall

Nearly 50 inches of rain fell in one 24-hour period in northern Kauai during part of an unusually wet winter and spring. The island needs to counter misleading news reports to make sure tourists keep coming, given that it is already at risk of being outpriced relative to newer hotspots like Okinawa and the eastern Philippines.

Kauai Courts Travelers After Island Recovers From Record Rainfall

Tourism

Travel Megatrends 2018: Extreme Weather Creates Travel Upheaval

Extreme weather is the new normal. It’s changing destinations for the worse, and it’s not going to get better any time soon.

Travel Megatrends 2018: Extreme Weather Creates Travel Upheaval

Tourism

Top Ski Resorts in Europe Cut Off With Avalanche Risk at Maximum

Ski resorts in Switzerland and Austria are seeing their most severe avalanche risk since the "avalanche winter" of 1999. This follows last year's extreme hurricanes in the Caribbean and parts of the U.S., and historic heat waves in parts of Australia a few weeks ago. We're not sure if there are any dots to be connected here, but it is worth asking the question.

Top Ski Resorts in Europe Cut Off With Avalanche Risk at Maximum

Airlines

Winter Storm Causes Airport Delays and Cancellations Across U.S.

Airports in the U.S. are working in overdrive this week to clear runways and treat ice between snow storms and extreme cold, and winter is far from over.

Winter Storm Causes Airport Delays and Cancellations Across U.S.

Tourism

Fierce Storm Disrupts Travel Across Western Europe

A major storm is impacting destinations across Western Europe, causing widespread damage and flight delays, as the East Coast of the U.S. braces for its own bout. The travel industry will need to adjust as climate change fuels more extreme weather.

Fierce Storm Disrupts Travel Across Western Europe