High-Priced Airbnb and Vacation Rentals Fall Flat at Super Bowl

Nobody likes price gouging, especially from the sharing economy.

Interview: 4 Questions for Delta Air Lines’ New CEO

We'd like to see airlines break out of the commoditized product, too. Delta is in one of the better positions to do so.

Travel Ads This Week: Honest Depictions of Destinations

These destinations use people, images, and history to show what they are really about.

What It Means to Charge for Parking in Las Vegas, Finally

Consumers are already paying for the cost of the parking, they just don't know it.

U.S. Airline On-Time Rankings for November 2015

Hawaiian's position is almost always assured, but Delta's ability to rank at the top remains impressive.

Turkey’s Tourism Industry Was on Edge Even Before New Bombing

Facebook Tests Travel-Specific Newsfeed in Digital Travel Marketing This Week

All this week's top digital marketing news in the travel industry, summed up in one convenient post. You're welcome.

Ryanair Grew Twice as Fast as EasyJet in 2015 as Low-Cost Flights Boom

Legacy airlines in Europe still don't have an answer to the threat from low-cost or Gulf carriers.

Japanese Temples Are Opening Their Doors to Foreign Tourists

Religious tourism has rarely not worked, but if not done right it cheapens a destination just like any other poorly executed tourism project.

Skiing the Alps Gets Tougher as Climate Change Takes Its Toll

Leave it to global climate change to declines in one of the oldest touristic activities on the planet.