Apr 19, 2022
Slow Travel: A Thumbprint On The Soul - FORBES
When some think of slow travel, they imagine a train which keeps stopping, a car stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic or a plane delayed countless hours. That’s one kind of slow travel. But there’s a much more fulfilling kind: travel in which you don’t jump from attraction to attraction or city to city; travel where you stroll, meander, and wander at snail’s pace to take in your surroundings.
Apr 8, 2022
Younger Travelers Plan to Travel More, Spend More Post-Pandemic - TRAVEL MARKET REPORT
Younger travelers, both Millennials and Generations Z (called Zoomers), are planning more travel post-pandemic than older travelers, though the vast majority of all generations are planning at least one trip this year.
Mar 16, 2022
The Impact of Russia’s War on Travel: New Skift Travel Health Index - SKIFT
The travel industry registered one of its strongest months of recovery since the inception of our index, with performance up across all sectors and almost all countries. The war in Ukraine, however, is casting a long shadow over travel's performance moving into March.
Mar 7, 2022
Should You Cancel Your European Vacation during the Ukraine-Russia War? - SEATTLE TIMES
Romeo Raabe won’t be taking a summer cruise this year. He was set to fly from Chicago to Amsterdam in August, then sail around the Norwegian fjords. But in the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, he and his wife became nervous about traveling to Europe and decided they “didn’t feel comfortable” going through with the trip.
Feb 24, 2022
Airlines Scramble as Ukraine Invasion Redraws Route Map - REUTERS
Airlines scrambled to adapt to conflict in Europe on Thursday as Ukraine closed its airspace, fuel prices soared and carriers were urged to "exercise caution" deep inside Russia hours after Moscow's military invaded Ukraine.
Feb 19, 2022
Tourism Remains a Mystery to Locals Says New Report - SKIFT
The reckoning stage has passed. Destination marketers should actively and urgently tackle tourism engagement and education — because community-driven pushback is only going to increase. That could impact recovery and growth, with the future of the tourism workforce depending on it.