Articles by tag: Air Travel
Harnessing AI for Creative Innovation: cutting through AI hype and misconceptions for creators
Live Broadcast 3 PM CT on 6/8 Harnessing AI for Creators: Cutting Through AI Hype and Misconceptions Register Now In this episode of B2B Weekly, we delve deep into the world of AI and how it is impacting creators. Gavin Purcell joins host Tim Maitland to break down the hype around AI […]
Identifying Lightning Damage on Pecan Trees: Tips from TreeNewal
Join ISA Certified Arborist Wes Rivers from TreeNewal as he examines the aftermath of lightning damage on a pecan tree. In this insightful video, Wes highlights the path taken by the lightning bolt through the tree, causing superheating of the water inside. The resulting vapor expansion creates visible damage to the tree. The tree’s survival […]
Transforming Coverage to Meet Healthcare Needs with SCAN Health Plan
John Petito, SVP of Transformation at SCAN Health Plan joins the podcast to share his story and how his work is helping enable new types of healthcare coverage for diverse populations. Join us to hear how Health Plans are beginning to evolve their approach to addressing the needs of older adults and the LGBTQ+ community […]
With Rising Popularity, Should Airlines Offer Adults-Only Flights for Travelers?
Calls for adults-only flights are ramping up. A recent survey conducted by Photo Aid revealed that more plane travelers would prefer the option of a flight only for adults. The case for adults-only flights has been ongoing for over a decade now, per ABC News, but continued online discussion is reigniting significant interest in the […]
American Airlines Sees Profit Above Estimates on Steady Demand
(Bloomberg) — American Airlines Group Inc. expects profit this year to exceed estimates following a slow start, as steady demand for air travel keeps an industry recovery going into 2023. Full-year adjusted earnings will be $2.50 to $3.50 a share, the Fort Worth, Texas-based carrier said in a statement Thursday that also detailed fourth-quarter results. […]
Airports Each Receive Millions in Federal Funding to Revitalize Airport Infrastructure
The Biden administration has recently granted $1 billion to 85 different airports across the country to help develop and expand their terminals and facilities. This grant will be used to increase energy efficiency, promote competition, provide greater accessibility and expand capacity. Airport administrators say this is not only welcomed funding, but a top priority for […]
Rising Pressures in Travel Industry Could Impact Your Trip Security
Commentary: Effective August 1, 2021, the Costa Rican government will require inbound unvaccinated tourists to have $50,000 in travel insurance coverage for medical expenses, including for COVID-related issues, as well as $2,000 in coverage for quarantine lodging expenses due to COVID. Right now, Costa Rica is the only country with this kind of specific […]
Are Higher Prices Behind the Dip in Air Travelers?
According to a survey by MMGY Global, a Kansas City-based travel and hospitality marketing firm, “luxury travelers” said they expected to take four trips over the next year. But Hilary Kennedy asked Sarah Dandashy, the host of Say Yes To Travel, for the rest of the traveling community, could the rise in airfare be […]
Airline Investors See a Post-Pandemic Rebound in Low-Cost Travel
(Bloomberg) — New money is flowing to low-cost airlines in the U.S. as they take on giant carriers racing to recover from the unprecedented collapse in travel during the pandemic. Two established carriers that had already been flying sold shares in the past month, while two new airlines managed to raise more than $100 million each in […]
Airlines Push for Additional Assistance in Preparation for Difficult Winter Numbers
The most recent wave of COVID infections has once again hit the airline industry hard. As the holidays approach, the airlines are pessimistic and seeking government assistance. Airlines for America Chief Executive Nick Calio estimates that the U.S. industry is losing about $180 million a day, according to a report by Reuters. Marketscale Radio hosts […]
Is It too Early to Think About Holiday Travel?
In late September, we saw through a series of studies that people were still very eager to travel. But, as the fourth quarter of 2020 kicks off and we start winding toward the holidays, will that trend continue? Is it too early to think about holiday travel? Not entirely. So far, a survey by research […]
Will US Airlines Dropping Change Fees Get Customers Booking Again?
Few industries have been hit as hard by the global pandemic as the airline industry. Even as the U.S. State Department lifts its “Do not travel,” advisory, travel is merely trickling back. With business travelers still not booking, and perhaps never fully coming back, airlines turn to serve leisure travel customers. According to CNN Business, […]