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Royal Caribbean has announced its first 'fully vaccinated' cruises. These are all the cruise lines that will require COVID-19 vaccinations for guests and crew

The Norwegian Epic. Alain DENANTES/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images The return of cruising still remains in limbo for many cruise lines. Companies including Royal Caribbean and Norwegian have announced vaccine requirements. These are all the cruise lines that have COVID-19 vaccine requirements for guests or crew. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Several cruise lines have started announcing vaccination requirements for guests and crew members as the industry looks to rest...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Israel, US, Trends, Cruise, United Kingdom, Vaccine, Benjamin Netanyahu, Saga cruises, Carnival, Cruise Ships, Royal Caribbean, Crystal Cruises, Holland America, Royal Caribbean Cruises


These are all the cruise lines that will require COVID-19 vaccinations for guests and crew

The Norwegian Epic. Alain DENANTES/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images The return of cruising still remains in limbo for many cruise lines. Companies including Royal Caribbean and Norwegian have announced vaccine requirements. These are all the cruise lines that have COVID-19 vaccine requirements for guests or crew. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Several cruise lines have started announcing vaccination requirements for guests and crew members as the industry looks to rest...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, US, Trends, Cruise, United Kingdom, Vaccine, Saga cruises, Carnival, Cruise Ships, Royal Caribbean, Crystal Cruises, Holland America, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


An expert explains what would've happened if United flight 328 experienced its scary engine failure over the ocean

A United Airlines Boeing 777. Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto/Getty Images United Airlines flight 328 landed safely after experiencing an engine failure over Denver over the weekend. Even if the engine failure had occurred over water while en route to Hawaii, the aircraft likely could have landed safely.  Wide-body aircraft like the Boeing 777 are rated to fly for more than five hours on a single engine. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. A United Airlines flight from Denver...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Europe, News, Air Travel, Colorado, Planes, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Flying, Canada, Atlantic, Hawaii, Aircraft


United will still fly the Boeing 777-200 after a scary engine failure in Colorado - but the ones still flying have a different engine

A United Airlines Boeing 777. Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto/Getty United Airlines' fleet of 24 Boeing 777-200 aircraft has been grounded by the Federal Aviation Administration, but the aircraft will keep flying. A fleet of 22 United Boeing 777-200s are unaffected as they're powered by General Electric engines. Passengers booked on the 777 might still fly on the aircraft but others will be moved to different jets.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. The Federal Aviation Adm...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, News, Air Travel, Colorado, Planes, Trends, Flying, Aviation, Faa, General Electric, Boeing, Denver, United, United Airlines, Federal Aviation Administration


Experts say the plane and engine used by United have a safe track record - and the scary landing in Colorado should have minimal impact on the airline

The United Airlines Boeing 777-222 that experienced an in-flight engine failure. AaronP/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images A United Airlines jet made an emergency landing after an engine failure on Saturday. Three aviation regulators have effectively grounded Boeing 777s with PW4000-112 engines pending an investigation.  Experts say the issue isn't likely systemic with the plane or engine, given the track record of both.  Only 69 aircraft in the world are affected, and United is the only US carrier w...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Japan, News, Colorado, US, San Francisco, Trends, Chicago, Flying, Hawaii, Aviation, Airlines, Engines, Faa, General Electric


How Expensive Will Air Travel Be After The Covid-19 Crisis?

(CNN) — When the state of Florida began enacting stay-at-home measures and closing beaches in mid-March, in response to the threat of Covid-19, Miami-based real estate agent and artist Nadia Bouzid was in the middle of painting a mural inside a new hotel in Cancun, Mexico. Putting down the paintbrush, she picked up her phone and began searching airfares to return home. “I watched a seat on the flight I wanted go from $200 to $70, to $350,” Bouzid tells CNN Travel. “I booked it and flew, but the ...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Florida, London, News, Bali, Indonesia, Australia, Mexico, Singapore, New York City, US, Cnn, Canada, United States, Italy


Maximizing revenue across the traveler's journey

According to a new white paper by Henry Harteveldt, travel suppliers must distinguish their brands from their competitors, make their channels more compelling, and strengthen their customer experience. Personalization, driven by AI and machine learning, are key to unlocking travelers' "second wallet" for ancillary travel purchases.
Tags: Travel, Henry Harteveldt


Southwest Prepares for Battle in California With Fare Cuts (Analysis – Part 2)

Welcome back to the second part of a look at Southwest’s pricing changes in intra-California markets.  If you missed the dynamics that led to this change yesterday, I’d recommend heading over to the post first.  Now, we’re going to look at the numbers. Thanks to Henry Harteveldt at Atmosphere Research for providing the DOT Origin and Destination Survey data. I went back to the beginning of 2016 and looked at the data through the second quarter of this year, the most recent data out there.  I ...
Tags: Travel, California, La, San Francisco, Alaska, Long Beach, Orange County, Fares, Vegas, Southwest, Phoenix, Henry Harteveldt, Atmosphere Research, David Neeleman, Moxy, San Francisco That


Distribution 2020: A big change for travel agents

The year 2020 is less than four years away, but there will be at least one significant development on the travel distribution front, according to Henry Harteveldt, travel analyst with Atmosphere Research Group in San Francisco.
Tags: Hotels, Henry Harteveldt


What's Behind All These Airline Computer System Malfunctions?

We've seen it too many times in the past few years. Airline computer systems shut down leaving passengers stranded for days, resulting in massive revenue hits, ruined vacations, and lost productivity. What's behind this? American blamed SABRE, see below, when its reservation system crashed in 2015; United has cited various gremlins over the years for its computer malfunctions (2007, 2011, 2015) including "router failure"; Southwest (2015, 2016) faulted a "network equipment failure" and the subs...
Tags: Travel, NYC, Atlanta, Hawaii, Delta, Ibm, United, Jetblue, Huffington Post, Jp Morgan Chase, Sabre, Southwest, Virgin America, Google Facebook, AirTran, Henry Harteveldt



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