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travelpulse.com
09.01.2024 / 04:18

Latest Airline Travel Waivers Ahead of Winter Storm Impacting Northeast

Some airlines have begun issuing waivers in anticipation of what is expected to be a major snowstorm in the Northeast United States this weekend.

2024's cruise industry horizon: 14 new ships set sail - traveldailynews.com - Bahamas - Britain
traveldailynews.com
03.01.2024 / 08:54

2024's cruise industry horizon: 14 new ships set sail

In 2024, the cruise industry expands significantly with 14 new ships, featuring state-of-the-art design, luxurious amenities, and environmentally conscious technology

China Outlook 2024: Travel Industry’s Recovery Poised To Continue – Trip.com CEO Jane Sun - forbes.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - France - Italy - China - Hong Kong - Qatar - Malaysia - city Dubai
forbes.com
03.01.2024 / 06:27

China Outlook 2024: Travel Industry’s Recovery Poised To Continue – Trip.com CEO Jane Sun

China’s travel and tourism industry – among the world’s biggest – last year began its recovery from heavy pandemic damage. One beneficiary: Trip.com Group, a global travel service provider that is China’s largest. Revenue in the third quarter of 2023 almost doubled from a year earlier; net profit in the three months to September totaled 4.6 billion yuan (about $637 million), more than 18 times the year-earlier 245 million yuan.

China and Thailand Agree on Permanent Visa Waiver from March - skift.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - France - Italy - China - Singapore - Thailand - Malaysia
skift.com
02.01.2024 / 13:03

China and Thailand Agree on Permanent Visa Waiver from March

China will now be entering into a reciprocal agreement with Thailand for permanent waiver of visa requirements for citizens of the two countries from March onwards.

Embarking on 2024: Trip.com Group reveals top travel trends - breakingtravelnews.com - Germany - Australia - Japan - Britain - Usa - China - Canada - Singapore - South Korea - Thailand - city Beijing - Malaysia - city Shanghai - city Guangzhou - city Shenzhen - city Chengdu
breakingtravelnews.com
30.12.2023 / 18:23

Embarking on 2024: Trip.com Group reveals top travel trends

As the sun sets on 2023, Trip.com Group, a global leader in online travel services, reflects on the dynamic landscape of travel over the past year, offering insights into the trends set to shape the journey in 2024. China’s border reopening sparks global travel surge

Sanya, China: Innovate to Create Diversified Cultural Tourism Industry Chain - breakingtravelnews.com - China - province Hainan
breakingtravelnews.com
30.12.2023 / 18:16

Sanya, China: Innovate to Create Diversified Cultural Tourism Industry Chain

Recently, the 5th Hainan International Film Festival concluded in Sanya, Hainan, attracting guests from home and abroad as well as tourists to gather in Sanya, driving the popularity of the city continue to rise. “Our hotel room occupancy reached 90% in November, and in December, as a number of large-scale events such as the Hainan International Film Festival opened, the room occupancy averaged 96.8% from 1st December to 18th December, and weekends are basically full,” Cai Liwei, marketing and sales director of InterContinental Sanya Haitang Bay Resort said.

Ask Skift: What Are the Biggest Challenges the Travel Industry Faces? - skift.com - China
skift.com
30.12.2023 / 14:09

Ask Skift: What Are the Biggest Challenges the Travel Industry Faces?

The travel industry has made enormous progress in its rebound from the pandemic this year, but it still faces several hurdles in its quest to make a full recovery — such as Chinese outbound travel not yet hitting pre-Covid levels.

TSA Reveals Busiest Airport Checkpoint Days in Advance of Winter Holiday Travel Period - travelpulse.com - Usa - county Day
travelpulse.com
22.12.2023 / 15:20

TSA Reveals Busiest Airport Checkpoint Days in Advance of Winter Holiday Travel Period

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) anticipates that airport security checkpoints will be busier this winter holiday travel period compared to last year.Fortunately, the agency says it's prepared to meet the surging travel demand.The official end-of-the-year holiday travel period runs from Thursday, December 21 through Tuesday, January 2. TSA is projecting that the busiest days will be Thursday, December 21; Friday, December 29, and Monday, January 1.TSA said it expects to screen more than 2.5 million passengers each of those days, signaling a 6 percent increase from 2022. The busiest day last year was December 29, when officers screened nearly 2.4 million passengers nationwide.The projections come after the TSA screened nearly 30 million passengers during November's 12-day Thanksgiving holiday period. The agency broke the record for most passengers in a single day on Sunday, November 26, screening more than 2.9 million passengers at security checkpoints across the country."We are prepared to handle the busy passenger volumes this winter holiday season," TSA Administrator David Pekoske said in a statement."TSA’s continued success during this record year for travel is a direct result of teamwork, planning and professional execution across the agency, from our frontline employees to those behind the scenes; partnerships with airports and air carriers; and innovative checkpoint technologies that improve security effectiveness, efficiency and the passenger experience," he concluded.Industry trade group Airlines for America (A4A) projects that 39 million people will board flights in the U.S. between Wednesday, December 20 and Tuesday, January 2, for an average of 2.8 million passengers per day.

U.S. to Expand Visa Interview Waiver Authority in 2024 - skift.com
skift.com
22.12.2023 / 00:39

U.S. to Expand Visa Interview Waiver Authority in 2024

The U.S. State Department will expand its policy of waiving in-person interviews for select visa applicants next year, a spokesperson confirmed to Skift. The policy was set to expire on December 31, and the travel industry had been pushing for an extension.

How Taylor Swift Took Over the Travel Industry in 2023 - travelpulse.com - city Paris - Usa - county Allegheny
travelpulse.com
19.12.2023 / 12:39

How Taylor Swift Took Over the Travel Industry in 2023

“Once upon a time, the planets and the fates and all the stars aligned..." — Taylor Swift

31 Best Walking Shoes for Travel: The Sneakers, Boots, and Slip-Ons Our Editors Always Pack - cntraveler.com - Switzerland - New York
cntraveler.com
16.12.2023 / 15:39

31 Best Walking Shoes for Travel: The Sneakers, Boots, and Slip-Ons Our Editors Always Pack

Finding the best walking shoes for travel can be tough. You want something comfortable enough to get you through a full day of wandering around, but not so comfortable that it screams “I'm a tourist!” And since nobody wants to tote around a bag (checked or otherwise) filled with shoes, the ones that do make the packing list cut need to be versatile enough to wear with multiple outfits.

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