An American Airlines Boeing 737 Max arriving at Washington Reagan National airport after its first flight there since 2019 on January 5, 2021. Edward Russell / SkiftSkift Take: Fears that U.S. travelers would go out of their way to avoid the Boeing 737 Max appear unfounded a week after the jet returned to U.S. skies. American Airlines is ramping up service, and other carriers are due to follow over the next two months. — Edward RussellRead the Complete Story On Skift
If you’re dreaming of your first post-covid getaway, the Philippines may well be at the top of your list. The archipelago of more than 7,000 islands offers paradisiacal beaches and natural beauty spots where you can really get away from it all.
One of the first things to consider as you plan your trip to the Philippines is when to visit. The best time of year for your adventure depends very much on your priorities. Weather conditions may be optimal during the high season but you’ll most likely end up spending more on flights and accommodation.
This post explains the pros and cons of visiting the Philippines in each season to help you decide when’s best for you. Once you’ve made up your mind, if you’re American, you’ll need to check out the Philippine visa for US...
Whether you love it or hate it, for plenty of visitors to New Orleans Bourbon Street is the ultimate embodiment of this hard-partying, good times-loving city. Noisy, raucous, and exciting all night long – it is a remarkable avenue that doesn’t really have an equal anywhere else in the world.
Whatever your feelings about beads, hurricane cocktails, and dancing on tables, it would be unthinkable to depart on a cruise from New Orleans without experiencing Bourbon Street at least once. Here’s a quick guide with everything you need to know before you go.
Despite its booze-fuelled rep, Bourbon Street’s name has nothing to do with the brown liquor. The street was laid out in 1721 by Adrian de Pauger and named after the French royal house of Bourbon, who controlled the city at the time. Bourbon Street...
Delta Air Lines is trialling mandatory Covid-19 testing in place of quarantines on select flights to Amsterdam and Rome. Courtesy of Delta Air Lines / Delta Air LinesSkift Take: U.S. airlines support a CDC recommendation to mandate negative Covid-19 tests for all arriving international travelers. It's a bet many think will allow the industry to restart grounded flights and boost their moribund businesses. — Edward RussellRead the Complete Story On Skift
A Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300ER, shown in 2011. Qatar AirwaysSkift Take: The promised deal would benefit Qatar as it prepares to host the World Cup in 2022. Iran will lose, though. Qatar had rerouted some planes over Iran and paid that country for the use of its airspace. — Sean O'NeillRead the Complete Story On Skift
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian (left) speaking at Skift Global Forum in New York City on September 18, 2019. SkiftSkift Take: Nothing really new in this memo, but Ed Bastian is extending positive vibes to his workers on New Year's Day after a horrific year. — Tom LowryRead the Complete Story On Skift
British Airways' parent, IAG, has reconfigured its board in the wake of final approval of Brexit. Isaac Struna / UnsplashSkift Take: The final Brexit deal is forcing corporate changes in travel. Expect to see more. — Tom LowryRead the Complete Story On Skift
An empty Paris walkway across the the Eiffel Tower is a reminder of what is required for 2021 for travel companies — patience. IakovKalinin / Getty ImagesSkift Take: Patience is managing expectations through a new prism, and seeing the opportunity from that view. Too fast, too soon is a recipe for more disasters. — Tom LowryRead the Complete Story On Skift