Photo of an empty plane. Adobe Stock
Travel business got a chance to look themselves in the mirror and to redesign their operations during the coronavirus crisis. A sideview mirror as pictured on December 5, 2015. Sam / Flickr.com
The EU’s travel ban on Americans is another hit to the struggling hotel industry, but some segments may manage to navigate the summer without much of an impact. Ptra / Pixabay
While the overall U.S. leisure and hospitality unemployment rate fell to 29 percent in June, the hotel sector still faces 43 percent unemployment. Andrewrabbott / Wikimedia
The InterContinental London Park Lane. IHG uses classic colors for its luxury brand.
Boeing is reportedly set to finally retire the legendary 747, after speculation over the years it would soon be history. Zen Sasaki / Flickr
A Tap Air Portugal Airbus A321 in Hamburg. The airline is closing in on a deal to give the government a controlling interest. Kevin Hackert / Flickr.com
Woman wearing a mask for prevent virus at an international airport. Adobe
United Airlines plane. The company is adding nearly 25,000 flights in August. Skift
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