From yachts to the United Nations

Many people travel occasionally for work. But for some, travel is at the heart of their jobs. CNBC Travel spoke with people from four industries about occupations in which working from home — or an office for that matter — isn’t an option. travel year Name: Sebastian ModakJob: The New York Times, formerly “The 52 … Read more

Airlines and airports are on alert as corporate travel looks for greener providers to achieve sustainability

summary The recovery in business travel will not return to pre-pandemic levels in the short term. Corporate travel managers are looking for environmentally friendly service providers to support their sustainability drives. The recovery in business travel will be eased as companies pursue green targets. A new CAPA-Envest Global Report provides travel managers with information on … Read more

2019 Highest Levels of Flight Reservations for Leisure and Business Trips

For the first time since the pandemic began, global commercial and leisure travel has risen to levels not seen since 2019. That’s according to the Mastercard Institute of Economics’ third annual travel report, “Travel 2022: Trends and Transformations,” published yesterday. After analyzing 37 global markets, the report found that cross-border travel reached pre-pandemic levels as … Read more

Tourism outlook: pent-up demand for travel will boost visitor numbers in Pikes Peak | News

Tourism leaders in Colorado Springs are optimistic that visitors will return to the Pikes Peak area in near-record numbers as the two-year-old COVID-19 pandemic fades. Officials believe Americans are ready for vacations after two years of trying to avoid infection, and they are spending heavily to bring these visitors to the region. Visit Colorado Springs, … Read more

Tourism prospects: pent-up demand for travel will increase visitor numbers | a job

Tourism leaders in Colorado Springs are optimistic that visitors will return to the Pikes Peak area in nearly record numbers as the two-year-old COVID-19 pandemic fades. Officials believe that travelers across the country are ready for vacations after two years of trying to avoid infection, and they are spending heavily to bring these visitors to … Read more

Is Japan open to travelers? Some locals are not ready to reopen borders

With countries across Asia reopening to international travelers, Japan – one of the continent’s most popular destinations – remains tightly closed. That may change soon. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced Thursday at a press conference in London that Japan will ease border controls in June. Locals often celebrate the easing of border restrictions related … Read more

Kevin Costner explains the road trip travel app HearHere

Kevin Costner knows a good story when he hears one. That’s why he said he was intrigued when he heard about an app designed to alert travelers to places of interest, which often go unnoticed, during their travels. “I’m the guy who drives all over America,” he said. “When you see those bronze signs along … Read more

Should I join a group tour on my own?

Everyone told me not to travel alone during the pandemic. Especially for learning to snowboard, a sport not covered by all travel insurance policies. It didn’t help that I wanted to visit a country whose language I don’t speak. I was told that administrative matters – such as Covid tests, vaccination certificates and health declarations … Read more

Americans view Asian countries as safer to travel now than they were 4 years ago

A new study shows that American travelers perceive many Asian countries as safer travel destinations now than they were four years ago. South Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam rose in the annual safety ratings published by travel insurance company Berkshire Hathaway for travel protection. The survey in the State of Travel Insurance 2022 … Read more

How Covid has changed business travel forever

Zoom meetings have fundamentally changed how and why people start working. Now “entertainment” and “back to base” are buzzwords about corporate travel in the new normal. yFor over two years, Romano Nickerson has been traveling three or more days a week for client meetings and attending four conferences a year. But his road warrior lifestyle … Read more