• By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 25, 2020

    HAWAII'S TANGLE OF TESTING POLICIES WORRY SOME

    Agents and tour operators say the state's plethora of rules, many of which vary from island to island, could keep visitors away.

    Tour, Tour Operators
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 25, 2020

    CIRCA RESORT & CASINO EMBODIES FUN AND ENERGY OF VEGAS

    Downtown Las Vegas' first newbuild hotel-casino in 40 years offers an admiring nod to the city's glitzy past.

    Las Vegas, Resort, Casino, City, Hotels, Hotel
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 25, 2020

    HAWAII GETS BACK TO THE BUSINESS OF TOURISM

    More than 20,000 people arrived in the Islands in the first five days of the pretesting program. And while there were some stumbles...

    People, Business
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 25, 2020

    HAWAIIAN AIRLINES HALTS ITS OHANA INTRASTATE SERVICE

    No relaunch date has been set for Ohana by Hawaiian, which operates interisland passenger and cargo service.

    Airlines
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 23, 2020

    HAWAII BOWL IS CANCELED

    The annual college football bowl game is expected to return at the end of the 2021 season.

  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 23, 2020

    COSTA RICA IS DROPPING COVID-TESTING REQUIREMENTS AND FULLY REOPENING

    The country will open its borders to all international travelers beginning Nov. 1.

    Traveling, Travel, International
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 23, 2020

    AIRPORT HOTEL COMING TO NASHVILLE

    The Hilton-branded property is expected to open in 2023.

    Hotels, Hotel, Brands
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 23, 2020

    MORE SHOPS AND RESTAURANTS OPENING AT DISNEYLAND

    The California theme parks themselves, however, remain closed.

    Restaurant, Shopping
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 23, 2020

    AI PLATFORM EVOLVES INTO COVID-ERA ESSENTIAL

    DragonSlayer, which is available for a free trial, tracks border closures and entry requirements for 124 countries and all 50 states.

  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 23, 2020

    BOOKING.COM LAUNCHES FLIGHT SEARCH AND BOOKING IN THE U.S

    Unlike on European Booking.com sites, search, booking and payment is done fully on Booking.com in the U.S.

  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 23, 2020

    WINDSTAR CRUISES UPDATES ITS LOYALTY PROGRAM

    Its new points system enables members to progress from a one- to four-star tier of benefits, offering more rewards at each level.

    Star, Cruise
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 23, 2020

    BLACK TRAVEL ALLIANCE SURVEY SETS GROUND FLOOR FOR CHANGE

    The results of the PullUpForTravel survey suggests that what was already suspected is true: Black people are wholly underrepresented...

    Traveling, Travel, People
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 23, 2020

    SOUTHWEST ADDING THREE CITIES TO ITS NETWORK

    Service to the destinations - two in the Southeast U.S., one in Colorado - will begin in the first half of 2021.

    Destinations, City
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 23, 2020

    HAWAIIAN WILL BE BACK TO ALL ITS MAINLAND GATEWAYS IN DECEMBER

    The airline's website shows East Coast flights beginning Dec. 18.

    Airlines
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 23, 2020

    AMERICAN REVEALS PLANS TO FLY THE 737 MAX

    Pending FAA recertification, the airline expects the Max to re-enter service before year's end.

    Airlines
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 22, 2020

    SOUTHWEST TO END MIDDLE-SEAT BLOCKING, EXECS SAY DURING Q3 CALL

    Company executives didn't shy away from the revenue benefits Southwest will derive from ending its middle seat block.

  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 22, 2020

    SELLING A TMC TO ONE OF ITS CLIENTS MAKES SENSE

    It could be mutually beneficial to sell your travel management company to your top corporate client.

    Traveling, Travel, Corporate
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 22, 2020

    AIRLINES SHOULD TONE DOWN THEIR COVID SAFETY ASSERTIONS

    Studies show it's not easy to catch the virus on a plane. But let's not get carried away.

    Airlines
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 22, 2020

    CRUISEWORLD VIRTUAL PROGRAM FOR NOVEMBER IS NOW LIVE

    The programming has been retooled for a virtual environment, which means short bursts of learning, more in-depth training and opportunities...

  • By Travel Weekly   -   Oct 22, 2020

    CARNIVAL CORP. IS ORDERED TO ATTEST TO SHIPS' ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE

    The order comes from the federal judge in Miami who is overseeing Carnival Corp.'s environmental probation.

    Miami