• By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    VENICE: DAY VISITORS MUST REGISTER AND PAY A FEE

    Tourists who aren't stay overnight in hotels or other lodgings will have to sign up online for the day they plan to come and pay a...

    Hotel, Hotels
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    AS HOLIDAY WEEKEND STARTS, AIRPORT CROWDS TOP 2019 NUMBERS

    The TSA screened more than 2.4 million travelers at airport checkpoints on Thursday, 17% more than on the same Friday before July Fourth...

    Holiday, Traveling, Weekends, Travel
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    CORPORATE TRAVEL BUYS 1000 MILE TRAVEL GROUP

    CTM says the acquisition expands the travel management company's interest in business travel served by independent contractors.

    Business, Corporate, Traveling, Travel
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    INTERNOVA NAMES SIMON BROOKS TO HEAD BONOTEL

    Bonotel Exclusive Travel is is a B2B inbound marketing and distribution partner of branded and boutique hotel rooms.

    Hotel, Hotels, Travel, Brands, Traveling
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    ASTA MAKES ADVOCACY GAINS ON LEGISLATIVE DAY

    The Society has added 11 cosponsors for two congressional bills it has championed.

  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    AN INTREPID MOVE TO GET BLACK CULTURAL HERITAGE TOURS RUNNING

    The creator of a new Black history tours initiative in the U.S. has partnered with small-group tour operator Intrepid Travel.

    Tour, Travel, Culture, Traveling
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    MUCH OF NORTHERN YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK TO REOPEN SATURDAY

    Yellowstone is reopening its flood-damaged north loop at noon on Saturday, in time for the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

    Weekends, Holiday
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    ALL EYES ON AIRLINES AS JULY 4TH HOLIDAY WEEKEND NEARS

    Airlines that have stumbled badly over the last two holidays face their biggest test yet of whether they can handle big crowds.

    Airlines, Holiday, Weekends
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    GETTING A HANDLE ON YOUR TECHNOLOGY CONTRACTS

    Here are some tips on how to negotiate with vendors to make contracts less one-sided.

  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    CAYMAN ISLANDS DROPS PRE-ARRIVAL COVID TEST

    Tourists who are age 12 and up still must be vaccinated to enter the Cayman Islands.

    Cayman Islands
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    SOUTHERN CARIBBEAN ISLANDS ESCAPE MAJOR DAMAGE FROM TROPICAL STORM

    Curacao lifted its curfew at 4 a.m. on June 30.

    Caribbean, Caribbean Islands
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    SPIRIT AIRLINES POSTPONES VOTE ON FRONTIER MERGER

    Spirit Airlines on Thursday morning opened and immediately adjourned its stockholder meeting. The meeting to vote on the Frontier deal...

    Deals, Airlines
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    A GROWING LIST OF NILE RIVER CRUISE OPTIONS

    A second AmaWaterways ship and a partnership between Alexander + Roberts and a new cruise line in Egypt are expanding the choices for...

    River Cruise, Cruise, Destinations
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    TAKING STOCK OF LGBTQ+ TRAVEL AT THE PROUD EXPERIENCES CONFERENCE

    Over the last two years, LGBTQ+ travelers have become more introspective about expectations and supplier marketing has become more...

    Travel, Traveling
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    AIRBNB MAKES PARTY BAN PERMANENT

    More than 6,600 guests were suspended last year for violating the party ban, Airbnb said.

  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    DISNEY WISH CHRISTENING WAS A LONG TIME COMING

    The pandemic-related delays now in the past, Disney Cruise Line introduced its highly anticipated new ship on Wednesday. Disney Parks...

    Cruise, Wellness
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    IATA SAYS 10% OF TRAVEL AGENCY SALES ARE VIA NDC

    The percentage is promising, said IATA director of distribution Yanik Hoyles, especially as GDSs are not in full NDC production.

    Travel, Traveling
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    AIRLINE COMPLAINTS IN APRIL WERE UP MORE THAN 300% FROM 2019

    The U.S. Department of Transportation reported more than 5,000 complaints from consumers about airline service in April.

    Airlines
  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    BONNIE COULD BECOME FIRST HURRICANE OF THE SEASON

    According to the National Hurricane Center, warnings are in effect for Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao.

  • By Travel Weekly   -   Jul 2, 2022

    CHILL 'GIRLS WEEKEND' AT L.A.'S FAIRMONT CENTURY PLAZA

    The hotel was the ideal spot for a long-overdue reunion between Travel Weekly managing editor Rebecca Tobin and her two best girlfriends.

    Travel, Hotel, Hotels, Weekends, Traveling