Articles tagged “New York”

Business Travel

Europe’s Travel Prices Are Finally Falling — What Travel Buyers Are Doing

It’s the first time that prices are cooling off this year, but experts warn this deflation won’t last long with more “correction cycles” to come.

Europe’s Travel Prices Are Finally Falling — What Travel Buyers Are Doing

News Blog

United Airlines to Leave New York JFK, Again

United Airlines is leaving New York's JFK International Airport again just 20 months after it returned to the New York City gateway. "Given our current, too-small-to-be-competitive schedule out of JFK — coupled with the start of the winter season where more airlines will operate their slots as they resume JFK flying — United has made…

Business Travel

Banks Take on Remote Work by Picking Up Your Dry Cleaning to Get You Into an Office

As well as offices adding concierges to help staff manage daily errands like dry cleaning, banks are asking designers to retrofit buildings with a hotel feel. But is that compelling enough for commuters with longer journeys?

Banks Take on Remote Work by Picking Up Your Dry Cleaning to Get You Into an Office

Business Travel

Inflation Prompts Corporate Travel Buyers to Hold Off Negotiating Hotel Rates for 2023

Companies are holding their nerve, because hotels have the upper hand right now when it comes to dictating rates. It’s a gamble leaving negotiations until so late, but you have to question how long prices can keep climbing.

Inflation Prompts Corporate Travel Buyers to Hold Off Negotiating Hotel Rates for 2023

Airlines

Proposed Seaplane New York-Washington Flights Face Streep Hurdles

Waterfront-to-waterfront flights between D.C. and New York would be cool. They're not likely anytime soon.

Proposed Seaplane New York-Washington Flights Face Streep Hurdles

Hotels

Hotels Outside of Congested City Centers Are Gaining Popularity

Guests are following in the footsteps of those who’ve fled to the suburbs during the pandemic, taking advantage of features like more square footage, lower prices, and regional authenticity. The strategic move would be for more hoteliers to follow them there.

Hotels Outside of Congested City Centers Are Gaining Popularity

Tourism

International Visitors Return to New York But Full Recovery Could Take Four Years

New York City tourism recovered after the horrific attacks of 9/11, and it will do so again after the pandemic. Perhaps the current four-year forecast for the bounce back of international travel is too conservative.

International Visitors Return to New York But Full Recovery Could Take Four Years

Coronavirus

U.S. Will Reopen to Vaccinated International Air and Land Travelers Starting November 8

Welcome news for the industry with a firm date in place now. Let the bookings commence.

U.S. Will Reopen to Vaccinated International Air and Land Travelers Starting November 8

Tourism

9/11 Tours Are Still Big Business

For tourists, interest in 9/11 has never waned, but the pandemic has been hard on tours and exhibits. The enormous media coverage of the 20th anniversary of September 11 will hopefully draw new crowds for this special day.

9/11 Tours Are Still Big Business

Business Travel

Expense Startup Raises $300 Million to Target Remote Workers Doing Less Travel

Ramp is yet another fintech newcomer that plans on disrupting corporate travel and expenses. Is its automated twist enough to help it stand out in a saturated market?

Expense Startup Raises $300 Million to Target Remote Workers Doing Less Travel