Articles tagged “puerto rico”

Airlines

The Highest Paid U.S. Airline CEOs and Other Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, how much were major U.S. airline CEOs paid in 2021 is revealed, events executives explain how labor shortages are hitting their industry hard, and travel disruptions in the United Kingdom are threatening the country's economic recovery.

The Highest Paid U.S. Airline CEOs and Other Top Stories This Week

Tourism

Puerto Rico’s Recovery Offers These Lessons for Global Tourism

Puerto Rico tourism, bolstered by Airbnb when hotels were shut, has had a noteworthy comeback. But if travel and living have blended, then the island's fiscal and political woes can't be overlooked.

Puerto Rico’s Recovery Offers These Lessons for Global Tourism

Skift Meetings

8 Takeaways From Skift’s First Retreat as a Fully Dispersed Company

Skift gathered its worldwide team together for a retreat in Puerto Rico and discovered that traveling in a post-pandemic world can be challenging.

8 Takeaways From Skift’s First Retreat as a Fully Dispersed Company

Tourism

Puerto Rico Empowers Locals for First Post-Pandemic Tourism Campaign

Humanizing local communities in popular global tourism destinations is still frighteningly not happening as it should, but Puerto Rico's new campaign shares local stories told about, and by, real individuals to portray a genuine picture of who they are.

Puerto Rico Empowers Locals for First Post-Pandemic Tourism Campaign

Business Travel

Airbnb Will Allow Workers to Go Fully Remote Permanently

Airbnb makes its remote working policy a forever thing. That's one enormous endorsement for the shift in how we will now define our work and our lives.

Airbnb Will Allow Workers to Go Fully Remote Permanently

Media and PR

Booking and Expedia Super Bowl Ads Underwhelm

Don't get us wrong: Expedia, Vrbo and Booking.com will all get mileage out of their in-game or pre-game Super Bowl ads. But they lack breakthrough potential.

Booking and Expedia Super Bowl Ads Underwhelm

Business Travel

Puerto Rico Wants Its Share of Remote Workers — Is Now the Best Time?

Tourism boards have a dilemma. Cut off from their offices due to the pandemic, remote workers could be a revenue stream. But governments also have a duty to safeguard the health of their citizens.

Puerto Rico Wants Its Share of Remote Workers — Is Now the Best Time?

Airlines

Is Spring Break a Bust for Airlines?

Travel is relative to people's needs and right now leisure is king — especially for cooped-up college kids. If airlines want to cash in on pent-up demands, servicing underserved locations offering a combination of nature outings and social distancing is key to increasing revenue output during the pandemic.

Is Spring Break a Bust for Airlines?

EventMB

How Event Destinations Are Trying to Adapt to a World of Virtual Gatherings

How Event Destinations Are Trying to Adapt to a World of Virtual Gatherings

Tourism

Reopening Destinations Face Precarious Task of Pitching Tourists to Come This Summer

The summer travel season is showing signs of opening up, but travelers are right to be wary and cautious. Tourism marketers are coming up with ways to meet travelers (and their concerns) where they are.

Reopening Destinations Face Precarious Task of Pitching Tourists to Come This Summer