Ryanair Called Out by UK Regulator for Misleading Environmental Claims

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Ryanair aircraft. The UK advertising advertising watchdog labelled one of the airline’s environmental claims misleading. Anna Zvereva / Flickr Skift Take: Despite all the evidence to the contrary, the airline industry is desperate to inflate its green credentials. This is just one example of a worrying trend. — Patrick Whyte Read the Complete Story On […]

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Cathay Pacific Calls on 27,000 Workers to Take Unpaid Leave As Airline Struggles From Virus Outbreak

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Cathay Pacific Airways planes parked at the Hong Kong International Airport. The airline is asking its 27,000 employees to take three weeks of unpaid leave while the Hong Kong carrier struggles with plunging revenue due to China’s virus outbreak. Vincent Thian / Associated Press Skift Take: This is an extraordinary move from Cathay Pacific, but […]

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How South African Tourism Can Get Its Mojo Back

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Shown here is Kadoro, the restaurant at Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve & Wellness Retreat in the Cederberg Mountains in the Western Cape, South Africa. The Red Carnation Hotel Collection Skift Take: South African tourism is on the decline. There are several factors at play, but given the diversity of experiences that can be had in […]

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How to Get Paid to Travel: Adventure Jobs with Room & Board

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Guest post by long-term traveler Jacqueline Boss It’s easy to be dazzled by the romantic allure of a nomadic, no-roots lifestyle. But as with any path less taken, the way can seem hazier, scarier and more dangerous. I’m here to tell you, as someone who has been paid to travel for 10 years, that it’s […]

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Major Travel Agencies Are on a Consolidation and Expansion Fast Track

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The Atrium Cafe in Avoya Travel’s new innovation center. Avoya Travel added about 500 travel advisors in 2019. Avoya Travel Skift Take: Travel agencies are poised for expansion, but the major challenge is finding travel advisors to fill new positions. Acquiring agencies and enticing newcomers to join the industry are ways around it. — Maria […]

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The Story of Oyo’s Troubles Is the Story of Modern India

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An Oyo hotel property in Gurgaon, India. Oyo Hotels & Homes Skift Take: What’s happening with Oyo cannot be looked at separately from the modern Indian milieu that gave birth to it, and in which it operates. Oyo now needs to rise above that legacy and bring in the global business practices that ensure it […]

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‘Wave Season’ 2020 Brings More Questions From Cruisers on Environment

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Hurtigruten Cruises’ MS Fram in Cozumel Harbor, Mexico. Cruisers are choosing off-the-beaten-path destinations. Dietmar Denger / Hurtigruten Cruises Skift Take: This year’s wave season isn’t business as usual for travel advisors. Cruisers are showing a preference for remote destinations, and they are tracking cruise lines’ sustainability records like never before. — Maria Lenhart Read the […]

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