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Travel CEOs Doubt Business Travel’s Total Return Here are 9 other top travel stories

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We will be posting new stories every night of the week, covering travel news and trends. We will give you the chance to check out all of our most important stories every weekend, in case they were missed earlier.

What Travel CEOs are Predicting About the Permanent Return of Business Travel:Only when international borders are reopened and workers can return to work, it is difficult to see how future business travel will be. It is important to be cautious about any signs of a significant recovery by the end the year. This is what CEOs finally understand.

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The Airline Failures and Bankruptcies So Far in the Pandemic:You might expect this long list to be due to the current air travel halt in 2020 and new Delta variant terrors. It is still quite amazing to see the number of airline fatalities together.

Bill Gates’ Firm Is Now Controlling Stakeholder in Four Seasons Hotels:It is good news to those who appreciate the work that Bill Gates has done in helping Four Seasons grow over recent years. There is still uncertainty about when this market will return to those conditions, which are what allow people to sleep in these luxurious hotels.

Traveloka Taps Breaks on $400 SPAC Deal to Go Public:Is special-purpose acquisition companies losing their appeal? As other travel startup plans to go public, we’ll learn more.

Las Vegas Emerging This Fall as the Hottest Corporate Travel Destination Despite Variant Worries:This city follows the protocol of the pandemic: After the tourists come the business travellers. Although Las Vegas appears to be on the verge of recovery, Delta variant worries could still spoil it.

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The New Wellness Imperative for Long-Haul Travel:Long-haul travel is now an endurance sport. Premium brands must offer new services to accommodate those who are making the journey, not the Zoom. It doesn’t seem like luxury from the past.

Spain’s eDreams Odigeo Claims to Spend Nothing on Marketing Its Booming Subscription Plan:eDreams Odigeo is an online travel agency that spends a lot on marketing in order to get new clients. However, it currently has very little spending outside of its channels to encourage travelers to subscribe to its premium subscriptions. However, there are no YouTube ads or banner advertisements. This could be changing soon.

Lufthansa Frequent Flyer Program Tests a Direct to Consumer Warby Parker Model:The Lufthansa test partnership might not be a success. However, it is certain that major reward programs for travel have wide opportunities to make use of their customers in ways luxury retailers like Omega and Aston Martin will appreciate.

Marriott CEO Sees Hotels Bouncing Back Quickly After Delta Variant Slump:If there is no business travel, it is difficult to believe that fall hotel performances will be as good as expected for Hilton and Marriott.

9/11 Tours Are Big Business:Tourists have never lost interest in 9/11, although the effects of the pandemic on exhibits and tours has made it difficult for them to visit. We hope that the huge media coverage surrounding September 11, 2001 will attract new audiences to this day.

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Publited Sat, 11 Sep 2021 at 23:13.40 +0000

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