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2022 February

Airbnb to offer free housing to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees

A woman talks on the phone at the Airbnb office headquarters in the SOMA district of San Francisco, California. Gabrielle Lurie | Reuters Airbnb said Monday it will offer free, temporary housing for up to 100,000 refugees fleeing Ukraine. The company will fund these stays with help from Airbnb hosts and donations to the Airbnb.org […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : February 28, 2022 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
Europe’s travel rules are dropping as fast as its Covid cases

Travel restrictions are quickly disappearing in Europe, with new announcements coming by the week — and, more recently, by the day. Changes to eliminate Covid-related travel rules gained momentum in January, as a wave of omicron-related infections engulfed the continent.   But parts of Europe didn’t wait to act. Citing high vaccination rates and the […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : February 28, 2022 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
France is the most visited country in the world. Here’s why

You might think a large country like the United States is the most visited in the world, but you’d be wrong — France takes that honor. About 90 million international visitors traveled there in 2019, and tourism makes up 8% of the country’s gross domestic product, according to the French ministry of foreign affairs. As […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : February 28, 2022 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
How the conflict is disrupting air travel

One of the five Ukrainian Boeign 737-800 aircraft that landed yesterday at Castellon airport in the face of the political situation in Ukraine and Russia, on 15 February, 2022 in Castellon, Valencian Community, Spain. Carme Ripolles | Europa Press | Getty Images Russia’s invasion of Ukraine this week is ripping through the air travel industry, […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : February 26, 2022 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
This company offers its contract workers benefits and job security

Harriet Talbot Courtesy: Harriet Talbot Millions of Americans are quitting their jobs and rethinking what they want when it comes to work and work-life balance. Companies are responding, meeting their employees’ needs in areas like remote work, flexible hours, four-day workweeks, compensation and more. This story is part of a series looking at the Great […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : February 25, 2022 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
Disney’s Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser review: Let loose and play

Guests dine in the Crown of Corellia Dining Room during a performance by galactic superstar Gaya. Disney Immersion takes on new meaning aboard Disney’s newest theme park attraction, the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser. From the moment passengers board the shuttles to the Chandrila Star Lines’ starcruiser known as the Halcyon, the adventure begins. And it […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : February 25, 2022 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
Air rage during the pandemic – where it is and isn’t happening

The videos light up social media and dominate news headlines. From verbal confrontations to all-out brawls, scenes of airplane passengers behaving badly have become increasingly familiar in Covid-era travel. While “air rage” may seem to be another inevitability of living through a pandemic, some parts of the world are seeing fewer frustrations unleashed in the […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : February 23, 2022 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
Airbus plans to test hydrogen engine on A380 jumbo jet to fly mid-decade

Airbus hydrogen A380 demonstrator Airbus hydrogen A380 demonstrator Airbus said it plans to test a hydrogen-powered engine on a modified A380 by the middle of the decade, in hopes of bringing lower-emissions fuels to commercial air travel. The European aircraft giant said Tuesday that it’s working with engine-maker CFM International — a joint venture of […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : February 22, 2022 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
U.S. air travel surges as Covid cases continue to drop

Lines of people wait to get through TSA airport screening. Getty Images U.S. airports were the busiest since Thanksgiving over Presidents Day weekend, a sign that leisure travel continues to recover as Covid cases fall further. The Transportation Security Administration screened nearly 8.4 million people from Friday through Monday, more than double the number from […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : February 22, 2022 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
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By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : February 22, 2022 Category : Travel Videos Comments :
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