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As pandemic eases, theme parks keep high-tech tools their guests like

The LEGO NINJAGO World section of LEGOLAND Florida Resort in Winter Haven, Florida. LEGOLAND/Merlin Entertainments Theme parks are set for a big rebound this summer as much of the country starts to exit Covid restrictions. And many of the high-tech, low-touch solutions parks implemented during the pandemic to enable limited reopenings are here to stay […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : July 24, 2021 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
Royal Caribbean to launch first passenger cruise from U.S. since pandemic no sail orders

After a 15-month, pandemic-induced hiatus, cruising has returned to America. Royal Caribbean‘s Celebrity Edge is less than 24 hours away from setting sail off the coast of Florida, the first passenger cruise from a U.S. port since the Covid pandemic shuttered the industry’s operations across the globe last year. “We’ve waited so long for this […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : June 25, 2021 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
Resorts World Las Vegas to open as pandemic recovery takes hold

In a city where luck has a lot to do with the outcome, the executives overseeing the Las Vegas Strip’s newest property feel like they hit the jackpot. “We were waiting, optimistic that things would get better when we opened,” said Scott Sibella, president of Resorts World Las Vegas. “But here we are at 100% […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : June 24, 2021 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
Asia may be first in, last out of the Covid pandemic, says travel services firm

A health worker prepares a vial of Chinese Sinovac vaccine against Covid-19 coronavirus disease inside a movie theatre turned into a vaccination center in Taguig City suburban Manila on June 14, 2021. Ted Aljibe | AFP | Getty Images SINGAPORE — Asia was the first epicenter of the Covid-19 outbreak and could be the last […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : June 24, 2021 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
Price outweighs pandemic fears as Americans look to book travel again

Fifty-six percent of travelers told Discover they’ll use contactless payment methods more often while on trips this year. martin-dm | E+ | Getty Images Most news about travel may have focused on health and safety since the pandemic hit over a year ago. However, cost and booking flexibility are now even more top of mind […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : June 16, 2021 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
Airport screenings top 2 million a day for first time in pandemic

Amid a busy getaway travel day for the Memorial Day weekend and the first holiday since coronavirus pandemic restrictions have been relaxed, a crowd of travelers wait in line to check in for their flights at LAX at Delta Airlines, Terminal 2 at LAX Friday, May 28, 2021. Allen J. Schaben | Los Angeles Times […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : June 14, 2021 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
Eager to travel, Americans book Sun Belt beach, city stays as pandemic fades

Miami Beach, Florida Artur Debat | Moment | Getty Images Interest in travel is picking up as the pandemic winds down, and cooped-up Americans are itching to hit the road again, two recent surveys have found. Travelers are thinking about booking trips to warm and sunny domestic climes — be they Sun Belt cities or […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : June 13, 2021 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
Travel bookings are rebounding as Hilton has best night since the beginning of the pandemic

As people continue to get vaccinated across the U.S., travel demand is surging. Hilton CEO Christopher Nassetta told CNBC on Tuesday the company notched a record-breaking number of bookings last Saturday, during the Memorial Day holiday weekend. “We had a blockbuster weekend,” Nassetta said in an interview on “Squawk Box.” “On Saturday night we were, […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : June 7, 2021 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
U.S. air travel reaches pandemic high as peak season kicks off

Travelers wait in line at a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screening checkpoint at Orlando International Airport on the Friday before Memorial Day. As more and more people have received the COVID-19 vaccine, American Automobile Association (AAA) is predicting more than 37 million Americans will travel more than 50 miles this Memorial Day weekend, many for […]

By : ILIAS ELABDI Date : June 6, 2021 Category : Travel News & Insights Comments :
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