Viewing News for July 31, 2020

Airlines

Opinion: Airlines Left Doubting If Enough People Can, Or Will, Travel FlightGlobal
Recovery For Global Air Transport Industry Remains Tentative AviationWeek
Air France-KLM Reports Quarterly Loss Of CA$4.14 Billion TravelWeelyUK
British Airways Owner IAG To Raise CA$4.37B After Record Loss TheGuardian
Air Travel’s Sudden Collapse Creates Opportunities For Strong Challengers Economist
Aviation Historian Draws On 9/11 To Help Understand The Coronavirus Crisis TheConversation

Attractions

Universal Theme Parks' Numbers Tumble In Q2 TravelWeekly

Biz Travel

GBTA: COVID-19 Testing is Critical to Resurrect EU Travel HotelNewsResource

Cruise

HAL Changes Name Of Newbuild To Rotterdam, Delivery Pushed To JUL 2021 Open JawOJ
Stalled Cruise Industry Counts On Repeat Guests For Recovery Reuters
Fincantieri Reports Q2 Loss, But No Cancellations Generate Confidence For Future SeatradeCruiseNews

Destinations

UNWTO: 40% Of Destinations Have Now Eased Travel Restrictions HotelNewsResource
Caribbean Finds There's No Good Answer To Reopening CNN
Roundup: Entry Requirements As Countries Cautiously Reopen ThePointsGuy

Hotels & Resorts

Hotel Room Rates In Las Vegas Low But Still Above US Average LasVegasReviewJournal
Marriott & Hilton Hotels In California Are Using Robots For Room Deliveries AdWeek
TripAdvisor Names Victoria's Magnolia Hotel Best In Canada CTV

Retail

Expedia Records US$577 Million Q2 Loss TravelWeekly

Technology

Amadeus Reports Smaller-Than-Expected Loss Reuters

Trends

Companies Struggle With Chaotic Surges In Bookings When Restrictions Lift Skift
Baby Boomers, Eager To Travel, Endure ‘A Lost Year’ As They Sit Home Forbes


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