Fears that the Titan submersible’s tragic end would derail the fast-growing adventure tourism sector were seemingly unfounded.
Airports want tourists to come spend time — and money — without flights.
The next travel trend is one strange trip.
If there’s one word to describe what hotels will be going for in the 2030s, it’s this: frictionless.
Former workers at a secretive men’s club for the rich and powerful are suing for mistreatment.
Add summer camp to the list of things that require a whole lot of cash.
Lei low, spend high: Hawaii struggles to strike a delicate balance in its bid to solve overtourism.
Widespread burnout is driving the expansion of specialized clinics. Very, very expensive specialized clinics.
The zoomers are living up to their name.
“Mileage runs” allow hardcore travelers to maintain elite status. Are they worth it?
Delta and a flight attendants union want a common database of unruly passengers.
The pandemic wiped out business travel, and new technology makes it unlikely it’ll ever get back to pre-pandemic levels.
Plus: The Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest makes bank and toy prices go up.
Plus: iPhone celebrated its 14th birthday and flights are taking off.
United’s airplane order will cost $30B+ (before discounts) and is the latest move from the airline that signals a bullish air travel future.