Tomorrowland’s travel partner is offering credit notes after event cancelled, cash refunds could take up to 18 months
European carriers with a low cost base and healthy balance sheet will head straight into a summer price war once coronavirus travel restrictions ease and passengers start to book their holidays.
‘Ghost towns, I learned long ago, are not done living. They merely await their next incarnations.’
From better environmental protections to more flexible booking, some positive travel trends could emerge.
Tickets for the Tomorrowland weekend are between €200-300 ($215-330) but some fans paid up to €2300 for a global journey pass that includes transport to and from countries around the world.
Their motto is: ‘Better than a bandana.’
Barry Diller, chairman of Expedia Group and IAC/InterActive visited CNBC to talk about his view that the government needs to step in and save all the companies that have been hammered by the coronavirus shutdown.
Travellers have been warned to put off summer vacation plans by EU Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen, who cited uncertainty due to the coronavirus outbreak.
‘Even small mistakes that I might make could be huge for me.’
And if you don’t have bread, eat crackers, says Sint Maarten’s prime minister Silveria Jacobs
The country’s government reportedly booked out about 7,500 rooms, many of which typically go for upwards of $150 a night.
Britain is braced for a four-day Easter holiday with temperatures expected to soar, but people are being urged to stay indoors
A string of falling coronavirus deaths has tossed a lifeline of hope to Spain, but a deep economic downturn waits on the other side.
United Airlines Holdings Inc. said Monday it was reducing thresholds to qualify for Mileage Plus Premier status for 2021 by 50% for each status level. Current 2020 Premier status members will have Premier status extended ...