If you've been wanting to take a trip to Norway, Expedia has a new 360-degree virtual reality film that may inspire you to book a flight—and then book a train ticket when you get there.
It's the second day of the weekend-long Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, and Peter Giorgi, the new chief marketing officer of Celebrity Cruises, has just flown in from Helsinki to check out the brand's experiential activation at the renowned culinary event.
Travelers today, especially those using Airbnb to find lodging around the world, don't want to navigate throngs of other tourists for a glimpse of Times Square or Fisherman's Wharf.
If you want to see a contender for the year's most bizarre ad, here's one about a bunch of people stroking a giant sausage on a beach.McCann Mexico created the spot for online travel agency Best Day.
This fall, travel guide publisher Lonely Planet will become the latest entrant in the travel magazine space with the U.S. launch of Lonely Planet Magazine. Edited by Lauren Finney, who was most recently senior editor at Niche Media, the new quarterly title will have a cover price of $5.99 and a circulation rate base guarantee of 450,000 when it hits newsstands Sept. 2.
Before JetBlue Airways moved to its Long Island City, Queens corporate digs in 2012, New York's hometown airline had a vision for its headquarters. "JetBlue's home was designed to showcase […]
Adam&eveDDB goes the unsubtle stock-footage route in this Valentine's Day ad for travel site LastMinute.com, cramming scads of naughty visual metaphors into one fast-moving montage dubbed "Sexy Delights of Europe."
By now, we’ve all seen the ads and read the glowing magazine profiles about the world’s most luxurious airline, Dubai-based Emirates: the flat beds in private quarters, the lo