Airlines Were Given Billions. Layoffs May Still Be Inevitable

It's unclear what airlines will have to give up to accept their government bailout.

Travel Advertising Fell by as Much as 90% in March

The ads that are running emphasize safety and refunds.

Airline Industry to Get $50 Billion From the $2 Trillion Congress Stimulus Bill

The government will provide $50 billion in grants and loans for the airline industry following the coronavirus pandemic.

U.S. Airlines Seek Bailout as Layoffs Hit European Carriers

SAS and Norwegian Airlines have temporarily ceased operations as the coronavirus continues to devastate the travel industry.

How Hard Will the European Flight Ban Hit the Airline Industry?

In a word, very. Layoffs seem likely, and bailouts could be down the line.

Travel Marketers Frustrated by the Loss of Third-Party Cookies

One says privacy-related changes could set the industry back 8-10 years.

Cashierless Retail Is Coming to New York Area Airports

Cashierless retail could improve the passenger experience at Newark and LaGuardia.

Airlines Tout Cleaning Policies to Reassure Travelers Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Aviation industry could see losses of over $100 billion.

Why Chic Travel Upstart Béis Economizes on its Instagram Shoots

Shay Mitchell takes us behind the scenes of the Beis Instagram content.

Virgin Voyages to Start Cruising in March Despite Coronavirus

Richard Branson's millennial-friendly cruise line is already facing rough seas.