W+K’s New Travel Portland Ads Reveal More of the City’s Quirks

While Portlandia pushed Portland’s weirdness into the public perception, the city isn’t all doughnuts, beer and naked bike rides.

Booking.com Will Open a Pop-Up Resort Inspired by 2020 Resolutions

The travel booking website's latest activation features 20 suites with themes like pets, books, saving money and entertaining.

Marriott’s New Global Officer of Experience on What ‘Experience’ Means

Adweek sat down with Peggy Fang Roe, who just began her tenure as Marriott’s new global officer of experience, loyalty and new ventures.

Delta Unveils New OOH Parallel Reality Signs and Robotic Exoskeleton at CES 2020

Changes announced by the airline at CES 2020 also include a robotic exoskeleton for workers and a digital concierge.

Uber Chooses Hyundai to Build Its Air Taxi Fleet

Ride-sharing company hopes the vehicle is the future of transportation.

JetBlue’s Domestic Flights Will Be Carbon Neutral by July

Airline partners with Carbonfund.org and Neste to achieve the goal.

Eastern Airlines Is Back (Again) With a New Strategy and Rebrand

The once storied carrier tries a different approach.

CES 2020 Preview: How Carnival Uses VR and AI Aboard Cruise Ships

Chief innovation officer John Padgett on how technology is changing the travel industry.

Airport Terminal Retail Takes Off

While brick-and-mortar stores struggle to adapt to changes in consumer behavior, airport retailers are thriving.

Despite Protests, Hong Kong Will Have the Most Global Arrivals in 2019

Visits to Hong Kong are predicted to fall in 2019, according to Euromonitor, but it's still expected to welcome 26.7 million arrivals, more than any other city in the world.