Pandemic Sees Rivals Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Team Up

They've convened a health and safety panel ahead of cruises resuming in September.

Booking.com Wins Supreme Court Case to Trademark Its Name

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote the 8-1 decision.

Exclusive: Expedia Is Matching Advertising Spend by Travel-Related Businesses

The $25 million boost to advertisers comes as travel industry tries to rebound.

Lithuania Has a Secret Weapon for Tourism Success: Cold, Pink Soup

Šaltibarščiai is a source of culinary pride, and now it's fueling the Baltic country's marketing.

Don’t Expect Disney’s New Splash Mountain Theme Right Away

The attraction, which is open at Disney World and Disneyland, will shift its focus to The Princess and the Frog.

‘Travel as We Knew It Is Over,’ Says Airbnb CEO as Bookings Rise

Short-term rentals see a 20% increase in bookings over 2019.

Tripadvisor Is Rolling Out a Safety Filter for Traveler Searches

Businesses can list their own sanitation policies and travelers will verify.

Carnival Extends Pause, Along With the Rest of the Cruise Industry

Carnival Cruise Line had planned to return in August but will now wait until the fall.

Virgin Voyages Caps Cruise Capacity for Its First Sail

The Scarlet Lady is scheduled to make her maiden voyage this fall.

Fear of Germy Planes Becomes a Boon for iFly’s New Travel-Size Antiseptic Kits

Are the stories of scuzzy planes really true? Mostly, yes.