Turkey Plans to Resume Flights With 40 Countries in June

skift.com - Destinations · 4 Jun

Governments are going to huge efforts to open up for the summer season, and in Turkey's case that means discussions with some 92 countries.

Las Vegas' Plight Is Nevada's Plight After Five Weeks of Shutdown

skift.com - Destinations · 27 Apr

With Las Vegas' famed strip empty and casinos closed throughout Nevada, workers and businesses dependent on the gambling hotspot contemplate whether

Some Beach and Mountain Destinations Now Dread Out-of-Town Visitors

skift.com - Destinations · 21 Mar

A reminder from the mayors of America's beach and mountain resort towns: Advisories against non-essential travel includes non-essential travel to the

Asian Metasearch Reimagines a New Future

skift.com - Destinations · 18 Oct

The future of travel metasearches in Asia is being tested. Who will be left standing and who will become roadkill?

All U.S. Leisure Travel to Cuba Is Banned and 9 Other Tourism Trends This Week

skift.com - Destinations · 9 Jun

This week in tourism, the U.S. political climate is having a big impact on travel: the Trump administration heavily restricted trips to Cuba, and con

Club Med Expands Into Sub-Saharan Africa and 7 Other Tourism Trends This Week

skift.com - Destinations · 1 Jun

This week in tourism, Club Med is expanding into sub-Saharan Africa, cruise line Genting plans to add two Global-class ships, and the CEO of The Trav

Mozambique Tourism Looks Beyond Cyclone Kenneth and 4 Other Tourism Trends This Week

skift.com - Destinations · 19 May

This week in tourism, growth in luxury travelers to Mozambique is under threat, Booking launches a pilot allowing users to reserve experiences only,