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Global travel industry intelligence from Skift: News, info, data and analysis on airlines, hotels, tourism, cruises, startups, tech and more. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com

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Does British Airways Have Its Mojo Back?

The Skift Airline Innovation Report is our weekly newsletter on the business of airline innovation. We look closely at the technological, financial, and design trends at airlines and airports. Brian Sumers writes and curates the newsletter, and we send it on Wednesdays. You can find previous issues of the newsletter here. I can think of only one other major global carrier — ahem, United Airlines — that has received as much criticism over the past five years.

2 MINMAR 25
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Does British Airways Have Its Mojo Back?

TUI Group Sells Its Only Non-Charter Airline

TUI Group has agreed to sell its French scheduled carrier Corsair to a German airline investor for an undisclosed sum. The German tourism giant has been looking to offload the airline for years as it doesn’t fit with the rest of the company’s business. Intro Aviation is buying a 53 per cent stake, TUI will initially retain a minority stake of 27 per cent, while Corsair’s employee benefit trust will take a 20 per cent stake.

2 MINMAR 21
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TUI Group Sells Its Only Non-Charter Airline

Skift Forum Europe: British Airways CEO on Remaking an Iconic Company

Hundreds of the travel industry’s most-forward-thinking executives will gather for our third annualSkift Forum Europe in London on April 30.In just a few years, Skift's Forums — the largest creative business gatherings in the global travel industry — have become what media, speakers, and attendees have called the “TED Talks of travel.

10 MINMAR 20
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Skift Forum Europe: British Airways CEO on Remaking an Iconic Company

Your Chance To Win All-Access Passes To Skift Forum Asia

Next up on our 2019 Global Forums schedule is our first-ever Skift Forum Asia! Happy to confirm we’relaunching a giveawayfor two lucky people to attend the conference in Singapore free of charge! We give away 2 tickets so you can bring a colleague and share the experience. We expect over 400 attendees representing 200+ companies, at the inaugural event.

2 MINMAR 19
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Your Chance To Win All-Access Passes To Skift Forum Asia

The Rise of Wellness at South by Southwest

The Skift Wellnessnewsletter is our weekly dispatch focused onwhat’s happening in wellness from a global business standpoint.Skift Wellness lives where wellness meets commerce, mindfulness meets technology, the yoga studio meets the boardroom, andhealth meets business. South by Southwest used to be known as a music festival with film premieres and tech activations. But there’s a new industry in town: wellness.

2 MINMAR 18
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The Rise of Wellness at South by Southwest

Let the Planes Depart On Time

The Skift Airline Innovation Report is our weekly newsletter on the business of airline innovation. We look closely at the technological, financial, and design trends at airlines and airports. Brian Sumers writes and curates the newsletter, and we send it on Wednesdays. You can find previous issues of the newsletter here.

2 MINMAR 15
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Let the Planes Depart On Time

Carnival Boosts Star Power Strategy With Emeril Restaurant

Carnival Cruise Line’s upcoming megaship landed a big name in the food world. Emeril Lagasse — New Orleans chef, restaurateur, and former Food Network host — is teaming up with the cruise operator to open his first restaurant at sea on Mardi Gras, which launches next year.The announcement is the latest marketing move by Carnival to partner with well-known personalities as a way to make a connection with travelers who are new to cruising or to the brand.

4 MINMAR 14
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Carnival Boosts Star Power Strategy With Emeril Restaurant

U.S. Airlines Hold Off Grounding Boeing’s Latest Jet Despite New Calls for Caution

Even as Aeromexico grounded its Boeing 737-8 Max fleet on Monday night, becoming the first North American operator to stop flying the jet, U.S. airlines remained committed to it. They say they’re confident in the technologically advanced airplane, even amid growing concerns and new calls for caution.

7 MINMAR 13
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U.S. Airlines Hold Off Grounding Boeing’s Latest Jet Despite New Calls for Caution

Airbnb Buys HotelTonight and 9 Other Hospitality Trends This Week

Throughout the week we post dozens of original stories, connecting the dots across the travel industry, and every weekend we sum it all up. This weekend roundup examines hospitality. For all of our weekend roundups,go here. Airbnb Is Buying HotelTonight: Here’s What That Means. Will Airbnb stick to its boutique and independent-only stance on hotels? It could put it at a serious disadvantage when it comes to competitors like Booking or Expedia in the long run.

18 MINMAR 12
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Airbnb Buys HotelTonight and 9 Other Hospitality Trends This Week

The Curious Case of Japan’s New Low-Cost, Long-HaulCarrier

Japan Airlines (JAL) packed a roomful of delegates eager to know more about its new low-cost, long-haul carrier at last week’s Aviation Festival Asia. But details were scant, and the audience left without knowing a lot more. They found that the key basics are still under consideration, even though an air operator’s certificate for the new airline is imminent.

8 MINMAR 11
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The Curious Case of Japan’s New Low-Cost, Long-HaulCarrier

Latest Episodes

Does British Airways Have Its Mojo Back?

The Skift Airline Innovation Report is our weekly newsletter on the business of airline innovation. We look closely at the technological, financial, and design trends at airlines and airports. Brian Sumers writes and curates the newsletter, and we send it on Wednesdays. You can find previous issues of the newsletter here. I can think of only one other major global carrier — ahem, United Airlines — that has received as much criticism over the past five years.

2 MINMAR 25
Comments
Does British Airways Have Its Mojo Back?

TUI Group Sells Its Only Non-Charter Airline

TUI Group has agreed to sell its French scheduled carrier Corsair to a German airline investor for an undisclosed sum. The German tourism giant has been looking to offload the airline for years as it doesn’t fit with the rest of the company’s business. Intro Aviation is buying a 53 per cent stake, TUI will initially retain a minority stake of 27 per cent, while Corsair’s employee benefit trust will take a 20 per cent stake.

2 MINMAR 21
Comments
TUI Group Sells Its Only Non-Charter Airline

Skift Forum Europe: British Airways CEO on Remaking an Iconic Company

Hundreds of the travel industry’s most-forward-thinking executives will gather for our third annualSkift Forum Europe in London on April 30.In just a few years, Skift's Forums — the largest creative business gatherings in the global travel industry — have become what media, speakers, and attendees have called the “TED Talks of travel.

10 MINMAR 20
Comments
Skift Forum Europe: British Airways CEO on Remaking an Iconic Company

Your Chance To Win All-Access Passes To Skift Forum Asia

Next up on our 2019 Global Forums schedule is our first-ever Skift Forum Asia! Happy to confirm we’relaunching a giveawayfor two lucky people to attend the conference in Singapore free of charge! We give away 2 tickets so you can bring a colleague and share the experience. We expect over 400 attendees representing 200+ companies, at the inaugural event.

2 MINMAR 19
Comments
Your Chance To Win All-Access Passes To Skift Forum Asia

The Rise of Wellness at South by Southwest

The Skift Wellnessnewsletter is our weekly dispatch focused onwhat’s happening in wellness from a global business standpoint.Skift Wellness lives where wellness meets commerce, mindfulness meets technology, the yoga studio meets the boardroom, andhealth meets business. South by Southwest used to be known as a music festival with film premieres and tech activations. But there’s a new industry in town: wellness.

2 MINMAR 18
Comments
The Rise of Wellness at South by Southwest

Let the Planes Depart On Time

The Skift Airline Innovation Report is our weekly newsletter on the business of airline innovation. We look closely at the technological, financial, and design trends at airlines and airports. Brian Sumers writes and curates the newsletter, and we send it on Wednesdays. You can find previous issues of the newsletter here.

2 MINMAR 15
Comments
Let the Planes Depart On Time

Carnival Boosts Star Power Strategy With Emeril Restaurant

Carnival Cruise Line’s upcoming megaship landed a big name in the food world. Emeril Lagasse — New Orleans chef, restaurateur, and former Food Network host — is teaming up with the cruise operator to open his first restaurant at sea on Mardi Gras, which launches next year.The announcement is the latest marketing move by Carnival to partner with well-known personalities as a way to make a connection with travelers who are new to cruising or to the brand.

4 MINMAR 14
Comments
Carnival Boosts Star Power Strategy With Emeril Restaurant

U.S. Airlines Hold Off Grounding Boeing’s Latest Jet Despite New Calls for Caution

Even as Aeromexico grounded its Boeing 737-8 Max fleet on Monday night, becoming the first North American operator to stop flying the jet, U.S. airlines remained committed to it. They say they’re confident in the technologically advanced airplane, even amid growing concerns and new calls for caution.

7 MINMAR 13
Comments
U.S. Airlines Hold Off Grounding Boeing’s Latest Jet Despite New Calls for Caution

Airbnb Buys HotelTonight and 9 Other Hospitality Trends This Week

Throughout the week we post dozens of original stories, connecting the dots across the travel industry, and every weekend we sum it all up. This weekend roundup examines hospitality. For all of our weekend roundups,go here. Airbnb Is Buying HotelTonight: Here’s What That Means. Will Airbnb stick to its boutique and independent-only stance on hotels? It could put it at a serious disadvantage when it comes to competitors like Booking or Expedia in the long run.

18 MINMAR 12
Comments
Airbnb Buys HotelTonight and 9 Other Hospitality Trends This Week

The Curious Case of Japan’s New Low-Cost, Long-HaulCarrier

Japan Airlines (JAL) packed a roomful of delegates eager to know more about its new low-cost, long-haul carrier at last week’s Aviation Festival Asia. But details were scant, and the audience left without knowing a lot more. They found that the key basics are still under consideration, even though an air operator’s certificate for the new airline is imminent.

8 MINMAR 11
Comments
The Curious Case of Japan’s New Low-Cost, Long-HaulCarrier