Angie Giroux is a senior editor in charge of SmartBrief's travel and hospitality content, including newsletters for the aerospace and aviation industries. Before joining SmartBrief, she was with a Washington, D.C.-based trade association.
Leisure travel is picking up again, but businesses are reconsidering their travel plans, with airlines and hotels watching closely for signs of what is to come.
Travel and hospitality businesses have become lucrative targets in recent years for cybercriminals who have stolen from the industries.
The pandemic has not caused the travel and hospitality industry to lose sight of sustainability.
With vaccination programs ramping up globally, including the planned distribution of 150 million doses across the US, travelers, airlines and hotels are looking forward to a better year ahead.
Hotels, airlines and trains have embraced technology to address traveler concerns during the coronavirus pandemic
With the world adjusting and responding to the pandemic, major companies, such as Marriott and Hyatt, are working with top health experts to ensure the safety of their guests and employees
Wellness tourism was on the rise before the coronavirus pandemic caused travel worldwide to come to a standstill.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the airline, cruise and hotel industries, possibly forever.
Due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus, the travel business is doing what it can to adjust to the situation.
Hotel bars and restaurants everywhere spice up their drink menus during the winter.