Around the world, tourism boards are vying for your post-pandemic travel dollars

May 29, 2020
Scotland, Switzerland, South Africa, Germany, Mexico, Indonesia — they all want to be first on your list when you can travel again.
Tourists visit Edinburgh Castle in Scotland in January. In some countries, tourism can account for 20% or even 30% of GDP.
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Gas prices are low ahead of Memorial Day. But will people travel?

May 22, 2020
Travel could fall to record lows this holiday weekend, despite some of the cheapest gas in nearly two decades.
Gas prices heading into the Memorial Day weekend are at their lowest levels in nearly two decades.
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QR codes and dramatic vistas: tips for traveling during the pandemic

May 15, 2020
Traveling will look very different during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tourists at Mount Cangshan in China's Yunnan province undergo temperature checks and QR code scans before entering the park.
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Now you can earn Marriott points at the grocery store

May 4, 2020
Since many people aren't traveling, the hotel company is trying to capitalize on an activity that gives people an incentive to use its cards.
A woman wearing a mask at a grocery checkout stand. Hotel giant Marriott will give points for grocery purchases.
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Airlines can't recover until people start traveling like normal

Apr 24, 2020
Delta's CEO said it could be three years before the company sees a sustainable recovery.
A Southwest Airlines flight takes off as United Airlines planes sit parked on a runway at Denver International Airport.
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Air travel is almost completely grounded due to COVID-19, as these 6 charts show

Apr 17, 2020
The number of people traveling by plane has dropped at least 95%. We run the numbers.
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Trump suspends travel from Europe to U.S. for 30 days

Mar 12, 2020
Trump says the restrictions won't apply to the United Kingdom, and the U.S. will monitor the situation to determine if travel can be reopened earlier.
President Trump addresses the nation from the Oval Office about the widening COVID-19 crisis on March 11, 2020 in Washington.
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What people are (and aren't) spending money on during the coronavirus outbreak

Feb 19, 2020
Forgoing the Chinese Lunar New Year festivities means spending less money on partying and spending a lot of time indoors.
A vegetable stand in Wuhan City, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak. Resident Tian Changxing said vegetables are in short supply in the city.
Tian Changxing

The art of the airline map

Oct 29, 2019
Original airline maps made flying all the more glamorous.

What happens to Thomas Cook customers now?

Sep 24, 2019
The British government has repatriated about 8% of the 155,000 UK citizens who were abroad on vacations when the 178-year old travel-booking company went bust.
The service desk of British tour operator Thomas Cook is closed at Tegel airport in Berlin on Sept. 23, 2019.
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