Germans can now enter Hungary without limitations! – Budapest Travel Article

Germans can now enter Hungary without limitations! The Hungarian minster of Foreign Affairs (Peter Szijjarto) announced yesterday that people from Germany can now freely enter Hungary. This is good news for Hungarians living in Germany who wants to come home, and it is awesome news for Germans who want to come to Budapest for their summer holiday.Hungary is slowly opening up their borders, and last week, it was made possible for people from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Austria to…

Read More

Times Square’s Famous Billboards Went Dark, But Just for One Minute: Here’s Why – Business Travel Article

Times Square’s Famous Billboards Went Dark, But Just for One Minute: Here’s Why Times Square Wednesday night at exactly 9 p.m. The famous billboards of Times Square went dark for a moment Wednesday night at 9 p.m. local time to show support for the city’s restaurants, hotels, and non-profit organizations amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Normally brightly lighted by numerous billboards and adverts, Times Square is a major commercial intersection and tourist destination in Midtown Manhattan. It stretches from West 42nd…

Read More

Delta to Retire Boeing 777 Fleet by End of 2020 – Business Travel Article

Delta to Retire Boeing 777 Fleet by End of 2020 Delta Air Lines announced plans to retire its entire Boeing 777 fleet by the end of the year amidst the coronavirus pandemic. The move comes just weeks the airline announced that it would retire the McDonnell Douglas MD-88 and MD-90 aircraft. In April, American Airlines said that it has “officially retired” its Boeing 767 and Embraer E190 fleets and will soon retire its remaining Airbus A330, Boeing 757, and Bombardier…

Read More

▷ Reopening New York City – USA Travel Article

▷ Reopening New York City With the summer season inching closer, shelter in place fatigue is kicking in for some. With the reopening deadline starting on May 15, certain regions in New York state can slowly start opening the first out of four phases. These regions are most likely up-state as each one needs to hit the 7 criteria to begin re-opening. This article is a brief rundown on the state of the reopening of New York City.New York City…

Read More

▷ Life in NYC after Coronavirus – USA Travel Article

▷ Life in NYC after Coronavirus With the coronavirus somewhat slowing down in NYC and New York state, plans to reopen the economy have begun. Because the virus is still most likely being spread, there are a lot of questions being asked about what would life in NYC after coronavirus would look like. Surely, there will be certain restrictions.ContentsAndrew Cuomo, who is the governor of New York plans to “UN-pause” the state up slowly. The target date for opening up-state…

Read More

▷ July 4th Fireworks in NYC to Take Place Amid Coronavirus Outbreak – USA Travel Article

▷ July 4th Fireworks in NYC to Take Place Amid Coronavirus Outbreak The July 4th fireworks show in NYC is the largest Independence Day celebration in the country and one of the greatest events of the year in New York. Due to the ban of parades and large events throughout June amid the coronavirus crisis, the firework spectacle seemed unrealistic. But now, there is a reason for hope.Mayor de Blasio vows to host fireworksIn his daily briefing on April 22nd,…

Read More

Coronavirus Update: Scientists at Oxford May Have Vaccine, U.S. Cases Near 1 Million, R0 Rises in Germany – Business Travel Article

Coronavirus Update: Scientists at Oxford May Have Vaccine, U.S. Cases Near 1 Million, R0 Rises in Germany The Rathaus on the Marienplatz in Munich IN BRIEF Countries that are eager to loosen restrictions put in place to combat the novel coronavirus would be “balancing lives against livelihoods,” the head of the World Health Organization, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, warned. Germany reported that the rate at which the novel coronavirus is reproducing, known as R0, has risen to 1.0 from 0.7…

Read More

▷ Collaborate with us – USA Travel Article

▷ Collaborate with us Do you want to present your brand to real travel enthusiasts? Do you want to make sure that they get more out of your trip with you? Then you’ve come to the right place!We’re passionate about our travel destinations – and data!We analyze millions of touchpoints from our apps, websites and social media channels to keep up with the latest Digital Marketing trends and to make sure we’re not missing anything. This way we’re able to…

Read More

American Airlines to Apply for Government Aid, Will Offer Staff Partially Paid Leave – Business Travel Article

American Airlines to Apply for Government Aid, Will Offer Staff Partially Paid Leave American Airlines said Monday that it plans to apply for part of the $50 billion in government aid that U.S. airlines will receive from the government out of its $2 trillion economic stimulus package and offer employees partial pay to entice them to take furloughs from between three and 12 months. Like other airlines, the world’s largest carrier has seen demand plummet in the past month. “We…

Read More

Air Passenger Duty – A missed opportunity – Business Travel Article

Air Passenger Duty – A missed opportunity Shauna Burns, MD; “Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his first Budget yesterday which was overshadowed by emergency provisions in the Budget to support businesses affected by the threat of COVID-19, or the fear of the threat. One notable absent change for businesses was no change to Air Passenger Duty (“APD”). Northern Ireland businesses I can confirm are still travelling, and over the incoming weeks when COVID-19 is contained businesses will travel more again. But…

Read More