Airbnb seeks valuation up to $35 bn in IPO filing
Carnival said it is in the “process of building a gradual, phased-in approach to resume guest operations.”
No prizes for guessing the key reason why.
Airbnb says sharing model proved 'resilient' amid pandemic
French sought to party in thousands despite virus: Airbnb
"We are encouraged by the continued demand for future cruise vacations," Norwegian President and CEO Frank Del Rio said.
US sets requirements for 'phased resumption' of cruises
Home rental company Airbnb is reportedly eyeing a valuation of $30 billion with its upcoming IPO in December, riding the unexpected early recovery in its business during the coronavirus pandemic.
Singapore 'cruises to nowhere' plan sparks virus fears
Here's what to expect when you book your next cruise trip.
Cities press EU for tougher laws governing Airbnb rentals
The nation's economy shrank by one fifth in the second quarter, more than any European neighbor.
Airbnb said it may pursue legal action against guests that violate its global party ban.
Airbnb bans parties at rental properties amid pandemic
The move comes as the travel industry suffers an economic blow from the coronavirus pandemic amid slowdowns in tourism.
Party's over: Airbnb restricts under-25s in UK, France and Spain
The digital travel service said employees will be notified of the layoffs in starting in September by a country-by-country basis.
The company also operates the Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands.
Princess Cruises extends its global suspension of sailing operations as COVID-19 cases surge around the world.
The restriction is for ships with a capacity to carry 250 or more passengers.
Are cruise ships a breeding ground for the coronavirus? Norwegian Cruise Line CEO thinks it can be among the safest places on earth if done right.
Users can now book trips and hotel accommodations using cryptocurrencies supported by Travala.com, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Binance Coin and AVA, the site’s native crypto token.
Thomas Moyer allegedly offered 200 iPads worth $70,000 to the Santa Clara sheriff's office in order to score four concealed firearms licenses.