We know construction of Berlin's new airport has been a mess. But one thing mentioned less often is that it's far too small to handle the number of passengers expected to visit the city by 2030. This means Berlin probably needs a second airport.
-Brian Sumers

Tegel Airport’s Fate Will Soon Be Decided by Berliners

We know construction of Berlin’s new airport has been a mess. But one thing mentioned less often is that it’s far too small to handle the number of passengers expected to visit the city by 2030. This means Berlin probably needs a second airport.
-Brian Sumers

The milestone was celebrated at the company's Mobile, Ala., assembly line with a brand new American Airlines A321 jet.

Airbus says North American airlines now flying 1,500 of its jets

The milestone was celebrated at the company’s Mobile, Ala., assembly line with a brand new American Airlines A321 jet.

IHG to start avid hotels brand

IHG to start new midscale hotel brand

IHG to start avid hotels brand

Using a single integrated platform to manage operations can help hotels keep up with the competition and consumer demands.
-Dawn Rzeznikiewicz

Rethinking the Current State of Hotel Technology

Using a single integrated platform to manage operations can help hotels keep up with the competition and consumer demands.
-Dawn Rzeznikiewicz

The people who were more likely to have voted in favor of Brexit are the ones who are least likely to suffer if it all goes wrong. Another victory for the baby boomer generation.
-Patrick Whyte

Cruise-Loving Over 50s Are Seemingly Immune to the Brexit Effect

The people who were more likely to have voted in favor of Brexit are the ones who are least likely to suffer if it all goes wrong. Another victory for the baby boomer generation.
-Patrick Whyte

Ryanair's CEO admitted mistakes to disgruntled shareholders Thursday as the airline struggles to overcome a scheduling crisis that is costing it millions.

Ryanair CEO admits 'a major boo boo' amid cancellations crisis

Ryanair’s CEO admitted mistakes to disgruntled shareholders Thursday as the airline struggles to overcome a scheduling crisis that is costing it millions.

Here is this week's "name that airport" photo.

Name that airport …

Here is this week’s “name that airport” photo.

The travel industry has witnessed a number of successful mergers and acquisitions of major brands over the last few years. However, the deals that are truly driving innovation in the space are those that involve forward-thinking startups.
-Dawn Rzeznikiewicz

How Mergers and Acquisitions Are Accelerating Innovation in Travel

The travel industry has witnessed a number of successful mergers and acquisitions of major brands over the last few years. However, the deals that are truly driving innovation in the space are those that involve forward-thinking startups.
-Dawn Rzeznikiewicz

In a cheeky ad, Eurowings says passengers should switch to its flights. What goes around comes around: The Irish airline is often the one ridiculing its rivals.
-Sean O'Neill

Lufthansa Ad Campaign Ridicules Ryanair Over Pilot Fiasco

In a cheeky ad, Eurowings says passengers should switch to its flights. What goes around comes around: The Irish airline is often the one ridiculing its rivals.
-Sean O’Neill



  

  	
      
      
        
          
            
              
            
          

          

        
      
      
    

  


You’re invited to Passported’s first women-only wellness retreat scheduled for November 9-12, 2018 in Cartagena, Colombia.We’re skipping the stretching and green juice diets and have dreamed up a getaway that will kick your tush into serious shape with daily boxing lessons at Cartagena’s famous boxing gyms while we balance the hard work with great Colombian food, boating to the Rosario islands, salsa lessons and a night of dancing, and of course bonding with a group of awesome ladies. We’ll be staying in a private mansion, and the trip will be led by Passported’s Henley Vazquez and competitive boxer and trainer Liv Adler, of Tribeca’s Church Street Boxing Gym and George Forman’s Everybody Fights.

  

  	
      
      
        
          
            
              We have space for 10 to join Henley and Liv, and we’re offering you first dibs. The price for the four-day, three-night itinerary is $3,500 based on double occupancy and includes all accommodations, activities, and special meals. International flights purchased separately. We'll be holding these 10 spots for three days. Let us know if you're interested and we'll send you the full itinerary.Looking forward to seeing you in Cartagena!<em>- Henley and the Passported Team</em>DISCOVER THE ITINERARY

Join Passported in Cartagena

You’re invited to Passported’s first women-only wellness retreat scheduled for November 9-12, 2018 in Cartagena, Colombia.We’re skipping the stretching and green juice diets and have dreamed up a getaway that will kick your tush into serious shape with daily boxing lessons at Cartagena’s famous boxing gyms while we balance the hard work with great Colombian food, boating to the Rosario islands, salsa lessons and a night of dancing, and of course bonding with a group of awesome ladies. We’ll be staying in a private mansion, and the trip will be led by Passported’s Henley Vazquez and competitive boxer and trainer Liv Adler, of Tribeca’s Church Street Boxing Gym and George Forman’s Everybody Fights.

We have space for 10 to join Henley and Liv, and we’re offering you first dibs. The price for the four-day, three-night itinerary is $3,500 based on double occupancy and includes all accommodations, activities, and special meals. International flights purchased separately. We’ll be holding these 10 spots for three days. Let us know if you’re interested and we’ll send you the full itinerary.Looking forward to seeing you in Cartagena!– Henley and the Passported TeamDISCOVER THE ITINERARY

Losing a big market such as London is not how new chief executive Dara Khosrowshahi would have wanted to start his tenure. The specific complaints made by the UK capital's transport authority show just how big a job he has on his hands.
-Patrick Whyte

Uber Suffers Setback as It Loses London Operating Licence

Losing a big market such as London is not how new chief executive Dara Khosrowshahi would have wanted to start his tenure. The specific complaints made by the UK capital’s transport authority show just how big a job he has on his hands.
-Patrick Whyte