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Study Implies $15 Minimum Wage Would Have Outsized Impact on Hotels
(Hotel News Now, 2021-02-12)
A study conducted across 5000 hotels across the United States indicated that 64% of hotel employees are making under $15 an hour. Owners across the hotel industry could be negatively impacted if President Biden is able to ...
Why 'Host Kitchens' are the Next Big COVID Trend
(QSR Magazine, 2021-04-01)
The Covid-19 pandemic could mean that the restaurant kitchen might never be the same. Kitchen and restaurant operators have found new ways to stay flexible in the back of the house working as ghost kitchens for other brands' ...
Have the Travel Industry's Inclusivity Efforts Made a Difference?
(Conde' Nast Traveler, 2021-02-22)
Since last May and the death of George Floyd, there has been much talk about changes being made within the hospitality and tourism industry about being more inclusive and diverse in the mix of travelers and travel providers. ...
Hotel Marcel To Become The First Passive House Design Hotel In The US
Hotel Marcel in New Haven Connecticut is a new addition to the Hilton Tapestry Collection and is scheduled to open in October 2021. The building is a revival of the long-vacant Pirelli Tire Building and what makes this ...
United Rolls Out Ambitious New Plan to Train at Least 2,500 Women and People of Color as Pilots by 2030
(CBS News, 2021-04-06)
United Airlines had announced the United Aviate Academy whose mission is to address the structural issues with the makeup of their pilots. The academy will focus on enrolling underrepresented groups and will allow potential ...
FAA airline evacuation tests: Flawed from the start?
(Travel Weekly, 2021-03-31)
A Congressional mandate from 2018 stated that the FAA set standards for seat width, and space between rows. These specifications have required a measure of safety in determining that aircraft were being properly tested ...
Southwest Recalls 209 Pilots as Travel Demand Recovers
The rebound in travel demand for the summer has prompted Southwest Airlines to recall 209 pilots who were on voluntary extended leave during the pandemic.
Latest CDC Guidance Does Little to Hasten Cruising's Return
(Travel Weekly, 2021-04-02)
The CDC today recommended that all port personnel, passengers, and crew have a Covid-19 vaccine once it is available to them but did little to move the industry closer to a restart date.
Less Hassle, More to Explore: Marriott International Continues to Deliver on Consumer Desire for Enhanced Contactless Technology
(Business Insider, 2021-04-05)
New pilot programs roll out at selected hotels with seamless guest experiences and furthering a commitment to clean. Marriott announced the debut of a pilot program for contactless arrival kiosks as well as a proof-of-concept ...
How American, Delta and United are Using Tech to Help You Navigate the Return to Travel
(The Points Guy, 2021-04-05)
With every country having its own travel restrictions and testing requirements it has become necessary to turn to technology to solve the issue of everchanging information. All of the United States main air carriers have ...