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The high-end consumer is embracing travel this summer. These stocks will benefit, says Morgan Stanley

Americans might be watching their spending amid persistent inflation, but it’s not deterring many of them from traveling this summer — especially those with higher incomes. Morgan Stanley and AlphaWise polled about 2,000 U.S. consumers in May and found that 60% of consumers are preparing to take a summer trip. Among consumers who earn between

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Memorial Day holiday expected to see high air travel numbers, says GasBuddy's Patrick De Haan

ShareShare Article via FacebookShare Article via TwitterShare Article via LinkedInShare Article via Email Patrick De Haan, GasBuddy head of petroleum analysis, joins ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss what to expect from gas prices this summer travel season, where it’s possible for gas prices to rise, and how much lower travel is a function of higher prices.

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Travel demand remains really strong and remote work is adding to it, says Bernstein's David Vernon

ShareShare Article via FacebookShare Article via TwitterShare Article via LinkedInShare Article via Email David Vernon, Bernstein senior research analyst, joins ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss the current the boom in travel, any switch in the peak days of travel, and what the analyst likes from the travel companies. 03:46 Fri, May 24 202410:08 AM EDT Source

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Singapore Airlines tweaks its in-flight seatbelt sign policies after fatal incident

Singapore Airlines altered its in-flight seatbelt rules and changed at least one flight route following Tuesday’s turbulence incident which killed one and hospitalized dozens more. The airline will no longer provide hot drink and meal services when the seatbelt sign is on as part of its new, “more cautious approach” to turbulence, it said in

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'We have failed economically': Bhutan turns to 'Gross National Happiness 2.0' as crisis deepens

Bhutan’s governing philosophy of “Gross National Happiness” has been heralded the world over for balancing economic growth with the well-being of its citizens. But recent discussions of “Gross National Happiness 2.0” by its newly elected Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay suggest that change on some level is underway as the country struggles with an economic crisis

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Frontier Airlines CEO urges crackdown of 'rampant abuse' of airport wheelchair service

The 1986 Air Carrier Access Act requires airlines to provide a wheelchair to passengers with disabilities at the airport. The problem: Many travelers are faking it, Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle says. “There is massive, rampant abuse of special services. There are people using wheelchair assistance who don’t need it at all,” Biffle said at

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JetBlue, British Airways seek partnership to expand networks

JetBlue Airways said Wednesday that it is seeking Transportation Department approval to pair up with British Airways so the airlines could each expand their networks. The codesharing agreement includes 75 destinations in the United States — 39 from New York and 36 from Boston — and 17 cities in Europe. Airlines frequently turn to codesharing

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Want to fit in while in Japan? Follow these unusually specific 'life rules' issued by the government

Japan recently introduced a Digital Nomad Visa that allows foreigners from 49 countries to live in the country for six months. But before they pack their bags, they may want to read Japan’s “Life and Work Guidebook,” which is aimed at helping foreigners fit in. The guidebook, published by Japan’s Immigration Services Agency, provides advice

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