EasyJet CEO Calls Out Legacy Rivals in Battle Over Airline Emissions

An EasyJet A320. The carrier's CEO is backing the potential of electric planes. Dylan Agbagni (CC0) / FlickrSkift Take: The growth of low-cost carriers has helped make travel more accessible but it has come at an environmental cost. Airlines like EasyJet are hoping that electric technology will one day act as a savior but it's hard to imagine battery-powered commercial jets ever flying across the Atlantic. — Patrick WhyteRead the Complete Story On Skift

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Winning the War for Talent: 5 Ways Hospitality Brands Can Attract and Keep Great Employees

Skift Take: The hospitality industry in particular has struggled with recruiting and retaining workers over the last few years, as unemployment rates have dropped and tighter restrictions on immigration and work visas have been enforced. But there are a few things companies can do to develop a strong workforce. — Read the Complete Story On Skift

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Skift Global Forum Preview: Marriott’s Loyalty Program Key to Competing With Airbnb and All-Inclusive Players

Pictured is a Marriott Homes & Villas property in Tulum, Mexico. Marriott InternationalSkift Take: Marriott believes it has a responsibility to make every type of lodging accommodation available to travelers. That, in a nutshell, explains the company's activity — and challenge — so far in 2019. — Danni SantanaRead the Complete Story On Skift

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