The Amazing Ways VR And AR Are Transforming The Travel Industry

Many of us are desperate to travel freely again – but with the help of AR and VR technology, we can explore the world from the comfort of our couches while we’re stuck at home.

Companies are working hard to transform travel experiences, so we can expect things to look quite different when we are able to get back on the road.

Self-Guided Tours and More with AR

The possibilities for augmented reality in the travel industry are vast. AR alters travelers’ perceptions of their physical surroundings

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Travel industry reviving in Southwest Florida


As more and more of us get vaccinated, people want to travel. But if you are set on taking a trip, the days of cheap travel are on the decline so don’t wait, book now.

Not only are prices starting to go back up, but you could be grandfathered into cancellation policies if you book soon, and if there’s been one constant about this pandemic, it is that the situation is always changing.

AAA says enough people are booking flights again that airlines are returning to using their larger planes. Even sales for cruises are picking

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NH hires first director of outdoor recreation and industry development | Economy

With a slight delay because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Business and Economic Affairs has hired Scott Crowder as the state’s first director of outdoor recreation and industry development.

Crowder has extensive professional experience in recreation management, marketing and economic development, according to a news release. He founded the North American Pond Hockey Classic, served as a principal of Ekal Consulting and was a founding partner of Ekal Activity Center in Meredith.

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Frontier Airlines I.P.O. Signals a Travel Industry Recovery

“We just believe we’ve got more embedded growth, we’ve also got lower costs, and we believe we’ve got a great brand that positions us well in the low-fare space,” Mr. Biffle said.

The airline claims it is unique among low-cost airlines. While Spirit tends to serve more-crowded markets and Allegiant Air less-crowded ones, Frontier is more evenly distributed. The airline said it kept planes moving for more hours every day than most other major airlines and offers some flights only a few days a week, allowing it to serve smaller cities. In addition to Denver, Frontier has a big presence

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Outdoor recreation industry deals with unpredictable spring

WARREN, Vt. (WCAX) – It’s a classic March in New England. One day it’s snowy and in the 30s and another day it’s sunny and 70.

It has the outdoor recreation industry on its toes.

Early warm weather has some people flocking to the mountain to get a few extra runs in, while others are washing off their bikes hoping to hit the trails early.

“I gave up trying to control the weather quite a while ago,” said John Hammond, the president of Sugarbush Resort.

Hammond says spring can be tricky from year to year.

“We’ve got good history and

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Hawaii vacation rental outlook brightens, sees dramatic increase in tourism industry

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