“Work from home is becoming working from any home,” he told Bloomberg News.
Delta said it added 100 domestic flights in June and continues to rebuild its schedule in the coming months. United is also in the process of restoring international routes.
The analytics firm said that another sign of normalcy returning is that the flight booking window — the time between when a flight is booked and when it’s taken — is shortening to the usual 45 to 50 day range. That suggests “travelers are starting to feel confident their flight and holiday requests will be fulfilled,” it said. In March and April, consumers were booking flights several months in advance.
Disneyland’s reopening follows the announcement that Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, will begin a phased reopening in July.
All resorts will have “enhanced health and safety measures.” The company said that theme park capacity will be “significantly limited to comply with governmental requirements and promote physical distancing.”
All 12 of Disney’s parks in North America, Asia and Europe closed because of the outbreak on different dates this year. Shanghai Disneyland, the company’s largest international park, reopened on May 11 after being closed since January 24.
Caesars said this week it’s reopening the Linq casino floor (guest rooms will remain closed) following a “successful reopening weekend” for Caesars Palace, the Flamingo and Harrah’s. Some other properties, like Planet Hollywood, Paris and the Rio, remain shuttered.
RV sales and rentals are booming, with demand swelling in recent weeks.
Enthusiasts say the vehicles are thriving because of social distancing concerns. Air and train travel have become less appealing. With an RV, there’s no need to share a hotel elevator or airplane bathroom, and meals can be prepared inside the vehicle.
Jon Gray, CEO of RVShare, laid off 10% of his staff in March and furloughed 30% of his remaining employees. Business started to pick up in mid-April as states loosened travel restrictions, and he’s since brought back all the furloughed workers, and sales in the last week are more than double the same period last year.
Transportation Security Administration said this week that screenings at US airports surpassed 400,000 last Sunday and Monday and 500,000 on Thursday, the highest number of travelers since late March.
Screenings on Thursday were still down 81% from the same day a year earlier, but that’s a big improvement from the 90% drop in May and the 95% drop in screenings in April. Screenings bottomed out at about 87,500 on April 14.
–CNN Business’ Chris Isidore and Matt McFarland contributed to this report.