Carnival Corp. CEO: Demand should be ‘more than adequate’ at the restart

Carnival Corp. expects demand to be “more than adequate to fill ships in a staggered restart,” said CEO Arnold Donald during a business update call with analysts. Donald said he was not concerned about achieving this without substantial bookings from the new-to-cruise market, because two-thirds of its global guests, 8 million each year, are repeatContinue reading “Carnival Corp. CEO: Demand should be ‘more than adequate’ at the restart”

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AIDA Cancels Most Cruises Through August; Could Still See Gradual Summer Start

AIDA Cruises announced that it is cancelled cruises through August 31, but added believes it will resume its cruise operation later this summer. The news does not apply to individual departures from AIDAprima, AIDAperla and AIDAdiva. “AIDA Cruises is in close and constant contact with all of the relevant authorities discussing the brand’s interest inContinue reading “AIDA Cancels Most Cruises Through August; Could Still See Gradual Summer Start”

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When the Major Cruise Lines Plan to Restart Service

The major cruise lines are planning to start operations again this summer. Carnival Cruise Line Carnival Cruise Line, in an update, said it intends to start cruising again with some ships in┬áNorth America starting on August 1, while other itineraries and ships are projected to start service again later this year. Carnival plans to haveContinue reading “When the Major Cruise Lines Plan to Restart Service”

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