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Articles tagged “airdna”

Short-Term Rentals

Short-Term Rental Occupancy Is Both Up and Down — Depending On the Data

Rising supply is a good as long as there is demand at a price that consumers are willing to pay. If not, we are looking at a softening market.

Short-Term Rental Occupancy Is Both Up and Down — Depending On the Data

Tourism

What U.S. Tourism Needs for a Full Recovery

Today's edition of Skift's daily podcast looks closer at why the U.S. needs Chinese tourists, how short-term rentals may perform this summer, and why the new U.S. tourism department can't do anything.

What U.S. Tourism Needs for a Full Recovery

Short-Term Rentals

Summer Travel Boosts Short-Term Rentals – Latest Forecast

This might be the summer of travel, but the economic uncertainty still has consumers choosing value above anything else.

Summer Travel Boosts Short-Term Rentals – Latest Forecast

Short-Term Rentals

Short-Term Rental Demand Outpaced Supply in 2023

Slower supply growth and high demand aren't always necessarily bad, quite the opposite: They translate into high occupancy rates, and more revenue per booking.

Short-Term Rental Demand Outpaced Supply in 2023

Tour Operators

This ‘Airbnb of Boats’ Shows the Upside of a Growing Water Tours Sector

Competition remains fierce as boat owners, captains, and tour operators look to meet the demand of travelers craving unique and memorable experiences.

This ‘Airbnb of Boats’ Shows the Upside of a Growing Water Tours Sector

Short-Term Rentals

Airbnb’s Talking Points About Individual Hosts Hit a Reality Check

Airbnb has promoted a tale about the composition of hosts on its platforms, a saga contradicted by AirDNA research. It's time for Airbnb to be more transparent.

Airbnb’s Talking Points About Individual Hosts Hit a Reality Check

Online Travel

Uber’s New Viator Partnership Highlights Increased Fragmentation in Online Travel

The online travel duopoly is dead — if it ever existed. New travel brands from sectors like banks and rideshare services are running amok.

Uber’s New Viator Partnership Highlights Increased Fragmentation in Online Travel

Short-Term Rentals

Limit Short-Term Rentals to Improve Affordable Housing, Argues Philadelphia Fed CEO

Those who scoff at the linkage between the rise of short-term rentals and the affordable housing crisis are denying the obvious, although the dynamics are complex.

Limit Short-Term Rentals to Improve Affordable Housing, Argues Philadelphia Fed CEO

News Blog

U.S. Short-Term Rental Nightly Rates Push Even Higher in Record Summer

Despite the fears of recession and soaring fuel prices that have retreated somewhat in recent weeks, average daily rates for short-term rentals in the U.S. this summer jumped 7 percent year over year — and that's nearly 30 percent higher than the summer of pre-pandemic 2019. Airbnb short-term rental stay. Source: Airbnb Those conclusions were…

Business Travel

Microsoft Ups Its Own Carbon Penalty and More Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Microsoft increases its internal penalty for business travel carbon emissions, large numbers of Russians head to Dubai and Maldives, and U.S. airlines struggle to fill pilot shortages.

Microsoft Ups Its Own Carbon Penalty and More Top Stories This Week