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Articles tagged “asia”

Business Travel

How Asian Airline Alliances Could Change in 2018 — Business of Loyalty

Thanks to interest from U.S. carriers, the power dynamic of airlines in the Far East could change dramatically this year.

How Asian Airline Alliances Could Change in 2018 — Business of Loyalty

Tour Operators

Asian Activities Booking Platform Klook Heads to the Americas

Hong Kong-based Klook has selected the Americas as its first stop for expansion outside Asia. To beat the deeply entrenched competition, it will have to find partners that can adapt to the needs of Asian travelers.

Asian Activities Booking Platform Klook Heads to the Americas

Tourism

Top News Stories Localizing the Global Travel Industry From the Skift Gateway Series

Keep an eye on our Gateway series for more news and insight from our correspondents in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

Top News Stories Localizing the Global Travel Industry From the Skift Gateway Series

Online Travel

Interview: Ctrip CEO on Growth Strategies and Employee Empowerment

Ctrip dominates online travel in China and will benefit from the continued shift from offline to online bookings. Additionally, the company is pushing more into the lucrative outbound market. We discuss these trends and more with CEO Jane Jie Sun.

Interview: Ctrip CEO on Growth Strategies and Employee Empowerment

Tourism

Disney Isn’t Seeing Much Impact From Avatar Land Just Yet

Disney has a strong lineup of coming attractions at its theme parks in the U.S., but we'd like to know how the newest addition is doing. Executives didn't provide much detail in a call with analysts Tuesday.

Disney Isn’t Seeing Much Impact From Avatar Land Just Yet
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Hotels

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts Collaborates with India’s Leading Hotel Company

Shangri-La’s loyalty program has linked up with India’s famed Taj group. With minimal geographic overlap and virtually no competition for market share, it’s not only brilliant for business, it’s also great news for guests.

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts Collaborates with India’s Leading Hotel Company

Airlines

Why Airlines Should Look to Asia and the Middle East for Growth

There's no doubt the airlines could sell a lot of tickets on these undeveloped routes. But would carriers make money fly them? Or would average fares be too low?

Why Airlines Should Look to Asia and the Middle East for Growth

Tour Operators

Tour Operator Booking Patterns Are Going Through a ‘Seismic Shift’ in 2016

Shifting consumer demands for new destinations and more experiential trips may have finally caused a big impact on the way tour operators sell vacations.

Tour Operator Booking Patterns Are Going Through a ‘Seismic Shift’ in 2016