Articles tagged “booking.com”

Business Travel

The Immigration Lawyer Charting New Remote Work Pathways for Companies

From abandoned medieval villages to humanitarian crises, David Cantor's Relocate wants to build a community of legal experts to respond to new mass movements of people around the globe.

The Immigration Lawyer Charting New Remote Work Pathways for Companies

Online Travel

Booking Holdings to Buy Flights Partner ETraveli Group for $1.8 Billion

Booking Holdings is on a pre-Christmas buying spree after announcing two pending acquisitions, ETraveli Group and Getaroom, within two weeks. Both are mostly back-of-the-house acquisitions that will bolster Booking's flight and hotels business.

Booking Holdings to Buy Flights Partner ETraveli Group for $1.8 Billion

Online Travel

Vacation Rentals and Cruises Led Surge in Paid Marketing in October

Call it a vote of confidence in the holiday travel season: Travel marketers came back to Google and other outlets in a big way in October.

Vacation Rentals and Cruises Led Surge in Paid Marketing in October

Online Travel

Apple Privacy Changes Could Give More Leverage to Big Online Travel Agencies

Personalization initiatives aside, Apple's privacy changes are a great win for travelers, but a big headache for online travel companies. The result is the biggest players have the potential to gain advantage over smaller competitors.

Apple Privacy Changes Could Give More Leverage to Big Online Travel Agencies

Travel Technology

Sabre Loses a Large Portion of Expedia’s Business and 10 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Sabre reveals that it's lost of Expedia's business in North America, Trivago's CEO predicts when travel will return to normal, and Hyatt makes significant inroads in Europe.

Sabre Loses a Large Portion of Expedia’s Business and 10 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

Online Travel

Booking Holdings Sees New Flight Offering as a Key Growth Driver

Shouldn't Booking.com have launched flights at least a decade ago? In retrospect, yes, but now it is making up for lost time, and the upside could be substantial.

Booking Holdings Sees New Flight Offering as a Key Growth Driver

Online Travel

Russia’s Aviasales to Debut Subscription Plan for Cashback on Hotels

The subscription experiment in travel is gaining momentum. Will company's ultimately make money on what in some cases are very low annual subscription prices? That's the plan.

Russia’s Aviasales to Debut Subscription Plan for Cashback on Hotels

Online Travel

Booking.com Tests Native Ads for Hotels in Destination Searches

All of the online players, from Google and Facebook to Expedia and Tripadvisor, want greater chunks of hotels' advertising budgets. This is Booking.com's latest entry, and it's a bid to play catch-up.

Booking.com Tests Native Ads for Hotels in Destination Searches

Online Travel

Full Video: Booking Holdings CEO Glenn Fogel at Skift Global Forum 2021

Booking CEO Glenn Fogel's "connected trip" strategy has drawn critics, but he did make a compelling case for the need for it, and just how broken the travel experience still really is.

Full Video: Booking Holdings CEO Glenn Fogel at Skift Global Forum 2021

Online Travel

When Short-Term Rentals Make You Desperate for a Hotel

Staying in professionally managed short-term rentals is no guarantee of an optimum guest experience. When your host's profile picture turns out to be a free stock photo, you can guess how this ended up.

When Short-Term Rentals Make You Desperate for a Hotel