Articles tagged “booking habits”

Tourism

Exploring the Rise of Day Tours and Experiences in Travel: New Skift Research

Day tours are a common yet growing trend, highlighting the need for diverse, immersive experiences offered at competitive prices to attract customers.

Exploring the Rise of Day Tours and Experiences in Travel: New Skift Research

Business Travel

Business Travel Is Essential But Constrained: New Skift Research

Business travel spending is unlikely to reach 2019 levels in the near future as corporations are implementing stringent travel policies and the availability of video conferencing options is expected to displace a share of business traffic.

Business Travel Is Essential But Constrained: New Skift Research

Online Travel

How India’s EaseMyTrip Built a Brand Waiving Booking Fees

EaseMyTrip realized early on that the convenience fee is perhaps the most inconvenient part of travel bookings and were willing to let go of it in return for loyal customers.

How India’s EaseMyTrip Built a Brand  Waiving Booking Fees

News Blog

The Short Booking Window Is Not Only Holding Strong, It Is Increasing Share

The short booking travel booking windows that became the predominant mode of booking in the pandemic -- for obvious reasons with lots of uncertainty around Covid & travel plan -- are holding strong and in fact increasing in the 0-21 days window, according to the latest quarterly data from Expedia Media Solutions. Globally, the 0-…

Airlines

Ryanair CEO Predicts Airline Fares Will Go Even Higher

Seems like Ryanair won't be bringing back its $10 flights in a hurry.

Ryanair CEO Predicts Airline Fares Will Go Even Higher

News Blog

Phew! Travel Booking Windows Are Increasing Again

Fascinating data point from Expedia Group Media Solutions in its latest Q1 Travel Trend Report: the booking windows which had shrunk dramatically over the last two years of the pandemic uncertainty and low traveler confidence, is now coming back up, based on data from all across the Expedia network and surveys. This is a welcome…