Articles tagged “ctrip”

Tourism

China’s Golden Week Travel Signals a Revival. Plus, Why U.S. Travel Is Still Lagging

China’s outbound travel is coming back, driven by favorable visa policies, increased airline capacity, and a growing interest in diverse global destinations. However, challenges remain, particularly in travel to the U.S.

China’s Golden Week Travel Signals a Revival. Plus, Why U.S. Travel Is Still Lagging

Tourism

China’s Outbound Tourism is Changing, Female Travelers Are Leading the Way

The evolving demographics of Chinese outbound travel shows a jump in younger female travelers. This shift will have important implications for how businesses approach their marketing strategies and the kind of products on offer.

China’s Outbound Tourism is Changing, Female Travelers Are Leading the Way

Tourism

China’s Outbound Tourism Rebounds with Visa-Free Boom and Surge in Middle East Travel

2024 may be the first “back to normal" year for China's outbound travel since the pandemic, and Chinese tourists are leaning towards destinations with simpler visa processes.

China’s Outbound Tourism Rebounds with Visa-Free Boom and Surge in Middle East Travel

Online Travel

Chinese Travel Rebound Pushes Trip.com Group’s Revenue to Exceed 2019 Levels

Trip.com has reported a solid third quarter and sees no signs of a slowdown any time soon. But not keen to put all its eggs in one basket (China), the online travel company has also sets its sights on global expansion.

Chinese Travel Rebound Pushes Trip.com Group’s Revenue to Exceed 2019 Levels

Online Travel

The New Chinese Traveler: Latest Trends From Trip.com

The post-pandemic Chinese traveler is a whole new ballgame, and travel companies need to understand that and step up their game.

The New Chinese Traveler: Latest Trends From Trip.com

Tourism

Chinese Tourists Are Ready to Book Trips, But 2019 Levels Are Far Off 

While China easing group tour restrictions is a travel industry leap, don't expect a sudden surge of Chinese tourists. The revival might need a little more time to unfold.

Chinese Tourists Are Ready to Book Trips, But 2019 Levels Are Far Off 

Tourism

China’s Latest Holiday Points to Summer Strength in Outbound Travel

The Chinese are traveling, perhaps not as much as destinations would have liked them to, but the resurgence of Chinese travel brings optimism for travel businesses worldwide. It's a positive indication of recovery and a step towards normalcy in the tourism industry.

China’s Latest Holiday Points to Summer Strength in Outbound Travel

News Blog

Trip.com Group to Power Digital Journey of Cambodia’s New Airport

Online travel company Trip.com Group has joined hands with flag carrier Cambodia Angkor Air to position the new Angkor International Airport as a smart airport in the region. As part of the agreement, Trip.com Group will contribute to enhancing the digital services of the new airport scheduled to commence operations in October 2023. The partnership…

Online Travel

Booking and Airbnb Have a $22 Billion Wad of Cash — How Will They Spend It?

The sure bet is that the major online travel agencies will use some cash to buy back shares in 2023 unless the economy tanks. Less sexy than acquisitions, but good for shareholders. Still, that leaves plenty of money for some possible headline-making deals.

Booking and Airbnb Have a $22 Billion Wad of Cash — How Will They Spend It?

Online Travel

Trip.com Group CEO Tells Davos Leaders Global Travel for China Will Be Back by Third Quarter

China is seeing record surge in searches, but for those searches to convert to bookings, it needs airlines, airports and hotels to quickly ramp up capacity.

Trip.com Group CEO Tells Davos Leaders Global Travel for China Will Be Back by Third Quarter