Articles tagged “ctrip”

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Ctrip Changing Name to Trip.com Group to Emphasize International Business

Ctrip Changing Name to Trip.com Group to Emphasize International Business

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Ctrip, or the company soon-to-be known as Trip.com Group Ltd., is banking on international growth as a key driver of its business, primarily in Asia. But short term, at least, difficulties in Hong Kong and Taiwan and with the White House are complicating that game plan.

9 months ago

Berlin and Other German Cultural Hubs Grow Popular With Chinese Travelers

Berlin and Other German Cultural Hubs Grow Popular With Chinese Travelers

Diana Cerqueira, Jing Travel

As Chinese travelers increasingly seek out cultural tourism, destination marketing organizations would do well to boost visibility for museum institutions and historic landmark sites with this segment. VisitBerlin's effort is case in point.

9 months ago

Airbnb Beat Expedia in Booked Room Nights

Airbnb Beat Expedia in Booked Room Nights

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Does anyone remember when Travelocity was the leading U.S. online travel agency? We're thinking about that because a milestone may have taken place in the first quarter when Airbnb attracted more room nights booked than did Expedia. What it does clearly show is that the online travel pecking order is very much in flux.

9 months ago

Why Skyscanner Is Closing Its Stand-Alone Local Recommendations App

Why Skyscanner Is Closing Its Stand-Alone Local Recommendations App

Sean O'Neill, Skift

It's no surprise to see Skyscanner absorb the last bits of the user-generated reviews brand formerly known as Gogobot. But the price-comparison search company's bet on soliciting reviews from its own customers remains intriguing. The move highlights its ambition to become a superapp for travel.

10 months ago

Ctrip’s International Strategy Fuels TrainPal’s Hyper Growth

Ctrip’s International Strategy Fuels TrainPal’s Hyper Growth

Tamsin Smith, Jing Travel

The runaway success of the ticket booking app marks the latest development in the Chinese online travel giant’s strategy to strengthen its fast-growing international business.

11 months ago

Why Oyo and Ctrip Need Each Other: Bigger Reach in Asia

Why Oyo and Ctrip Need Each Other: Bigger Reach in Asia

Raini Hamdi, Skift

Oyo has more rooms in China than in India, but India is still its biggest revenue generator. A deal with Ctrip may help correct that imbalance.

12 months ago

Ctrip’s Global Push Starts to Pay Off in Diversified Revenue Streams

Ctrip’s Global Push Starts to Pay Off in Diversified Revenue Streams

Sean O'Neill, Skift

The more Ctrip internationalizes its sources of revenue, the more it will cross swords with global players like Booking Holdings, which owns a small stake, and Expedia Group. It already claims to process more transaction volume than both of them, and a third of its revenue comes from outside mainland China.

1 year ago

China’s Ctrip Will Own Nearly Half of India’s MakeMyTrip After Share Swap

China’s Ctrip Will Own Nearly Half of India’s MakeMyTrip After Share Swap

Sean O'Neill, Skift

It makes sense that Ctrip, the market leader in China, would be interested in strategically working more closely with MakeMyTrip in the fast-growing Indian market. In a new deal, it now has five of the 10 board seats at India's largest online travel agency group.

1 year ago

Meituan Dianping Claims Leadership as Largest Domestic Hotel Site in China

Meituan Dianping Claims Leadership as Largest Domestic Hotel Site in China

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Meituan has an advantage in travel over some of its competitors because it is a platform company, offering an extensive array of retail services, although food delivery is its core business. The Chinese hotel market is clearly in flux with Meituan and, to a lesser extent, Alibaba, nipping at Ctrip's heels.

1 year ago

How TUI and Rezdy Fit Into Ctrip’s Growth Strategy Outside China

How TUI and Rezdy Fit Into Ctrip’s Growth Strategy Outside China

Raini Hamdi, Skift

China slowdown? Meituan rivalry? Naaah, Ctrip had a fab 2018. Domestic travel remains strong, but it is international travel growth that’s exciting. Now we know what drives its latest partnerships with TUI’s Musement and Rezdy.

1 year ago

Rail Is the Next Big Thing for Asia’s Online Travel Platforms

Rail Is the Next Big Thing for Asia’s Online Travel Platforms

Raini Hamdi, Skift

After low cost carriers, the next big thing that will change the way Asians travel could be rail. A rail-volution is in the air and online travel platforms want in. But it’s not that easy. Here’s why.

1 year ago

Ctrip Chairman Shrugs Off Impact of Trump Tariff Dispute — For Now

Ctrip Chairman Shrugs Off Impact of Trump Tariff Dispute — For Now

Steven Schwankert, Skift

Ctrip has been able to spend most of its 15-year history riding a rising travel tide in China while buying out much of the competition to blunt their challenges. For 2019, Ctrip will have to stand up and get moving to recapture momentum and investor attention.

1 year ago