Travel Industry Earnings Coverage

Don’t miss out on Skift’s in-depth coverage of earnings reported by public travel companies, including online travel agencies, hotel brands, airlines, and technology companies. Our earnings stories cut through the numbers to explain what’s really happening at companies and within the industry as a whole.

Tourism

Online Travel Companies See Surge in Sports Tourism in India – India Report

Indian travelers are combining their love for sports with increased spending power to experience major sporting events live. To better understand the trend in sports tourism, Skift reached out to online travel companies - here's what they're seeing.

Online Travel Companies See Surge in Sports Tourism in India – India Report

Online Travel

Yatra Launches AI-Powered Expense Management Solution for Small Businesses

Yatra has been growing its corporate travel offerings, and its domestic air passengers increased significantly as the company is gaining market share in this segment. Now, the company is set to focus on its hotel segment to grow further.

Yatra Launches AI-Powered Expense Management Solution for Small Businesses

Cruises

Viking Cruises Earnings: Bets on 55+ Demo, Cuts Debt, Vague on Forecasts

Viking, the only pure-play luxury cruise line, has reported its first quarterly earnings since it went public. The company is targeting a English-speakers over the age of 55, a demographic with most of the wealth and a broad eagerness to travel.

Viking Cruises Earnings: Bets on 55+ Demo, Cuts Debt, Vague on Forecasts

Online Travel

EaseMyTrip to Focus on Growing Its Non-Air Business

EaseMyTrip had planned diversification of its operations when it went public, with a focus on growing the non-air business. Now, it is delivering just that.

EaseMyTrip to Focus on Growing Its Non-Air Business

Airlines

IndiGo is Launching Business Class by Year-End — Here’s What We Know

With a business class configuration, is it still possible to call IndiGo a low-cost carrier?

IndiGo is Launching Business Class by Year-End — Here’s What We Know

Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Investor Day: More Ships, More Premium – And Cost Cuts

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is setting its sights on the premium market, enticing well-heeled travelers with the promise of more balcony cabins and a "ship-within-a-ship" concept that caters to multigenerational cruisers.

Norwegian Cruise Investor Day: More Ships, More Premium – And Cost Cuts

Hotels

Minor Hotels Aims to Expand Portfolio by a Third by 2027

Minor Hotels, the hotel group behind brands like NH Hotels and Anantara, is going all-in on post-pandemic growth. It plans to increase its hotel portfolio by 36% by the end of 2026.

Minor Hotels Aims to Expand Portfolio by a Third by 2027

Tour Operators

TUI Faces ‘Significant’ Costs Due to Boeing Delays

TUI is grappling with operational challenges due to ongoing delays in Boeing aircraft deliveries. But the European tourism giant still produced record revenue for its hotels, resorts, and cruises.

TUI Faces ‘Significant’ Costs Due to  Boeing Delays

Hotels

Soho House Check-Up Months After Dire Report: What the Latest Numbers Show

Soho House is continuing its streak of losing money every year since its founding in 1995. But it also appears to be improving on key metrics.

Soho House Check-Up Months After Dire Report: What the Latest Numbers Show

Hotels

Hyatt Signals Strength in Business Travel, Loyalty, and All-Inclusives

For months ahead, Hyatt is seeing business travelers and convention-goers flocking back to its properties while hordes of sun-worshippers continue to descend upon its all-inclusive resorts, especially in Cancun.

Hyatt Signals Strength in Business Travel, Loyalty, and All-Inclusives