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.

Online Travel

Booking.com Hit With $530 Million Fine From Spanish Regulators

Booking Holdings CEO Glenn Fogel said the company would appeal the Spanish competition authority's $530 million draft decision if it becomes permanent.

Booking.com Hit With $530 Million Fine From Spanish Regulators

Hotels

IHG Forecasts Loyalty and Hotel Pipeline Growth

CEO Elie Maalouf pointed to early results suggesting that IHG's recent marketing efforts and brand development work are leading to growth in a virtuous flywheel for the hotel group.

IHG Forecasts Loyalty and Hotel Pipeline Growth

Travel Technology

Sabre Details Issues From 2023: Financial Challenges, Layoffs, Tech Spend

The way that travel is bought and sold is changing quickly, and older companies have to keep up to secure their future.

Sabre Details Issues From 2023: Financial Challenges, Layoffs, Tech Spend

Hotels

Hyatt Releases Upbeat Hotel Metrics, Delays Conference Call

Hyatt didn't provide a full report on its 2023 performance, but it did release some key numbers for the full year that suggested strong momentum.

Hyatt Releases Upbeat Hotel Metrics, Delays Conference Call

Online Travel

Tripadvisor Expects First Profits for Viator and TheFork As Potential Sale Looms

A potential buyer could decide to break up Tripadvisor's parts, including Viator, TheFork, and metasearch, under the theory that the parts are worth more than the whole.

Tripadvisor Expects First Profits for Viator and TheFork As Potential Sale Looms

Hotels

Wyndham Results Hurt By Cost and ‘Noise’ of Choice Hotels’ Hostile Bid

Wyndham executives said a Choice Hotels offer to buy it has sandbagged them with work in rebuffing the offer and addressing regulators' concerns. The bill so far is $75 million.

Wyndham Results Hurt By Cost and ‘Noise’ of Choice Hotels’ Hostile Bid

Hotels

Marriott and Hilton: 12 Takeaways From Their Annual Reports

A dozen things jumped out at Skift when looking at Marriott and Hilton's annual financial filings. Points range from the performance of their loyalty programs to how they're taking market share.

Marriott and Hilton: 12 Takeaways From Their Annual Reports

Online Travel

Airbnb and AI: Brian Chesky Sees New Verticals — Like Amazon and Apple

No, Brian Chesky isn't necessarily talking about launching flights on Airbnb when he refers to becoming a "cross-vertical company." Google Flights, relax.

Airbnb and AI: Brian Chesky Sees New Verticals — Like Amazon and Apple

Online Travel

Reduced Cleaning Fees and New Tools: How Airbnb Says It’s Keeping Rates Down

Is Airbnb sticker shot a thing of the past? Hardly, and especially when hosts hike up cleaning fees. But Airbnb seems to be moving in a positive direction on affordability.

Reduced Cleaning Fees and New Tools: How Airbnb Says It’s Keeping Rates Down

Hotels

MGM Resorts Got Las Vegas Boost From Super Bowl and F1

Las Vegas's hosting of the Super Bowl helped MGM Resorts post records in its hotel revenues. Demand may stay strong as the company expects to fully roll out a Marriott licensing tie-up by the end of March.

MGM Resorts Got Las Vegas Boost From Super Bowl and F1