Articles tagged “fliggy”

Online Travel

Here’s Why China’s Fliggy Thinks the Travel Recovery Is Just Getting Started

As the Chinese travel market embraces personalization, technology integration, and enhanced experiences, the industry needs to adjust to this ever-changing landscape.

Here’s Why China’s Fliggy Thinks the Travel Recovery Is Just Getting Started

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

Tourism

The Emergence of a New Chinese Traveler: A Skift Deep Dive

Sure, the world has missed Chinese tourists for far too long, but if you are a destination looking for that one elusive answer to what the new Chinese traveler will look like, we recommend you stop now.

The Emergence of a New Chinese Traveler: A Skift Deep Dive

Online Travel

What Agoda’s New Tech-Heavy CEO Will Mean for the Booking Holdings Business

Agoda's new CEO appointment highlights the need for online travel agencies to be continually reinventing experiences from a technology point of view. If only the company would now balance it out by bringing in someone who understands the hoteliers’ perspective.

What Agoda’s New Tech-Heavy CEO Will Mean for the Booking Holdings Business

Online Travel

Marriott’s Arne Sorenson Upended Travel Distribution

Arne Sorenson was a maverick in his own way. He quietly visited Airbnb headquarters in 2014 to get a better understanding of short-term rentals, which culminated in Marriott's Homes & Villas. And he found a way to have a mutually beneficial relationship with those "evil" online travel agencies.

Marriott’s Arne Sorenson Upended Travel Distribution

Online Travel

Travel Companies Adapt to a Livestreaming Trend That May Outlast the Pandemic

The pandemic rapidly sped up a trend in livestreams. But the early success of Trip.com Group's and Alibaba Group's Fliggy webcasts marketing travel suggests that the phenomenon is here to stay.

Travel Companies Adapt to a Livestreaming Trend That May Outlast the Pandemic

Tourism

Surge in China’s Golden Week Holiday Bookings Could Be a Turning Point in Its Recovery

This year's vacation to mark modern China's founding could also mark the country's domestic tourism revival, with an estimated 600 million trips to be made at the start of October.

Surge in China’s Golden Week Holiday Bookings Could Be a Turning Point in Its Recovery

Hotels

Marriott’s Alibaba Joint Venture in China Is Part of Its Direct-Booking Strategy

Marriott could do a lot worse than tying its fortunes in China to the e-commerce juggernaut Alibaba. Rest assured that this won't be the last big partnership for Marriott in the country. These are, after all, early days.

Marriott’s Alibaba Joint Venture in China Is Part of Its Direct-Booking Strategy

Hotels

China’s Alibaba Is Shaping the Future of the Machine-Driven Hotel

Chinese e-commerce players are racing among themselves to provide technology solutions to hotels. Alibaba fires the latest salvo with a prototype of the future hotel, FlyZoo.

China’s Alibaba Is Shaping the Future of the Machine-Driven Hotel

Online Travel

Meituan’s Hong Kong IPO May Intensify Its Rivalry With Ctrip

China's travel market is fast-growing enough that it could support a competitor to current leader Ctrip. That day may arrive soon, too, given that Meituan-Dianping is showing surprising traction in hotel booking.

Meituan’s Hong Kong IPO May Intensify Its Rivalry With Ctrip