Articles tagged “forecast”

Hotels

Premier Inn Sales Rose Along With Omicron

Hotels and other travel brands did see good numbers as they headed into the holiday season, but we're likely to see signs of consumers tapping the breaks in the early part of 2022. Let's hope that will be short-lived.

Premier Inn Sales Rose Along With Omicron

Tourism

Bold and Outrageous Predictions for Travel in 2022

What if? That's always a question we want our reporters and editors to be asking. In this case, we pushed them to take it even further by conjuring up some silly predictions for the new year. What we are really doing here is preparing you for another year of the unexpected. Get ready, Skift readers.

Bold and Outrageous Predictions for Travel in 2022

Online Travel

Airlines Tweak Their Pricing Strategies to Adopt New Ways to Boost Revenue

Airlines need to shift from forecasting models that rely primarily on historical data to ones that analyze real-time demand. That's how Amazon and other e-commerce companies handle pricing. No wonder travel tech players PROS, Amadeus, Sabre, and Flyr spy an opportunity.

Airlines Tweak Their Pricing Strategies to Adopt New Ways to Boost Revenue

Airlines

What 2021 Has In Store for the Travel Industry: New Skift Research

Glad this year is finally over? Us too! In its annual outlook, Skift Research looks forward to the big themes and challenges that are in store for the travel industry as it begins the long uphill climb to recovery next year.

What 2021 Has In Store for the Travel Industry: New Skift Research

Skift Originals

Bold and Outrageous Predictions for the Travel Industry in 2020

One of our goals is to always surprise our readers. So we asked our editors to push the envelope on making predictions for the New Year. They did not disappoint, from Amazon buying Expedia to JetBlue going away. What we are really trying to do here is prepare our readers for more of the unexpected in 2020 — and we'll be there to cover it.

Bold and Outrageous Predictions for the Travel Industry in 2020

Business Travel

Weaker Global Growth Forecast Leaves Mixed Clues for Travel Industry

Travel executives, take note. Global growth is more subdued than some of you may have expected. But many travel companies will still enjoy profitable growth this year.

Weaker Global Growth Forecast Leaves Mixed Clues for Travel Industry

Skift Originals

Bold Predictions for the Travel Industry in 2019

Lately the improbable keeps happening. Exhibit A: Donald Trump. So we've ventured some bold forecasts on everything from cruise ship dining to the acquisition plans of Airbnb, Oyo, Microsoft, and Sabre. Chances are these things won't happen, but our editors thought this mental exercise may help prep readers to expect a surprising 2019.

Bold Predictions for the Travel Industry in 2019

Airlines

Higher Domestic Fares Boost American Airlines’ Outlook

Those last-minute walkup fares on domestic trips are a bonanza for airlines such as American. The airline tightened capacity and raised some fares to offset soaring fuel prices.

Higher Domestic Fares Boost American Airlines’ Outlook

Cruises

Carnival’s profits fall short as battered line drops fares to woo back cruisers

Carnival will find a way to get out of its rut, but it will take longer to do so if it doesn't acknowledge that it's low fares directly relate to its less-than-stellar safety issues.

Carnival’s profits fall short as battered line drops fares to woo back cruisers