Articles tagged “indonesia”

Tourism

Bali’s Tourism Reopening Within Sight as Infections Decline

Vaccination thresholds, travel bubbles, and even tourism triangles. This is how tourism will look, not just for this Indonesian paradise, but beyond as winter looms.

Bali’s Tourism Reopening Within Sight as Infections Decline

Online Travel

Southeast Asia’s Online Travel Agencies — Striking the Right Balance: New Skift Research

The online travel market in Southeast Asia is a promising market, a rapidly growing region with a digitally engaged and highly aspirational middle class that is currently underserved. The industry dynamics are ever-evolving with OTAs endeavoring to do things differently in order to maintain and grow their slice of the market.

Southeast Asia’s Online Travel Agencies — Striking the Right Balance: New Skift Research

Online Travel

Understanding Southeast Asia’s Hyper-Competitive Online Travel Market: New Skift Research

The Southeast Asian online travel market is a crowded space. The industry players strive to strike a fine balance between creating the appropriate inventory mix, appealing prices and an easy-to-use interface with plenty of local offerings to distinguish themselves.

Understanding Southeast Asia’s Hyper-Competitive Online Travel Market: New Skift Research

Online Travel

Indonesia’s Traveloka Reportedly Seeking $400 Million for SPAC Deal to Go Public

PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel and Hong Kong investor Richard Li are emerging as frontrunners with their Bridgetown Holdings venture to help this fast-growing travel startup finally list.

Indonesia’s Traveloka Reportedly Seeking $400 Million for SPAC Deal to Go Public

Business Travel

Indonesia’s Traveloka Gears Up for Possible IPO With Renewed Focus on Local Offerings

Traveloka is strengthening its local offerings with a potential public listing in its future, either through a traditional IPO or a red hot SPAC. The approach may be paying off as the company works to bolster its operations for a post-pandemic world, but how much more localization can the app offer?

Indonesia’s Traveloka Gears Up for Possible IPO With Renewed Focus on Local Offerings

Airlines

Indonesian Plane Loses Contact After Jakarta Takeoff

Indonesian Plane Loses Contact After Jakarta Takeoff

Online Travel

Online Travel’s Traveloka Sees Signs for Hope in Southeast Asia Recovery

Traveloka says that transactions are back to pre-crisis levels in Thailand and Vietnam, two of its key markets. The resumption of domestic tourism is a hopeful sign for the sector.

Online Travel’s Traveloka Sees Signs for Hope in Southeast Asia Recovery

Coronavirus

Bali Holds Mass Prayers Ahead of Reopening to Tourists

Tourism is this peaceful island's main source of income, so after such a prolonged period with just a handful of guests, locals will be praying for a quick return to normality.

Bali Holds Mass Prayers Ahead of Reopening to Tourists

Tourism

$4 Billion Loss From Coronavirus Is Indonesia Tourism’s Worst-Case Scenario

It's still unknown how long flights in the Asia-Pacific region will be disrupted by coronavirus, but the longer it goes on, the more tourism industries like Indonesia's will suffer.

$4 Billion Loss From Coronavirus Is Indonesia Tourism’s Worst-Case Scenario

Airlines

Blame in Indonesia’s Final Report on Lion Air Crash Doesn’t Exclude Boeing

While Indonesian aviation authorities have concluded that multiple factors led to the crash of Lion Air flight 610 one year ago, Boeing's automated MCAS system is heavily implicated in the report.

Blame in Indonesia’s Final Report on Lion Air Crash Doesn’t Exclude Boeing