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Online Travel

New Skift Insights Deck: The Anatomy of the Upsell — Making the Most of Travel Transaction Moments

E-Commerce is a critical driver of travel industry business success. But despite all the time spent optimizing for online sales, companies aren’t paying nearly enough attention to a critical piece of the puzzle: their booking confirmation page. Our new insights deck examines how travel brands can make better use of this under-utilized e-commerce asset.

New Skift Insights Deck: The Anatomy of the Upsell — Making the Most of Travel Transaction Moments

Business Travel

Why Hermès Makes It Tough to Find Its Products

Is there a brand out there with more cachet in the luxury world than Hermès? There's a reason for it. The company manages expansion and inventory in a prudent way.

Why Hermès Makes It Tough to Find Its Products

Airlines

Airports Could Improve Revenue by Figuring New Uses for Empty Parking Lots

When flyers think about spending money at the airport, sandwiches and lattes quickly come to mind. But airports are thinking just as much about money spent in the parking lot, and they might need to change their approach.

Airports Could Improve Revenue by Figuring New Uses for Empty Parking Lots

Tourism

Apple Blames Tourism Drop for Why It’s Closing Atlantic City Store

How bad must things be in Atlantic City? Apple, which rarely closes stores, has decided to shutter its Atlantic City location. It blamed a drop in tourism. Can the potential for legal sports betting eventually lure the tech giant back to AC?

Apple Blames Tourism Drop for Why It’s Closing Atlantic City Store

Tourism

Miami Wants Giant Mall Complex to Help It Grab Tourists From Orlando

The idea that this mall — indoor ski slopes, water park, and all — could make Miami competitive with Orlando on the theme park front is ludicrous. Miami has cultural riches, natural treasures, and plenty of places to shop and eat. It doesn't need more traffic jams, which this project will inevitably bring.

Miami Wants Giant Mall Complex to Help It Grab Tourists From Orlando

Tourism

International Tourists Fall Back in Love With Macy’s

Given the current U.S. tourism climate, it's difficult to know why visitors are flocking to Macy's in greater numbers. Still, it's another sign that things are looking up, at least temporarily, for the retailer.

International Tourists Fall Back in Love With Macy’s

Business Travel

Luxury Brands Invest in Airport Pop-Ups to Reach Coveted Customer Base

Airports are the shopping malls of modern times and one of the most effective ways for luxury brands to engage target markets worldwide.

Luxury Brands Invest in Airport Pop-Ups to Reach Coveted Customer Base

Hotels

First Hotel From Retailer Muji Is Minimalist But ‘Anti-Cheap’

Like West Elm, Muji is blurring the line between retail and hospitality, and creating a hotel that functions like an interactive showroom.

First Hotel From Retailer Muji Is Minimalist But ‘Anti-Cheap’

Hotels

Hospitality and Retail Join Forces But It Shouldn’t Be Forced

In the rush to smash together retail and hotels, brands have to focus on doing this with a lot of care and intention. Sometimes a brand just isn't that important.

Hospitality and Retail Join Forces But It Shouldn’t Be Forced

Cruises

Cruise Lines Rethink Retail Shopping for Age of Experiences

As travelers crave more meaningful experiences during their vacations, where does that leave cruise ship shopping? Cruise operators are trying to figure that out and deliver the kind of retail that passengers will respond to.

Cruise Lines Rethink Retail Shopping for Age of Experiences