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Articles tagged “subscriptions”

Business Travel

UK Corporate Travel Agency Breaks New Ground With a Subscription Model

There's nothing like breaking ranks with tradition, and over the course of the year we'll probably hear more about this type of travel management-as-a-service offering.

UK Corporate Travel Agency Breaks New Ground With a Subscription Model

Online Travel

EDreams Now Has a Half Million Paying Travel Subscribers

The subscription model continues to show promise in travel.

EDreams Now Has a Half Million Paying Travel Subscribers

Airlines

Can Flight Subscriptions Help Airlines Recover From an Unprecedented Drop in Demand?

Before Covid-19, many airlines were skeptical about subscription services. They feared selling cheap seats and not having enough inventory available for big-spenders. But times may be changing.

Can Flight Subscriptions Help Airlines Recover From an Unprecedented Drop in Demand?

Tourism

Two Emblems of India Tourism Cut Costs to Stay Afloat

Air India and Oyo couldn’t be more different, not just in their respective businesses, but both could be gone in a New York minute if they aren’t able get past the biggest test they face currently.

Two Emblems of India Tourism Cut Costs to Stay Afloat

Business Travel

Travel Megatrends 2020: Subscription Travel Is the Next Frontier of Loyalty

Earning consumer loyalty means more than giving them rewards. Subscriptions and memberships represent a compelling way for travel companies to create lasting relationships with consumers.

Travel Megatrends 2020: Subscription Travel Is the Next Frontier of Loyalty

Online Travel

EDreams Adds Hotels to Prime Subscription Scheme

EDreams is certainly putting a lot of effort into its Prime subscription offering. The test will be how it goes down in other markets and how it performs over a number of years. Do the numbers stack up over the long term and will people keep renewing?

EDreams Adds Hotels to Prime Subscription Scheme

Airlines

Delta Air Lines Sells a New Subscription That Indirectly Includes Overhead Bin Access

This priority boarding craze is getting out of hand. Almost no one wants to get on an airplane 45 minutes before it departs. People go nuts over boarding early because they have overhead bin anxiety. Can we just start charging for bin space? It's a precious resource for which demand outstrips supply.

Delta Air Lines Sells a New Subscription That Indirectly Includes Overhead Bin Access

Luxury

Inspirato CEO Predicts Subscription Model Will Spur Followers in Luxury Travel

Introducing a subscription model to the travel industry could lead to a transformation in the way companies sell their products. On the other hand, it may be a challenge to get travelers to lock themselves into one brand over a period of time — unless, of course, there is an attractive perceived value.

Inspirato CEO Predicts Subscription Model Will Spur Followers in Luxury Travel

Online Travel

Online Travel’s eDreams Apes Amazon With Prime Subscription Service

It's a bold move to call your subscription product "Prime," but if eDreams Odigeo's new offering is anywhere near as useful as Amazon's has been, the company will be pretty happy.

Online Travel’s eDreams Apes Amazon With Prime Subscription Service

Hotels

TripAdvisor Expands Subscription Business Into Restaurants

While investors and observers are rightfully focused on how TripAdvisor's transition to a hotel booking site will work out, the company has some meaningful hedges in the form of vacation rentals, tours and activities, and restaurants. Collecting monthly and annual fees is a very material part of the overall business and will likely become even more so.

TripAdvisor Expands Subscription Business Into Restaurants