Articles tagged “surveys”

Tourism

Tourism Remains a Mystery to Locals Says New Report

The reckoning stage has passed. Destination marketers should actively and urgently tackle tourism engagement and education — because community-driven pushback is only going to increase. That could impact recovery and growth, with the future of the tourism workforce depending on it.

Tourism Remains a Mystery to Locals Says New Report

Business Travel

Travelers in These 5 Countries Share Views on Remote Work and Sustainability: Skift Research

Sustainability and remote work will shape how we live and how we travel profoundly on the other side of the pandemic. Understanding what travelers think of these two topics and how these two areas will impact their future travel decisions is crucial for the industry rebuild.

Travelers in These 5 Countries Share Views on Remote Work and Sustainability: Skift Research

Airlines

Airline Execs Now See Accelerated Full Business Travel Recovery

Optimism is in the air among United, British Airways, and other airlines. Rightfully so.

Airline Execs Now See Accelerated Full Business Travel Recovery

Announcements

How the Pandemic Changed Traveler Behavior in 5 Major Destinations: New Skift Research

The pandemic has greatly disrupted travel, both in volumes, and for those who did manage to travel, how they traveled. Read our new survey findings from the U.S., UK, Australia, China and India to understand what has changed and what new habits will last post-pandemic.

How the Pandemic Changed Traveler Behavior in 5 Major Destinations: New Skift Research

Airlines

Americans Split Over Mandatory Vaccines for Air Travel: Skift Survey

This is America, the land of the free and hyper-polarized. Sadly. Though good news, enough will exists across the country for a vaccine requirement for air travel, but the vocal opposition will unlikely let it happen.

Americans Split Over Mandatory Vaccines for Air Travel: Skift Survey

Coronavirus

90 Percent of Global Travelers Would Embrace Health Passports to Jumpstart Travel: Amadeus Study

It's interesting to hear that travelers are open to digital health passports, once the right safeguards are in place to protect their data. But it still remains unclear who will pay for and manage the vaccination certifications.

90 Percent of Global Travelers Would Embrace Health Passports to Jumpstart Travel: Amadeus Study

Hotels

Airbnb CEO Dodges Question Over Whether Company Is Overvalued at $113 Billion

Airbnb is smart to focus on its core accommodations' business, if that is indeed what it is really doing. The company has time to deal with all of the other stuff, from flights to hotels and experiences, once a real-life travel recovery has a pulse.

Airbnb CEO Dodges Question Over Whether Company Is Overvalued at $113 Billion

Business Travel

Money to Travel, Just Not Booking Yet: Amadeus Consumer Poll

The year has been so horrible for the travel sector that it can be easy to forget about consumers' pent-up demand to explore the world. This survey is a helpful reminder.

Money to Travel, Just Not Booking Yet: Amadeus Consumer Poll

Coronavirus

Here’s What Airbnb Is Confidentially Telling Potential Investors About a New Survey

Airbnb will likely have no trouble raising money, assuming the valuation and terms are palatable to investors, but it's dubious that they will chip in a few hundred million dollars each based on the supposedly inherent advantages of Airbnb's product.

Here’s What Airbnb Is Confidentially Telling Potential Investors About a New Survey

Online Travel

Traveler Sentiment Tracking Gets Spotlight With Medallia’s Intent to Go Public

Customer-experience software companies Medallia, which is planning to go public this year, and Qualtrics, which SAP has just acquired for $8 billion, are receiving cash injections that should rev up their services. That's significant news for travel businesses that depend heavily on positive customer sentiment but increasingly face customer survey fatigue.

Traveler Sentiment Tracking Gets Spotlight With Medallia’s Intent to Go Public