Articles tagged “tour operators”

Tour Operators

Contiki’s Gen Z Playbook for Tours: Small Groups and Fresh Destinations

Contiki's CEO, Adam Armstrong, is working to boost the company's technological offerings as the company spreads further into Africa, Latin America, and Asia.

Contiki’s Gen Z Playbook for Tours: Small Groups and Fresh Destinations

Tour Operators

Airbnb Ups Its Experience Delistings Amid Strategy Revamp

Airbnb appeared to have begun a wave of delistings for its travel experiences offerings, upsetting some operators. However, Airbnb has made it clear that it remains committed to the experiences business, with plans to boost customer awareness of the category.

Airbnb Ups Its Experience Delistings Amid Strategy Revamp

Tour Operators

Dubai Gains Ground In The Tours And Activities Market

Dubai is skyrocketing in popularity as a destination for tours and activities and operators are quickly hopping on the trend.

Dubai Gains Ground In The Tours And Activities Market

Business Travel

World Cup Tickets Will Go to Corporations, Not Fans

The visitor profile for World Cup 2026 is trending toward corporate group travelers. Individual tourists are being left out.

World Cup Tickets Will Go to Corporations, Not Fans

Overtourism

Canary Island Protests: Is It Tourism or Housing? TUI’s CEO Weighs In

A big part of the protests is about stopping the rise in short-term rentals. But that is far from the only area where activists want to see change.

Canary Island Protests: Is It Tourism or Housing? TUI’s CEO Weighs In

Travel Agents

Hotelbeds Delays IPO Until the End of 2024 at the Earliest: Reports

When it comes to potential IPOs, timing is everything in life, right? Hotelbeds seemingly thinks so.

Hotelbeds Delays IPO Until the End of 2024 at the Earliest: Reports

Tour Operators

TUI Books Record Revenue Thanks to Cruises and Dynamic Packaging

As TUI hits records for revenue, the tour operator highlighted its growing use of dynamic packaging and its increasing direct inventory deals with low-cost airlines and hotels.

TUI Books Record Revenue Thanks to Cruises and Dynamic Packaging

Tourism

The Ozempic Era Will Force the Travel Industry to Adapt

If travel companies are not thinking about the impact of GLP-1s on their bottom line yet – in 2024 they will.

The Ozempic Era Will Force the Travel Industry to Adapt

Tourism

Paris Reaches for More of Travelers’ Gold

Today's podcast looks at Paris’ tax reach, key trends in luxury travel, and TUI’s stock moves.

Paris Reaches for More of Travelers’ Gold

Tour Operators

Married Yet Solo: More Women Are Traveling Without Their Plus-Ones

A growing trend of married older women traveling solo points to a broader societal shift of lifestyle choices as travel companies adapt to this diverse demographic with tailored and safe experiences.

Married Yet Solo: More Women Are Traveling Without Their Plus-Ones