Articles tagged “travelsky”

Airlines

China’s Aviation Industry Suffers $4.9 Billion Loss in Second Quarter

On the bright side, the loss was slightly narrower than the first quarter loss.

China’s Aviation Industry Suffers $4.9 Billion Loss in Second Quarter

Coronavirus

Travelsky Puts On a Brave Face as Chinese Flight Demand Slowly Rebounds

Travelsky, China's travel technology giant, said it will weather the coronavirus-related plunge in air travel without needing to lay off workers. Remarkably, in January it added a tool to its popular flight app that alerts a traveler if another passenger is later tested and found to have coronavirus.

Travelsky Puts On a Brave Face as Chinese Flight Demand Slowly Rebounds

Tourism

How Not to Close an Island: Tourism Lessons From Indonesia

Closing islands for a rehab seems fashionable in Southeast Asia. It shouldn’t be. Authorities must first assess options carefully, and by no means should premature announcements be made. Just look at the Komodo Island example and the wrong messages Indonesia has sent about one of its most unique tourism assets.

How Not to Close an Island: Tourism Lessons From Indonesia

Online Travel

TravelSky’s Performance Offers a View of China’s Slowing Air Travel Market

New data from China's travel tech giant TravelSky shows that the country's pace of air travel growth slowed in the first half of the year. But the country remained the fastest-growing region in the world in terms of aviation and traveling.

TravelSky’s Performance Offers a View of China’s Slowing Air Travel Market

Airlines

Why Do Airlines Suffer So Many Tech Glitches?

A British Airways hiccup earlier this month was merely the latest tech outage at a number of airlines. Why does the industry suffer from so many glitches? Experts point to some deeper reasons beyond the commonly heard "old tech" explanation.

Why Do Airlines Suffer So Many Tech Glitches?

Online Travel

TravelSky’s Monopoly in China Helped Boost Annual Revenues

TravelSky, China's state-backed airline distribution and software services company, reported solid revenue growth in 2018. But the company's insulation from market competition risks creating complacency, and some signs suggest Chinese airlines are frustrated.

TravelSky’s Monopoly in China Helped Boost Annual Revenues

Tourism

Travel This Week: ASTA Conference Opens at a Beleaguered SeaWorld

Responsible travel brands are taking steps to ban bookings of tourist attractions involving direct human interactions with animals. Given all the SeaWorld controversies that the film "Blackfish" uncovered, coupled with ongoing federal probes, couldn't ASTA have picked an alternative venue for its opening reception?

Travel This Week: ASTA Conference Opens at a Beleaguered SeaWorld