Articles tagged “trip.com group”

Online Travel

How Kayak Fared 10 Years After Priceline’s Offer to Buy It

Kayak isn't as muscular today in metasearch, as some would have forecast years ago, given the impact of Google. But Kayak hasn't folded, either.

How Kayak Fared 10 Years After Priceline’s Offer to Buy It

Tourism

Hong Kong’s Partial Tourism Re-Opening

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at Hong Kong’s quarantine relaxation, Trip.com Group’s earnings, and the touristic pull of summer music festivals.

Hong Kong’s Partial Tourism Re-Opening

Online Travel

Trip.com Group’s Europe and U.S. Business Now Playing Larger Role in Performance

Geographic diversification is paying off for China's Trip.com Group. Europe and the U.S. is still a fraction of its overall business, but they are now significant contributors.

Trip.com Group’s Europe and U.S. Business Now Playing Larger Role in Performance

Online Travel

Spain’s eDreams Odigeo Hones Strategy to Make Its Flight Bookings Habit-Forming

When it comes to out-performing the online travel industry in terms of a post-Covid booking recovery, eDreams Odigeo can claim a top prize. It is plowing revenue back into discounts to make its subscriptions a no-brainer.

Spain’s eDreams Odigeo Hones Strategy to Make Its Flight Bookings Habit-Forming

News Blog

UK Tops European Hotspot List for U.S. Travelers

American tourists are flocking to the UK over other European destinations, new data shows. Post-Covid pent-up demand has collided with the strong dollar, according to the latest figures from travel agency Trip.com, with a 678 percent surge in searches for U.S. to UK flights in the first six months of 2022, compared to the same…

Online Travel

Skyscanner and Gogobot Acquisitions Help Trip.com Navigate China Domestic Travel Woes

Acquisitions can have unintended consequences. Trip.com Group likely didn't view the acquisitions of Skyscanner and Gogobot as hedges against the collapse of China travel.

Skyscanner and Gogobot Acquisitions Help Trip.com Navigate China Domestic Travel Woes

Online Travel

Evoking Travel Inspiration Online to Combat Covid Anxieties

Trip.com Group, Airbnb, and other online travel agencies have all made commitments to up their travel inspiration games. Pandemic uncertainties and anxieties will bolster their efforts.

Evoking Travel Inspiration Online to Combat Covid Anxieties

Travel Technology

Trip.com Bolsters Flight Search Engine to Boost European Bookings

Western companies such as Hopper and Amadeus are lining up to sell enterprise tech solutions to Trip.com Group. That's because the Chinese travel powerhouse is in a shopping mood. It sees back-end technology as critical for making further market share gains in Europe.

Trip.com Bolsters Flight Search Engine to Boost European Bookings

Online Travel

Trip.com Sees China Potentially Easing Travel Curbs in 2022

Six months or a year seem like way longer than that in the Covid era, and anything can happen in the interim. But it is significant that the executive chairman of China's largest online travel agency is postulating that inbound and outbound travel curbs could be softened next year.

Trip.com Sees China Potentially Easing Travel Curbs in 2022

Online Travel

Meituan Makes Gains in Luxury Hotels as Chinese Government Reshapes Online Sector

The Chinese government, for better or worse, is exacting a toll on online platforms in its anti-monopoly drive. Meituan's penalty amounted to 3 percent of revenue, and it is being forced to implement additional reforms.

Meituan Makes Gains in Luxury Hotels as Chinese Government Reshapes Online Sector