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Articles tagged “trip.com group”

Online Travel

4 Charts Showing the Massive Global Travel Opportunity: Courtesy of Trip.com IPO Filing

As many private equity and other investors will tell you, massive opportunities remain in the travel industry over the long term. The travel market will undeniably look very different in 2025 than it does today. But if you believe Trip.com's projections, boom times are ahead for many companies.

4 Charts Showing the Massive Global Travel Opportunity: Courtesy of Trip.com IPO Filing

Online Travel

Travel Companies Adapt to a Livestreaming Trend That May Outlast the Pandemic

The pandemic rapidly sped up a trend in livestreams. But the early success of Trip.com Group's and Alibaba Group's Fliggy webcasts marketing travel suggests that the phenomenon is here to stay.

Travel Companies Adapt to a Livestreaming Trend That May Outlast the Pandemic

Online Travel

China’s Trip.com Group Has ‘Less Worse’ Second Quarter Than Booking and Expedia

In some respects, travel companies are prisoners of their geographic strengths and weaknesses in the Covid-19 era. Operational considerations aside, it sure didn't hurt Trip.com Group to be based in China.

China’s Trip.com Group Has ‘Less Worse’ Second Quarter Than Booking and Expedia

Airlines

Just Like That, AirAsia Group Says It’s a Digital Lifestyle Company — Or Not

Airline officials can't just snap their fingers to proclaim they have successfully become way more than an airline. That being said, AirAsia did launch a new vacation package business called Snap. AirAsia's digital business is still very much a work in progress with much to be proven.

Just Like That, AirAsia Group Says It’s a Digital Lifestyle Company — Or Not

Online Travel

MakeMyTrip Bets on the Pandemic Speeding Up India’s Shift to Online Travel

Executives are fine-tuning their strategy by pushing more into business travel management, tours-and-activities sales, and international bus booking.

MakeMyTrip Bets on the Pandemic Speeding Up India’s Shift to Online Travel

Online Travel

Google Cut Off an Online Travel Company and Sent In the Bill Collectors

With parent company Alphabet generating $79 billion in revenue in the first half of 2020, Google is relentlessly rolling out new travel products. Not to mention, it is dictating content-licensing and advertising terms to cash-strapped partners while a pandemic rages. Enough said.

Google Cut Off an Online Travel Company and Sent In the Bill Collectors

Coronavirus

Europe Sees Modest Rebound in Cheap Flight Bookings: New Skyscanner Data

If you're looking for flickers of hope, new data suggests that budget airlines are seeing better-than-expected rebounds in Europe. But routes serving some countries, like beleaguered Spain, remain weaker than others.

Europe Sees Modest Rebound in Cheap Flight Bookings: New Skyscanner Data

Airlines

Skyscanner Shows Tenacity to Overcome Challenges Selling Airline Tickets on Mobile

Why is shopping for flights on mobile devices much harder than for TVs and clothes? A few reasons. Skyscanner may be delivering fixes soon, though the industry has promised fixes for years.

Skyscanner Shows Tenacity to Overcome Challenges Selling Airline Tickets on Mobile

Online Travel

India’s MakeMyTrip Pushes Out Expectations for Profits Even Further Because of Pandemic

One wonders whether some travel companies like MakeMyTrip Group must rethink parts of their business during the pandemic. They may continue to struggle to pay out millions in refunds to customers due to a staccato pace of travel restrictions.

India’s MakeMyTrip Pushes Out Expectations for Profits Even Further Because of Pandemic

Online Travel

Trip.com Group’s New Recovery Campaign Shows Tourism Leaders Still Long for China’s Outbound Travelers

World tourism leaders make a beeline for this new initiative to get people, especially the world's highest spending tourists, to travel again. Kudos to Trip.com Group for picking up the mantle to unite the global industry.

Trip.com Group’s New Recovery Campaign Shows Tourism Leaders Still Long for China’s Outbound Travelers