Articles tagged “trip.com”

Online Travel

The Expedia Case For and Against Keeping Orbitz and Travelocity

In Expedia Group's efficiency drive, there's a certain logic to killing some sub-brands as their market share plummets. But what about all those customers who still love Travelocity?

The Expedia Case For and Against Keeping Orbitz and Travelocity

News Blog

Chinese Cite Financial Impact From Covid for Not Wanting to Travel Abroad

Chinese travelers cite financial constraints over the last three years as the leading reason for not wanting to travel abroad even as China decided to end its zero-Covid policy by easing travel restrictions, according to a report. Chinese marketing solutions firm Dragon Trail International published a report on Thursday following a survey of more than 1,000…

Online Travel

Trip.com Group CEO Tells Davos Leaders Global Travel for China Will Be Back by Third Quarter

China is seeing record surge in searches, but for those searches to convert to bookings, it needs airlines, airports and hotels to quickly ramp up capacity.

Trip.com Group CEO Tells Davos Leaders Global Travel for China Will Be Back by Third Quarter

Online Travel

Trip.com Cautious of Travel Rebound Even After China Loosens Covid Rules

Trip.com knows better than to just make tall claims on a travel rebound even as the company witnesses a surge in search volume for inbound and outbound travel.

Trip.com Cautious of Travel Rebound Even After China Loosens Covid Rules

Online Travel

The New Chinese Traveler Won’t Be Receptive to Old Marketing Strategies

If and when outbound Chinese travelers return, they will be a post-pandemic version of their former selves with altered likes and dislikes. Old-school marketing may fall flat.

The New Chinese Traveler Won’t Be Receptive to Old Marketing Strategies

News Blog

Trip.com Group Taps $1.5 Billion Loan Tied to Green Targets

Trip.com Group said on Friday it had tapped a $1.5 billion sustainability-linked loan facility, meaning that the financing terms link the debt's interest rates to the Chinese online travel giant's performance against specific environmental targets. The Shanghai-based company will use three-year dual-tranche term loan facility to refinance some of its debt, and the rest for…

Tourism

Saudi Arabia Details Plans for One of World’s Largest Airports: Middle East Travel Roundup

With an ambitious strategy to increase visitors to more than 100 million annually by 2030, Saudi Arabia clearly doesn't want to be caught off guard with inadequate infrastructure.

Saudi Arabia Details Plans for One of World’s Largest Airports: Middle East Travel Roundup

Tourism

UAE Eyes $122 Billion a Year From Tourism by 2031: Middle East Travel Roundup

Destinations in the Middle East are not just turning to tourism in an effort to diversify their national economies but positioning themselves to compete on a larger scale globally.

UAE Eyes $122 Billion a Year From Tourism by 2031: Middle East Travel Roundup

Business Travel

Prince Harry’s Travalyst Focuses on Corp Travel Carbon Emissions With Travelport, Amadeus

Adding Amadeus and Travelport certainly expands Travalyst's reach, but the partnerships will only be worthwhile if their corporate travel agency customers adopt Travalyst's method of calculating carbon emissions.

Prince Harry’s Travalyst Focuses on Corp Travel Carbon Emissions With Travelport, Amadeus

News Blog

Trip.com Jumps on Buy Now Pay Later Bandwagon

China‚Äôs Trip.com has struck two new partnerships, covering the UK and Asia Pacific, to give customers the opportunity to delay or spread out payments for their purchases. In Asia Trip.com has joined forces with Atome, while in the UK it will use Klarna. Trip.com bookers in the UK will see Klarna as an additional payment…