Articles tagged “webjet”

Why Does Traveloka Want to Venture Into Competitive Australia?

Why Does Traveloka Want to Venture Into Competitive Australia?

Raini Hamdi, Skift

Traveloka is going after a slice of the Australian online travel market. That's brave. Even though the market is robust, the space is highly competitive. While Indonesia is popular among Australians, travelers still mainly prefer Bali, which is like their backyard. So what has Traveloka to offer?

3 weeks ago

Webjet Australia Grew Revenue Tenfold in 8 Years: Now It Gets Tough

Webjet Australia Grew Revenue Tenfold in 8 Years: Now It Gets Tough

Raini Hamdi, Skift

Webjet Limited has risen as a major online travel agency in Australia and the No. 2 bedbank player globally. But stiff competition among online players down under, a slowdown in cruise sales, and low bedbank margins will keep it on its toes.

3 months ago

WebBeds on Shopping Spree for Bedbanks: Should Hotelbeds Be Worried?

WebBeds on Shopping Spree for Bedbanks: Should Hotelbeds Be Worried?

Raini Hamdi, Skift

The acquisition of Destinations of the World seals WebBeds as the second largest B2B bedbank player, but incumbent Hotelbeds need not worry – for a very long time.

4 months ago

Thomas Cook and Expedia Reach Wide-Ranging Deal for Hotel Sourcing and Selling

Thomas Cook and Expedia Reach Wide-Ranging Deal for Hotel Sourcing and Selling

Patrick Whyte, Skift

Thomas Cook's efforts to strip its hotel business back to its core exclusive sun and beach properties continues. The deal with Expedia seems more wide-ranging than the previous tie-up with Webjet, and chief executive Peter Fankhauser's comments hint at a potential for a closer arrangement in the future.

2 years ago

Webjet Is Buying JacTravel as Wholesaler Consolidation Intensifies

Webjet Is Buying JacTravel as Wholesaler Consolidation Intensifies

Patrick Whyte, Skift

In a short period, the number of companies at the top of the business-to-business travel market has shrunk dramatically. The deal continues Webjet's transition from a regionally focused consumer travel company to a global travel business; other acquisitions will follow.

2 years ago

Gol eliminates 850 jobs and returns Webjet’s fuel-inefficent jets

Telman Marotto and Karen Eeuwens, Bloomberg

The job losses at Gol will certainly be painful, but transitioning to more efficient aircraft as Gol erases the Webjet brand makes sense in the long run.

6 years ago