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Booking Holdings expects 270 million room nights of short-term rental this year
Airbnb's growth rate on room nights sold year over year was about 45% in the first quarter and the figure has fallen to the 30% to 35% range in the last few weeks.
WeChat Pay starts to work with Hong Kong Disneyland from May 24
WeChat Pay can be used in the Hong Kong Disneyland starting from May 24, 2018.
Booking Holdings homes in on the long run
Booking Holdings CEO says they have a single-digit market share in the very large global accommodations market and an even lower market share in the total travel market.
Booking Holdings benefits $54.5 million from investing Ctrip in Q1 2018
Booking Holdings will continue to expand single home inventory, with strategies targeting mobile and in-destination to build a "holistic travel experience".
Machine learning drives 50% increase in flight bookings for eDreams Odigeo
The OTA says it has seen flight bookings increase up to 50% “in some scenarios” and a 10% increase in the rate of customers adding ancillary products such as baggage, seats or insurance.
Airbnb wants to conquer the travel itinerary
Global branding exercises and large-scale power grabs are one thing, but it’s ultimately the individual guest experience that counts.
Shopping trumps hotels for Chinese tourists
Survey found that Chinese tourists exhibit stronger purchasing power than non-Chinese tourists, at RM2,991 against RM1,908 per person on shopping alone.
Booking Holdings’ aggressive plan on alternative stays and Airbnb
Alternative accommodation properties now stand at about 1.2 million homes and apartments aon Booking.com, an increase of 53% year-on-year.
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Chatbots proving their worth in travel e-commerce
Ctrip reports 19% rise in net revenue, proposes to change company name to Trip.com Group
Virtual interlining model for hotels – set to compete with OTAs?
Two decades on, Ctrip hopes to emerge even stronger: CEO Jane Sun
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