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What a healthy Hilton says about the hotel industry now
Hilton’s Web Direct channels of all types grew three times the rate of other channels.
Rail is the next big thing for Asia’s online travel platforms
After low cost carriers, the next big thing that will change the way Asians travel could be rail. A rail-volution is in the air and online travel platforms want in. But it’s not that easy.
Ebix grabs 80% stake in India’s SaaS travel company Zillious
The acquisition of Zillious is the ninth acquisition of Ebix in India.
Can OYO capture the unbranded hotel market in the U.S. and Europe?
Physical and technological upgrades and higher revenue could make OYO a welcome opportunity for unbranded accommodations in the U.S., which number around 18,000 – 1/3 of all hotels in the country.
Ride sharing provider Linghangyuan completes multi-million funding round
Linghangyuan Technology rents out cars by the hour and provides customized technical services and operational solutions targeting business customers and leisure travelers.
All you need to know about hotel guest loyalty
There’s a lot of talk in the travel industry these days that travelers aren’t loyal to hotel brands anymore; it’s all about price and perks. But is this really true? Does hotel guest loyalty exist without paying for it—and if so, how?
Strong demand for island vacations
Several travel companies are reporting an expected Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 35 percent in the next three years, while the market for island travel currently already exceeds RMB100 billion annually(approximately USD 146 million).
Uplift raises $123 million to broaden its travel loan services
Consumers with high credit scores are increasingly tempted into splurging on luxury trips if companies lend them credit on attractive terms, said an executive at Uplift.
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Expedia suspends travel listings from mainland China amid coronavirus outbreak
Expedia suspends China listings, Europe projects 7%-25% impact - Daily Brief
Malaysia maintains tourism target, bets on locals and non-Chinese visitors
71.5% of Chinese travelers will hit the road after the outbreak ends
China considers airlines bailout; OYO fights to keep hotels open - Daily Brief
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