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China online hotel channels getting a boost by youth travelers
By Linda Fox | September 5, 2019
China's online hotel platforms are attracting younger demographics with diverse expectations. Read More
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China's Big 5 hotel platforms have 96% of the market
China's Big 5 hotel platforms have 96% of the market
By Martin Cowen | August 30, 2018
Analysis of China's online hotel booking market in the second quarter of the year shows that almost the entire market is controlled by five businesses. Trustdata, a mobile internet big data monitor Read More
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Under-30 traveler survey
What under-30 travelers want when researching, booking and experiencing trips
By Mitra Sorrells | August 2, 2018
Younger travelers – those under 30 years old – represented 23% of all international arrivals in 2017, creating a market valued at more than $280 billion.  Read More
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GoEuro's chief operating officer on APIs, organic growth and Berlin's startups
GoEuro's chief operating officer on APIs, organic growth and Berlin's startups
By Martin Cowen | May 14, 2018
This is the latest in a series of articles spun out of [email protected], recorded live over three days at ITB Berlin this March. More clips and interviews to come here, as well as on our YouTube channel. Read More
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eLong and Tongcheng merge, under Ctrip stewardship
eLong and Tongcheng merge, under Ctrip stewardship
By Kevin May | December 29, 2017
Ctrip is overseeing the merging of two Chinese online travel brands - one of which it bought from Expedia Inc two years ago. Read More
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Why is there no global B2C online travel brand yet?
Why is there no global B2C online travel brand yet?
By Viewpoints | December 1, 2017
This is a viewpoint from Philippe Der Arslanian, CEO, Answair. The online travel space is missing something big: a global B2C brand. Sure, powerful brands such as Expedia and Priceline dominate Read More
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Flight metasearch -  hard landing into a new business model
Flight metasearch - hard landing into a new business model
By Viewpoints | September 26, 2017
This is a viewpoint from Philippe Der Arslanian, CEO, Answair. Metasearchers are facing a real problem. Google, Kayak, Skyscanner and many others are spending a lot in attracting travellers look Read More
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GoEuro partners with Qunar to tap into China's outbound market
GoEuro partners with Qunar to tap into China's outbound market
By Linda Fox | June 28, 2017
GoEuro, a service which enables consumers to compare different types of transport in Europe, has formed a partnership with Qunar. The deal means Chinese visitors to Europe will be able to search fo Read More
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Skyscanner's take on the future of distribution
Skyscanner's take on the future of distribution
By Martin Cowen | March 22, 2017
Skyscanner believes that the lines between direct and indirect distribution are blurring and is ramping up its facilitated booking strategy as a result. In a white paper, which reads like a manifes Read More
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Lola raises yet again - $10 million from Uber and Qunar backers
Lola raises yet again - $10 million from Uber and Qunar backers
By Kevin May | February 6, 2017
GV and Tenaya Capital have joined the latest Series B round for on-demand travel service Lola, bringing the total in that investment to $25 million. The initial announcement of a $15 million round Read More
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Rumours versus reality (with a bit of mischief thrown in) for travel search
Rumours versus reality (with a bit of mischief thrown in) for travel search
By Kevin May | October 21, 2016
Even before the latest in a Long Line Of Unsubstantiated Rumours about Skyscanner materialised, many were pondering the fate of the travel search sector this week. The trigger, somewhat inevitably, Read More
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Tujia buys Ctrip's homestay business, becoming more like Airbnb
Tujia buys Ctrip's homestay business, becoming more like Airbnb
By Martin Cowen | October 21, 2016
China's Airbnb-of-sorts Tujia is shaking up its existing structure and will integrate Ctrip and Qunar's homestay businesses as part of an acquisition and partnership. In a wide-ranging announcement Read More
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Kayak claims time is right for APAC attack, but regrets not investing in Qunar
Kayak claims time is right for APAC attack, but regrets not investing in Qunar
By Kevin May | October 19, 2016
Kayak will embark on its first significant push in the Asia-Pacific region in 2017, years after missing out on investing in one of China's hottest web properties. The travel search brand, which has Read More
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Ctrip quiet on global plans, prioritises supply for China outbound
Ctrip quiet on global plans, prioritises supply for China outbound
By Martin Cowen | September 2, 2016
China's biggest OTA Ctrip is concentrating on building its international inventory for its core Chinese users, CEO James Liang told analysts. On its Q2 earnings call this week, Liang was asked abou Read More
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Asia-Pacific online travel sales tipped to overtake North America
Asia-Pacific online travel sales tipped to overtake North America
By Kevin May | July 15, 2016
Next year could be a landmark one in the evolution of online travel as sales in Asia-Pacific surpass those in North America for the first time. Research house eMarketer has forecast that online tra Read More
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