Trip.com Group posted revenue across the business of $912 million in the second quarter of 2021.
The figure is up from the $628 million captured during the first quarter of the year and a large increase (86%) on the $448 million in the April to June period in 2020.
The company, operator of the Ctrip, Skyscanner and Trip.com brands, says its domestic hotel and air ticket revenues gross merchanized volume is running at about 150% higher than in Q2 2020.
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Executive chairman James Liang says: "Overall, the Chinese domestic travel market has been encouraging, and we see great potential in international markets.
"Going forward, we will continue to be adaptive and responsive to the changing market conditions and the evolving demands of post-pandemic travelers."
In a numnber of product segments, Trip.com Group enjoyed some hefty double-digit growth compared the same quarter in 2020.
Accommodation revenues increased by 96% to year-over-year to $380 million, while air and ground transportation was up 80% to $320 million.
The biggest year-over-year jump came in its packaging business, with $57 million taken in during Q2 and representing a 182% increase.
Corporate travel-related revenue soared by 141% to $60 million year-over-year.
Adjusted EBITDA for the reporting period of April to June 2021 came in at $142 million.
CEO Jane Sun says: "Throughout the second quarter, we continued to focus on the domestic market in terms of supply chain, content capabilities, service quality, and technology advancement, to lay a solid foundation for new growth drivers beyond the pandemic."