Golden Week is set to thrive, especially with a surge in the expected last-minute bookings that will take place closer to date.
British Airways resumes Shanghai service; Alibaba's Fliggy offers billion-dollar subsidy.
Flights between London and Beijing remain suspended.
IHG takes voco global with launch in US and Greater China; Chinese "Big Three" airlines expected to report profits in Q3.
The conglomerate has been weighed down by debt worth billions of dollars and has frequently delayed its bond payment commitments.
Airlines have increased capacity to meet rising demand, but ticket prices are still low due to the pandemic.
Huazhu prices global offering at HKD 297 to raise around USD 783 million; Alibaba may invest in Grab to bolster its business in Southeast Asia.
Of the five-star segment, the resorts were reporting an average occupancy rate of 80% for the Golden Week period.
The biggest question, however, doesn’t really revolve around technology or destinations, it’s confidence.
There is still a significant proportion of flights in airlines schedules through to the end of the year which appear unrealistic and will almost certainly be canceled yet.
Sociability, reaching an audience and design are key.
Millennials and Gen Z have shown in survey after survey that they want to provide for their pets at the same level as themselves, particularly with health care.
Despite those hopefully positive developments the loss of 15 million extra seats by the end of September continues to place real pressure on airlines around the globe.
The decision to pay up stems from wanting more flexible reservations, more space and more privacy.
HotelRunner’s digital marketing efforts to acquire a hotel user on a freemium model is as low as USD 3.
Booking Holdings still expects to reduce Booking.com’s global workforce by up to approximately 25%, including those employees impacted by the Approved Plan.
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