Skift Travel Health Index
Skift Travel Health Index: April 2023 Highlights
Hopper is the new kid on the block. Except it’s not. Founded in 2007, it spent a decade building a huge database of flight information before selling its first flight booking in 2016. The time it spent on its cutting edge price prediction capabilities have paid dividends, leading to the launch of a suite of fintech products which have been fundamental in Hopper’s disruption of the legacy OTAs.
Skift Research surveyed 200 travel insiders about the impact new AI tools will have on their jobs, company and the travel industry at large.
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Skift Research highlights the 250 companies at the forefront of shaping the short-term rental industry. See the list, and read the storylines that are defining the sector.
Generative AI is poised to transform the travel industry. True, there’s plenty of hype out there with little substance to back it up. But even after Skift Research separates the chaff from the wheat, we find that a multi-billion dollar opportunity still remains.
We’ve covered the environmental performance of hotel companies before, but that research was due an update. Much has happened in the world, and – probably unrelated – hotel companies have become better at setting emission reduction targets and reporting of current performance. Let’s continue that trend.
Business travel spending is unlikely to reach 2019 levels in the near future as corporations are implementing stringent travel policies and the availability of video conferencing options is expected to displace a share of business traffic.
Find out how the recovery of the travel industry took shape.