2022 saw Trip.com Group help drive the long-awaited recovery of the embattled global travel and tourism sector as it revived from the pandemic. The company delivered resilient results in the third quarter of the past year, despite the continued disruptions resulting from the COVID-19 resurgence in China.
Leading travel service provider Trip.com Group held its 2022 Global Partner Summit in Macao, with tourism boards, international airlines, hotel groups and industry representatives from across the travel industry in attendance.
Trip.com, the global travel platform, is marking its fifth anniversary as it continues its ambitious expansion plans driven by its mission to be the trusted trip companion for travellers worldwide. Since it was acquired in 2017
Now that Trip.com’s CO2 emissions offsetting partnership with CHOOOSE has been in operation for almost two months, Trip.com wanted to take a moment to assess how the collaboration was progressing and to take an in-depth look at the audiences that are buying emissions offsetting options today. With some interesting revelations to come out of the analysis, below we discuss our findings.
Trip.com has announced its long-term goal to build green tourism, including the launch over 10,000 low-carbon travel products, engaging 100 million travellers in low-carbon practices, and aiming to further reduce carbon emissions across operations.
Trip.com, the global travel service provider, has been named the 10th most downloaded OTA app globally in the first half of 2022 by leading app analysis firm Apptopia. The announcement comes as Trip.com continues to expand worldwide with its all-in-one app-first offering.
Andy Washington is Trip.com Group’s General Manager for Europe. BTN catches up with the travel tech expert to discuss his newly-created role to build the global online travel agency’s European base.