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Travel and hospitality will take a long time to recover: Booking Holdings CEOopens in new window
Booking Holdings president & chief executive Glenn D Fogel talks about his business, the pandemic driving growth for alternative accommodation, why it will take a long time for the travel industry to recover, and his own experience as a Covid-19 patient.
25
Sep
2020
tech.economictimes.indiatimes.com
Industry, govt need to work together for growth of tourism sector: Fogelopens in new window
The travel and tourism industry and government in India need to work together for the growth of the sector, the worst affected by disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Booking Holdings President and CEO Glenn D Fogel said on Wednesday. Booking Holdings provides online travel and related services to customers and partners in over 220 countries and territories through consumer-facing brands, including Booking.com, Rentalcars.com, among others.
23
Sep
2020
www.business-standard.com
SWEET DEAL Cadbury World announces Halloween Spooktacular event with free chocolate and new attractionsopens in new window
CADBURY World has revealed their Halloween event this year, Halloween Spooktacular, with kids and adults welcome to explore the famous attraction with a spooky theme. One night at Birmingham hotels near Cadbury World with Booking.com - from £52 per night
23
Sep
2020
www.thesun.co.uk
Staycation Sensation: Canadian Travellers Racked Up 71% Fewer Miles This Summeropens in new window
If you stayed close to home this summer, you weren’t alone. New data from Booking.com reveals that the average distance Canadians travelled from June 1 to Aug. 31 was down 71% from last year. They also found that 83% of the distance we travelled was within Canada, compared to 17% in 2019.
23
Sep
2020
canadiantravelnews.ca
Attracting longer stay travellers just got easier for properties on Booking.comopens in new window
Search trends from Booking.com, one of the world’s largest travel platforms and a digital technology leader, reveal that various types of travellers are increasingly looking to stay in a single place for longer, bringing them the opportunity to experience a destination in a whole new way. Innovating to respond to this growing demand, the travel platform recently introduced an easy way for its property partners to implement weekly and monthly rate plans to attract travellers looking for longer stays with a great price.
22
Sep
2020
drifttravel.com

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