eIndices of French language online Agencies
eIndices of American online hotel chains
eIndices of French language online hotel chains
New negotiation trades for online commissions
: have your customers pay a supplement and only then do you negotiate with the airline company
Travelocity.com's new homepage
: lessons to be learnt for your own site
Homepages that sell
: a market that still proves greatly untapped
Degriftour-lastminute, Nouvelles Frontières-Preussag, SNCF-Expedia, Promovacances-Karavel:
French eTourism continues its consolidation
Was it the
right time for Amazon.com
eIndice of French TO and online agencies
: quality has materialized
Exclusive interview of Cheap Tickets's President
and C.E.O.(May 01)
Andbook.com: Accor, Hilton and Forte form a joint venture to conquer the online European hotel trade
Does Orbitz really hold the future of the eTourism sector in its hands? Figures at war
Orbitz.com: we must put an end to the existing monopoly of the GDSs.
Serious threats for the future of online and offline agencies
Will the new online strategy adopted by lastminute allow the site to survive in the eTourism battle?
Tour operator and online French agencies: quality and professionalism
French online hotel chains: success is still very far off.
eIndices of American online hotel chains. Top priority: Give the sites a human touch.
Orbitz.com: no future
eTourism marketplaces - a major revolution
Internet European Travel Monitor
: 27.263 million international and domestic trips were initiated on the Internet by Europeans in 1999, 5.738 million of which were booked and paid for online.
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Does technology dislike tour operators
The Internet has become the Promised Land of the discount
Commissions are forgotten
: big eTourism web sites give up their travel agent hat
12 advices to make your newsletter successful
in the eTourism sector
Browser-to-buyer conversion rates in eTourism
: up to 12,7% for Southwest.com!
eTravel: facts and figures faced with a crisis that is gradually taking over
Delta Airlines' initiative
to revitalise airline traffic towards
U.S. hotel industry
strains to make a recovery after the attacks of September 11, 2001
Internet on board aircraft
: a $1 billion market forecast for 2006
Southwest cuts its commission
on eTicket, thus hoping to save $40 million
impact of September 11
, 2001 on Priceline.com and Hotwire.com revenues
Can airline fares and schedules be considered as proprietary information
Big hotel chains faced with the harsh reality of Internet investments
MYOBTravel.com: Delta takes hold of the small business travellers' segment
Niches in the e-Tourism sector still have a future: college and universities happen to be Galileo and e-travco's new targets
Pilots now count on the "Cyber" effect to better manage their claims and strikes
In order to push e-ticket sales, American Airlines will charge $10 more for paper tickets
Would you like to get personalised mortality statistics for your next flight?
Business travel: faced with an economic slowdown, companies re-examine their travel policies for airline companies, but also hotels and car rentals.
American eTravel consumers are now mature enough to modify the structure of tourist industry.
Historic Traveler takes up the historic segment online - Strategic analysis.
Rosenbluth appears more and more interested in Europe and discounts.
The reversed auction business model is facing great difficulties
Online airline ticket sales are expected to soar in 2000
France to the Europeans, Europe to the Americans?
Lastminute/Degriftour: will eTourism become a sub-product of the retail business?
First big setback in eTourism: Leisureplanet.com forced to change its business model
Biztravel.com concentrates its marketing efforts on its best customers. A good example to follow
Jador.com delays its IPO. Our analysis
Travelocity.com and Expedia.com's globalisation strategies challenged
Big marketing campaign for WebMiles. We take a look at travel award programmes
New eTourism players - price comparison sites. Our opinion
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Innovation: launching of the first totally wireless check-in by Alaska Airlines.
Delta.com for Corporations: how to eliminate transactional fees!
Online partnership strategies : the example of Southwest Airlines
Biased search engines: Travelocity.com's answer
One to one relationship and permission marketing: eCRM according to Marriott
The traps of the wireless : Voice Centric versus Data Centric
ASPs arrive in the eTourism sector. We look at secure-res.com
Surge in announcements about wireless services. Latest examples - Galileo and biztravel.com
Six airline companies join up to compete against priceline.com
Internet shares plunge, but eTourism proves it's set to last. We look at the AOL/Travelocity deal
Leisureplanet.com and libertytv.com form an alliance to offer Business Travel programmes on television.
Will cable TV be the next European eTourism battlefield?
Sabre and eSoft form an alliance to offer small- and medium-sized companies a tailored business travel solution.
Reflections on the future of Internet-based systems for corporate travel.
American sites set to arrive in Europe
American Express is now offering an online reservation service
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and eTourism in the United-States: $64 billion in 2007
Television plus Internet: LibertyTV.com a bet that might well win
23 million Europeans will buy their travel over the phone in 2005
94.6 million unique visitors: a new record
of visits in the eTourism in January 2002
Travel: first leading online category in 2001
French TO and online travel agency web sites
: full credit to eTravel!
are slowly regaining confidence
Expedia - Travelocity - Ebookers
: their last figures are optimistic when things are disastrous for AMR
French airline web sites - Figures
for September 2001
Post 11/09: Traffic rises on eTourism web sites throughout the world, except in France
views the future of business travel in a more optimistic light
A return to normal on Travelocity.com, Expedia.com and Orbitz.com
Consumers' opinion after 09/11: a TIA
In April 2001, 6.19% of French Internet users visited an airline company Web site, 4.26% visited a hotel site, 2.75% visited a car rental site and 25.5% visited a TO or an online Travel agency
How does your (French) Internet coverage rate develop
eBookers reinforces its position and maintains its financial targets
68% of American companies would already be affected by the economic slowdown
Who are the Internet users who visit lasminute.com? What is the result of the acquisition of Degriftour.com by lastminute.com in terms of figures
Expedia.com: a million customers per quarter as well as promising results
How do business travellers behave during their stay: a survey by Crowne Plazza
Club Méditerranée French Web site: first results 9 months after the site started its e-commerce activities.
Online travel industry captures $1.2 billion in January 2001, which represents a third of all eCommerce transactions
Filfog: the results still need to be qualified.
Has the Internet become an Eden for Canadian eTourism web sites?
Would online investment openings be closing down for the eTourism sector?
Last results for the fourth quarter of 2000: Expedia way behind travelocity and still no sign of profitability.
Exclusive: visits distribution time on the French TO and online travel agent sites
Delta Air Lines: 270% growth in online revenue in 2000!
Looking glass, looking glass, who in this virtual land is the fairest site
of all ?
Expedia announces financial results that are very similar the ones announced by Travelocity
The 90/20 rule: 90% of online sales accounted for by only 20% of consumers who buy online
$1.8 billion worth of gross travel bookings for Travelocity for the first nine months of 2000
Travelocity and Lastminute have the funds to last to break-even point.
The human touch: the key to converting visitors into buyers
Last minute online bookings: 52% of business travellers and 17% of leisure travellers
Top 5 European eTourism sites per country. Confirmations and surprises
eTourism customers are getting more and more curious ... and more demanding
The number of subscribers to the Cheaptickets.com site has leapt from 1 to 5 million in a year
The European online travel market has really taken off
Complete restructuring of the travel industry. A study conducted by the bank, Bear Stearns, reveals the extent of the damage
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