According to CTCNN, a Chinese travel industry finance media, it monitored 5 main online travel agencies’ tourist sites tickets booking market in November 2013. 17u ranked the top with 5,016 tickets sold out online. Followed by Yikuaiqu, Ctrip, Lvmama and Tuniu. Except for 17u, the other four OTA experienced growth in November. 17u dropped 1% monthly, […]
According to iResearch, China online travel market reached 58.56 billion yuan (USD 9.54 billion) in Q3 2013, 17.1% more than that of 2012. China OTA total revenue reached 3.01 billion yuan (USD 490.33 million), with a YoY increase of 12.9%.
China third-party online hotel booking market reached 1.47 billion yuan (USD 239.8 million), with a 14.8% QoQ increase and a 26.7% YoY increase, according to EnfoDesk, .
According to CTCNN, a Chinese travel industry finance media, the top 10 travel apps in September 2013 were Qunar, Ctrip, Huoli, Elong, Mafengwo, Best Tone, Tianqu, Top Trip, 17u and KingwayStudio. Qunar ranked the top in the list, with 52.88 million download times; followed by Ctrip with 41.04 million download times. The download times of the […]
According to CTCNN, a Chinese travel industry finance media, the top five air tickets booking travel websites in September 2013 were Qunar, Ctrip, Mangocity, Kuxun and Elong. Except Mangocity, user coverage of the other top 4 sites all dropped in September in comparison with August. Mangocity had a dramatic growth in air tickets booking, with a […]
According to CTCNN, a Chinese travel industry finance media, China online travel travel agency ranking top 10 in August 2013 were Ctrip, Tuniu, 17u, Elong, Lvmama, Mangocity, Uzai, Tieyou, Tempus and Mipang.
Ctrip, the largest online travel agency in China, has begun cooperation with its old rival Qunar which is the Chinese leading travel search engine on vacation packages recently after a long time price war and war of words. Besides, it is said Ctrip and Qunar will further cooperate on air tickets and hotel booking. The […]
In Q2, China online travel OTA market share was quite stable with Ctrip, Elong and 17u staying as the top three players. Ctrip topped with 48% share, followed by Elong with 9.1%, 17u with 6.5%. Ctrip, 17u, 118114, Mangocity had advantages in air tickets booking market; Ctrip, Elong, 17u, 118114 occupied large percent of hotel […]
According to AdChina research, Ctrip and Qunar are the top online hotel and air ticket booking websites. Over 50% business travelers made online bookings on Ctrip and Qunar. Generally speaking, business travelers who travel more than 4 times tend to choose online bookings.
Compared with the online ticket and online hotel booking, online travel market is the niche field with the lowest rate of penetration but the fastest growth rate. The online vacation booking maintains steady growth every year.
The data provided by iResearch shows that China online travel market in the first quarter of 2013 kept a relatively high rate of year-on-year growth. And the total transaction sie had reached 45.27 billion yuan (about USD 7.4 billion).
According to Enfodesk, the two main online third-party travel agencies, Ctrip and eLong together accounted for approximately 61.6% of the market share in 2012, up from 55.4% in 2011.
Ctrip remained the leader in China’s online travel booking market in the second quarter with 41.8% market share by revenue according to Analysis International’s latest report. iResearch’s Q1 data indicate the same amount of market share owned by Ctrip. eLong has shown strongest growth from 7.4% in Q1 to 13.2% in Q2.
go.qq.com, part of Tencent, is the most visited online travel website in May 2012 according to Hitwise data; it’s not surprising considering the mass online community Tencent owns.
Total online travel market revenue reached 440 billion yuan (USD 70bln) in the first quarter of 2012 in China, 78% of which went to air tickets booking and 13.8% to hotel booking. The total estimated revenue of China OTAs in Q1 was about 23%, down 0.5% from the previous quarter but up 20.4% on YoY […]