The total number of online travel agency (OTA) users in China reached 145.6 million in June 2019, according to data from Fastdata. Tier-2 cities in total saw the most number of OTA users (56.68 million) in June 2019, followed by tier-3 group and tier-1. Related Dossier: China Online Travel Lower-tier cities experienced faster growth in […]
The transactions of China online accommodation market totaled 37.202 billion yuan in Q1 2017 with an increase of 43.24% YoY according to data from Analysis.
eLong, Home Inns, and Booking lead China’s mobile hotel booking apps market in March 2017. eLong and Home Inns both recorded over one million monthly active users. Airbnb also ranks the sixth with 126% growth YoY.
China mobile internet monthly active users (MAUs) grew by 1% as of 31 March 2016, according to the data from QuestMobile.
China’s online accommodation booking market reached 24.983 billion yuan (US$3.89 billion) representing a QoQ growth of 27.98% and YoY growth of 82.16% in the third quarter of 2015 according to Analysys.
In Q2 2015, China’s online accommodations booking market reached 19.52 billion yuan (US$3.09 billion), with an increase of 15.9% QoQ and 63.5% YoY.
Ctrip announced its investment in eLong last Friday through acquiring eLong shares from certain selling shareholders, including Expedia together with several other investors. Ctrip acquired a 37.6% equity stake in eLong for a total purchase price of approximately $400 million.
The total transactions of China online travel market reached 94.76 billion yuan (USD 15.28 billion) in Q1 2015, an increase of 51.3% YoY or 9.4% QoQ.
eLong’s hotel room nights stayed in the fourth quarter of 2014 increased 27% to 9.4 million room nights compared to 7.4 million in Q4 2013 according to eLong unaudited financial results.
Sootoo.com estimated that the total transaction value of China online travel market would be RMB76.92 billion (US$12.52 billion) with increase of 35.2% YoY and 5.9% QoQ in Q4 2014. China’s core online travel enterprises are making attractive promotions to compete for the market share which stimulates people’s travel needs.
In Q3 2014, total transaction value of China online travel market exceeded RMB72.64 billion ($11.87 billion) with increase of 15.2% quarter on quarter and 20% year on year.
eLong revenue by product for Q3 2014 was 323.5 million yuan, an increase of 100% QoQ and 2% YoY according to its unaudited financial results. Hotel room nights stayed in the third quarter increased 22% to 9.4 million room nights compared to 7.7 million in the prior year period. Hotel commission revenue for the third quarter […]
Qunar’s mobile app exceeded 8 million MAUs in August 2014 in China according to EnfoDesk, remaining the most popular mobile online travel app, followed by that of Ctrip, LY, eLong, Daodao and Taobao Trip.
China’s traveling industry is booming these years. With various choices of travel companies, Chinese people are more enthusiastic about traveling ever than before. Among all online travel companies in China, Qunar.com, Ctrip, eLong and LY.com are the most popular ones by total number of reached users nowadays.
Hotel room nights stayed in the second quarter, booked via eLong, increased 44% to 8.3 million room nights compared to 5.8 million in the prior year period according to eLong announced unaudited financial results.