Douglas Quinby

Uncertainty abounds, but U.S. traveler demographics and consumer finance trends suggest the recovery – when it happens – will be faster than we think.
It’s that time on the calendar when we all look back at the big stories that shaped our year and contemplate what will define the year ahead.
In another sign of travel’s troubled times, the online travel agency closes its once sizable, legacy offline business in Hawaii and Orlando.
7 big takeaways from the Arival Town Hall on Airbnb Experiences
With more than 100 sessions packed into four days of content at Arival 360, we know our attendees couldn’t catch everything. So here are five super important (and short) sessions you definitely don’t want to have missed.
Just how big is Airbnb Experiences? Here are a few key metrics from Arival’s new report Inside Airbnb Experiences.
How Israel’s national parks system got online in a matter of weeks to reopen this summer.
The struggling Experiences unit, all but ignored in Airbnb’s IPO documentation, has already transformed tours and activities more than most in the sector would admit. And it may play an even bigger role as the Airbnb story unfolds.
As the pandemic put the brakes on international and long-haul travel, backyard and domestic adventures have come to define tours, activities, and attractions in 2020.
As travel and experiences shifted to local, outdoor and small-group experiences, online travel agencies, long the fastest-growing channel in our industry, have lost market share.