While the old school travel industry still dominates in stock market valuations, there’s no doubt that Airbnb has caused disruption.
Even after the devastating pandemic, travel stocks are still a powerful option.
This week, Airbnb is above the $100 billion threshold. It puts it ahead of Booking Holdings and second behind Boeing when it comes to travel company valuations. The rapid rise to (almost!) the top of the vacation rental company , which went public in late 2013 has seen its share price more than double.
These 15 top travel firms come from a variety of industries, including airlines, hotels, cruise lines, and online agencies or OTAs.
These companies’ combined value, compiled from data from S&P Capital IQ, was nearly $760 billion as of Sept. 17th. Notable — The CEOs from six companies mentioned above will speak at SkiftGlobal Forum September 21-23, in New York City.
|Company||Tourism Sector||Capacity Market|
|Boeing Co.||Aircraft manufacturer||$124.8B|
|Airbnb||Rentals for Vacation||$105.8B|
|Airbus||Manufacturer of Aircraft||$88.3B|
|Oriental||Theme parks and resorts||$51B|
|Las Vegas Sands||Casino Resorts||$28.7B|
|Amadeus IT||Travel Tech||$27.3B|
|Delta Air Lines||Airlines||$25.8B|
|Galaxy Entertainment||Casino Resorts||$22.4B|
Publited Fri, 17 Sep 2021 at 19:39.23 (+0000).