Online Travel Landscape

Airport Transfers (what we do here at Mozio) are particularly well placed: we touch almost all parts of the online travel industry, including OTAs, metasearch, hotel booking engines, merchandising platforms, airport parking, property management systems/hotel booking tools, cruiselines, multimodal search engines, traditional travel agencies and many more.

We were using a less refined version of this chart internally to figure out who Mozio, a supplier for airport and port transfers, could partner with, and thought it was ridiculous that one didn't already exist. Enjoy!

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Breakdown of the Online Travel Landscape

Includes details of online travel booking, including the Online Travel Agencies (Expedia, Orbitz, Travelocity, Priceline, CheapOAir), Metasearch engines (Kayak, Trivago, Room 77, TripAdvisor, SkyScanner), Hotel Booking Engines (,, HotelsTonight, FlipKey), Peer-to-peer Rental (Airbnb, Sidecar, Lyft), Tours and Activities (Viator, GetYourGuide), Car Rentals (CarTrawler, SilverCar, FlightCar, and Ground Transportation (Mozio, Deem, Groundlink, Uber).

Also provides in-depth analysis of the various ancillary revenue and merchandising frameworks such as iSeatz, Datalex, Farelogix and OpenJaw.

There is a breakdown of current travel inspiration startups (Gogobot, Trippy), and Travel Media (Phocuswright, Smarter Travel Media, Northstar Travel Media).

The hotel distribution channels are covered as well, with details about hotel channel management companies (Siteminder, ChannelRush, EZYield, TravelClick) and property management systems (GuestCentric, Dashbell, FastBooking) getting in-depth coverage.

We provide details of smaller travel markets like Travel Insurance (Allianz, Travel Guard, Travelex) and Airport Parking (Park N Fly, Wally Park, The Parking Spot, Airport Parking Reservations).

Traditional Travel Agencies and large corporate travel firms like Concur, American Express Travel, Carlson Wagonlit, BCD Travel, Ovation, Sabre and HRG are all included.

Cruise websites like Vacations To Go, CruiseCritic, and World Travel Holdings get coverage, as well as new multimodal options like Waymate, GoEuro and Rome2Rio.

We also delve into the backend GDS (Global Distribution Systems) like Amadeus, Travelport, Sabre, ITA Software, and SilverRail), which are the way many top travel sites get ahold of flight and rail data.

Finally, we cover some of the recent travel planning and itinerary apps like TripIt and GateGuru.

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