This week, a top index member, Virgin Galactic, grabbed headlines and not for reasons any company would desire.
It looks like the investment landscape is (finally) shifting towards substantial, engineering-led innovation.
The tables have turned. Mobility-Tech is taking over Travel-Tech in our TNMT Market Index driven by investor confidence around three key trends.
Maybe it's fair to admit that easing airport lines and refining baggage claims is less of a priority than solving the energy transition.
There is one specific type of OTAs driving momentum of the TNMT Market Index in July. Find out who they are.
More optimistic sentiment around autonomous driving is pushing the stock prices of ride-hailing companies to higher levels.
This is the introduction to our latest research series—The Great Inversion. It’s our core industry thesis decoding the future of Travel and Mobility.
The Phocuswright Conference 2023 discussed the most current trends shaping our industry. Here are the highlights.
In 2023 thus far, air taxi startups have seen some positive developments, which have reignited investor interest in Advanced Air Mobility (AAM).
We identified three airport startups trying to address the shortcomings of airport apps. They include Airsiders, Inflyter, and SkipQ.
Luxury brands like Louis Vuitton are expanding into the restaurant space to strengthen their brands. Airlines should pay close attention.
ChatGPT has officially replaced NFTs (and the metaverse) as the tech trend du jour. What are the implications for the travel industry?
We have read all major trend reports that speculate about the future of travel. Here’s our selection of the 10 (+1) most inspiring pieces worth your time.
How did the TNMT Market Index perform in November? Let’s review the past four weeks, incl. news of Bird fabricating its revenue figures.
How did the TNMT Market Index perform in October? Let's take a look at the 40 most relevant Travel and Mobility Tech companies.
The average CO2 output of private business jets is about 10 times higher than a regular Airbus or Boeing commercial aircraft.
How did the TNMT Market Index perform in September? Let's take a look at the 40 most relevant Travel and Mobility Tech companies.
We decoded the hype cycle of a hydrogen-powered aircraft future by turning to Wikipedia and analyzing editing activity.
Wikipedia turns out to make a very interesting trend indicator. Aviation biofuel aka sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is a good example for this.
Are shared e-scooters and e-bikes good or bad for the environment? A new study provides insights into real-world substitution effects.
Across the unique transport categories of airlines, air taxis, and urban mobility, we identified the most discussed companies in 2021.
One of the most interesting trends in our sector this year is the merging of travel and mobility with financial services.
We took a deeper look at return-to-office ratios in different cities of this world by analyzing Google Mobility data.
Some thoughts on new potential growth bets that might become “the next big thing” in Travel and Mobility Tech.
People crave to travel again: 44% of travelers plan to treat themselves and splurge on travel, lodging, and vacation this summer.
As flight demand is expected to pick up again, airport infrastructure might soon face a serious capacity crunch.
How much has shared mobility suffered throughout the pandemic? Asking people to share rides with strangers may seem like a thing of the past.
How China is helping the elderly generation leap over the digital divide by mandating the largest tech providers to adapt their mobile apps.
The data chart of the week comes from Eurocontrol who calculated that half of CO2 emissions in 2020 came from just 6% of flights: the long-haul ones.
The European Patent Office recently published a new patent application by German air taxi startup Volocopter protecting a new aerial vehicle design.
SPACs are on the hunt for hot targets in technology sectors, fuelling the recent investor hype in air taxi startups.
Virtual events startup Wonder is challenging the need for business travel by mimicking face-to-face networking moments.
Software is eating the world and business travel is no exception. Some thoughts and figures about the multifaceted and tough return for business travel.
Some practical advice: our favorite products and gadgets for the perfect work-from-home setup. Thoroughly researched and tested.
Video calls are just one segment in a rapidly expanding ecosystem of “virtual substitutes” that continue to replace physical interactions.
Research study finds out: the more people are tweeting negatively about an airline's service, the worse the carrier’s profit forecasts.
The travel industry in 2019 was characterized by the rapidly expanding greener-travel hype. But interest disappeared since the pandemic started.
Our newsletter's growing bounce rate mirrors the dramatic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the workforce in our sector.
The aid of technology has helped China to better prevent, detect, and treat the coronavirus. What can the West learn and apply?
Comparing air travel capacity across the United States, Europe, and Asia during Covid-19 times indicates China is on a path to recovery.
The novel coronavirus has the travel industry plummeting to the worst downturn since 9/11 – if not worse. But new opportunities emerge.
Millions of people have been working remotely from home, replacing face-to-face business meetings with video technology. Will this trend last?
Since getting from A to B is a daily need for all humans, several travel and mobility mobile apps have the potential to become the next Super App.
The internet is full of travel inspiration sites. But a team of five young entrepreneurs from Germany is truly reinventing the travel content game.
Taking a plane from A to B is only one component of the entire door-to-door travel experience. How airlines need to adapt and innovate to stay relevant.