Web scraping in travel industry

Iveta Vistorskyte

Aug 18, 2021 1 min read

Looking back to 2015, the travel industry ranked as the sector most targeted by web scraping. At that time, this sector was mainly considered a growing risk for businesses, as it caused a loss of business and revenue by driving traffic away from the main site.

However, as time has gone by, the perception of web scraping as a risk has somewhat waned. More and more companies such as trivago in the travel industry have understood its importance.

This white paper explores how the travel industry can take advantage of public data scraping and advises how travel companies can deal with the challenges of web data extraction.

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What can you expect from this white paper? 

In this white paper, you’ll find out: 

  • The changing perception of web scraping in the travel industry;
  • How does the travel industry take advantage of public data scraping;
  • What are the main challenges of collecting public data;
  • How to solve these challenges.

Download our free white paper and get all the information on how you can benefit from web scraping in the travel industry and deal with challenges when gathering the required public data.


About Iveta Vistorskyte

Iveta Vistorskyte is a Content Manager at Oxylabs. Growing up as a writer and a challenge seeker, she decided to welcome herself to the tech-side, and instantly became interested in this field. When she is not at work, you'll probably find her just chillin' while listening to her favorite music or playing board games with friends.

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