Skift Take has reported a solid third quarter and sees no signs of a slowdown any time soon. But not keen to put all its eggs in one basket (China), the online travel company has also sets its sights on global expansion.

In a significant rebound fueled by heightened summer travel demand, China's Group posted a net revenue of RMB 13.7 billion ($1.9 billion) in the third quarter, marking a 99% increase over 2022 and 31% increase from 2019 levels.

During an earnings call on Tuesday, CEO and Director of Group, Jane Sun, revealed that while the overall Chinese outbound market only recovered to about 50% of pre-pandemic levels in the third quarter, the group's outbound hotel and air ticket reservations have already surged to 80% of 2019 levels.

Hotel bookings experienced a 97% year-over-year increase, while air bookings saw a 70% uptick, according to Sun. Domestic hotel reservations showed robust growth, surpassing 90% year-over-year and 70% compared to 2019.

Accommodation reservation revenue for the third quarter was RMB 5.6 billion ($780 million), representing a 92% increase year-over-year, 36% higher than the 2019 level.