People may not be traveling internationally these days, and they may not be traveling for business, but they are traveling to take a break.
Airbnb?s Enhanced Cleaning Initiative continues to evolve and expand as our community adapts to a new world of travel and health precautions.
Data expert Anita Roth shares insights into new guests who have used Airbnb to book nearby getaways for the first time this spring and summer:
We are extending the option for our employees to work remotely through the end of August 2021, even if their home office has reopened.
Airbnb’s enhanced cleaning protocol—the first overarching standardized guidelines for cleaning and sanitization in the home sharing industry—is now available to support hosts and governments in advance of reopening communities for travel.
Airbnb’s mission is to create a world where anyone can belong anywhere. Discrimination and bias directly contravene our mission. While we have taken a number of steps over the last five years to address discrimination in our community and further diversify our company and community, we have yet to meet the high standards we set for ourselves.
Airbnb is launching Project Lighthouse, a groundbreaking effort by a consumer tech company to collect the data needed to measure and evaluate discrimination on its platform in the US so it can take additional action against it.
We're announcing the launch of Online Experiences, a new way for people to connect, travel virtually, and earn income during the COVID-19 crisis.
We're working with 1199SEIU and the State of New York to house first responders on the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis.
Airbnb hosts offered listings in 160 countries and regions, with thousands of hosts in Paris, New York City, and London offering Frontline stays for those fighting the spread of COVID-19.