He continued saying that Airbnb getting into flights doesn’t worry him any more than Hotels.com getting into flights by adding a flight tab. But he had some free advice available for Airbnb: the company should focus less about experiences and more about their consumer fee. In his view, Airbnb’s problem is its two-sided marketplace where they are charging the content provider and the consumer. They are basically charging a search fee, which he thinks is going to be competed away. What's more, as the majority of Airbnb content is professionally managed, Hafner sees most of that content finding its way onto other demand sources like Booking.com and Expedia. Get the full story at Tnooz