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97. 'Open Skies' Generate Jobs and Wealth
'Open Skies' Generate Jobs and Wealth. Liberalised air service agreements (open sky policies) generate multiple economic benefits, including more jobs, more travel and tourism and more opportunities for consumers and carriers, according to a new global study released today by the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) and 11 industry groups.
98. New CWT Research Looks at Mobile Bookings in Corporate Travel Market
Carlson Wagonlit Travel has released Tap into mobile: managed travel in the digital economy, an investigation into the impact of mobile in the managed travel space. The free-to-download study suggests that mobile bookings are set to climb steeply over the next decade and will influence not only the entire traveler experience but will shift how travel managers control their travel p
99. PolyU Study Finds Focus on Accessibility Key to Exhibition Market Development
When choosing whether to attend an exhibition, exhibitors will go almost anywhere there is potential for successful business but visitors prefer destinations with good accessibility and an attractive leisure environment, according to Dr Karin Weber of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and her co-researcher Dr Xin Jin.
100. Latest Travel Trends of Thai Travellers
As many as 89% of Thais said they have traveled overseas for leisure in the past two years, logging in five trips in the period, and spending about THB44,000 per trip, according to the latest Visa Global Travel Intentions Study conducted earlier this year.
101. TripAdvisor Reveals Which Markets Are Most Interested in Malaysia as a Tourist Destination
TripAdvisor has revealed the largest and fastest growing markets showing interest in visiting Malaysian holiday destinations. The study shows that Malaysia continues to be a favourite destination amongst international travellers, particularly long-haul travellers from North America and Europe, and examines those markets in which travellers have shown the largest increase in year-on
102. Record Revenue, Pre-Tax Profits for U.S. Hotel Industry
Record Revenue, Pre-Tax Profits for U.S. Hotel Industry. Pre-tax income for the United States hotel industry in 2007 increased 5.3% to a record $28 billion, according to the recently released 2008 Hotel Operating Statistics (HOST) Study issued by Smith Travel Research (STR). The industry posted an all-time best $139.4 billion in revenue in 2007-which is over $6 billion more than it
103. New Research Finds Rate Parity Still Biggest Dilemma for Hoteliers
According to a new study by Ecole HŰteliŤre de Lausanne (Switzerland) and RateTiger, rate parity is the dominant factor affecting hotelsí distribution and revenue strategies today, and has resulted in hotels neglecting the fundamentals of revenue management but has also opened their eyes to alternative distribution techniques.
104. Which Markets Are Most Interested in Thailand as a Tourism Destination?
TripAdvisor has revealed which are the largest and fastest growing markets showing interest in visiting holiday destinations in Thailand. The study examines those markets in which travelers have shown the largest increase in year-on-year interest in Thai properties. Despite the current political climate in Thailand, Thai properties on TripAdvisor have experienced a large uptake in

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