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177. Low Cost Airlines increase Share of Business Travel Market
Low Cost Airlines increase Share of Business Travel Market. Fares for budget airlines grew by 10% in the last year and now account for one in eight business travel bookings, according to a recent survey by international corporate services company Hogg Robinson Group.
178. ITB Asia a Leading Marketplace for The Asian Travel Trade
ITB Asia a Leading Marketplace for The Asian Travel Trade. Over 6,100 attendees including 553 invited buyers attended ITB Asia 2009. Exactly 84% told the survey company that they had a good overall impression of ITB Asia. Over 90% said they would recommend it to industry colleagues. Slightly more than 85% said they would visit ITB Asia 2010, which takes place 20-22 October in Singa
179. Asia Pacific Business Travel Volumes Up More Than 60% in H1 2012
According to the survey, the average number of trips taken by Asia Pacific executives increased by 67% in the first half of the year, with ten trips reported in the first half of 2012 versus six trips over the same period last year. Mainland Chinese executives posted the highest increase in volume, with the average Chinese business traveller going on 17 trips in the first half vers
180. Mumbai Passengers Express Interest in Mobile Travel Services
Passengers at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai have expressed strong interest in accessing and purchasing travel services using their mobiles, according to a recent global survey from SITA. However, first generation mobile travel services are not yet appealing enough for passengers to use them regularly, reports the SITA/Air Transport World Passenger IT Trends Su
181. Chinese Hotel Industry needs Olympic Boost
Chinese Hotel Industry needs Olympic Boost. The Chinese hotel industry has experienced nationwide declines in RevPAR (room yield) through the first six months of 2008, according to STR Global's monthly survey of 528 internationally branded Chinese hotel properties. Several major markets have experienced occupancy declines as new hotel openings have stretched demand. With the world
182. China Retains Top Spot as Most Frequently Visited Destination for Business Travel in Latest Mast
China Retains Top Spot as Most Frequently Visited Destination for Business Travel in Latest MasterIndex of Travel Survey.
183. Vancouver Still the Worlds Most Liveable City
Vancouver Still the Worlds Most Liveable City. The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has once again named Vancouver as the world's most liveable city. The organization's Global Liveability Rankings survey reviewed 140 cities around the world on over 30 indicators grouped in to five categories: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure.
184. RevPAR to Recover Mid-2010?
RevPAR to Recover Mid-2010?. More than 50% of attendees who participated in a survey at STRs inaugural Hotel Data Conference presented by Magnuson Hotels on 4-5 August believe the industrys RevPAR will not start to recover until at least the second half of 2010 or after.

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