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217. STR Releases Preliminary Data from 2012 Global Profitability Survey
In China, Tianjin GOPPOR increased by 19.5% year on year in 2011 as RevPAR grew by 18.2%. Tianjin reported increasing rooms department profit (+2.4%) whilst F&B profit declined by 8.8%. In Delhi, India, declining rate and occupancy in 2011 led the city RevPAR to decrease year on year by 14.2% to US$114.53. As a result, room department profit POR declined by US$22.08, leading GOPPOR
218. Amadeus Study explores Corporate Travel in India
Amadeus Study explores Corporate Travel in India. A survey commissioned by Amadeus has revealed that Indian corporations and travel management companies are ready to step up technology adoption to manage the escalating costs and inefficiencies in the booming corporate travel sector, which is an industry now worth US$3 billion. According to the research, there is growing demand for
219. Finnair Asks FFP Members How They Feel About Traveling by Air Again
As Finnair prepares to ramp up its operations, the airline asked customers how they feel about traveling by air again. Over 3,000 Finnair Plus Loyalty program customers, across all tier levels, responded to Finnairs customer survey. Half of the respondents said they were already thinking about leisure trips by air, and almost nine out of ten customers surveyed said they expected t
220. Brazilian Travellers Among Worlds Most Connected
More airline passengers in Brazil carry a smartphone than in other parts of the world. The SITA-ATW Passenger Survey reveals that 85% of passengers in Brazil carry smartphones compared to the global average of 81%. A significantly higher percentage of these passengers use apps from airlines, airports and travel agencies compared with passengers from Europe, Africa and the Middle Ea
221. ASTA Members Report Strange Travel Requests
ASTA Members Report Strange Travel Requests. Travel agents these days receive just as many unusual requests as they do conventional ones. In a recent survey, ASTA members were asked to report the strangest travel requests they had received. Requests range from slightly offbeat to incredibly peculiar; nevertheless they are sincere requests from travelers all across the U.S.
222. TripAdvisor Surveys Female Travellers in Asia
A recent TripAdvisor survey highlights how women across Asia plan their holidays, what factors guide them and the influence they have over decision-making. The findings, launched in conjunction with International Womens Day, are based on responses from over 2,800 female travellers across Asia, including Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, India and Japan.
223. The Worlds Most Expensive Cities for Expats
The Worlds Most Expensive Cities for Expats. Tokyo has knocked Moscow off the top spot of the worlds most expensive cities for expatriates. According to the latest Cost of Living Survey from Mercer, Osaka is in second position, up nine places from last year, whereas Moscow is now in third place.
224. Amadeus Explores What Drives Travellers to Click Buy
In a survey conducted for the report, 56% of travellers said that the total package was most important to them, while only 24% valued the lowest price the most. For example, a new mother travelling with a baby is likely to be very focused on the service experience. However, that same mother travelling alone for business or leisure will have different priorities.

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