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65. HotelBenchmark launches Country Survey for India
HotelBenchmark launches Country Survey for India.
66. Mexican Passengers Using Mobile Technology to Improve Travel Experience
Air passengers in Mexico are increasingly using smartphones and mobile technology to enhance their travel experience, according to a new survey from air transport IT specialist, SITA. The 2014 SITA/Air Transport World Passenger Survey reports that 89% of Mexican passengers carry a smartphone with them with they travelcompared to the global average of 81%and they are looking for w
67. Airport IT Investment Set to Reach US$6 Billion
According to the 2013 SITA/ACI/Airline Business Airport IT Trends Survey released on Tuesday, the worlds airports are increasing their investment in information technology (IT) to approximately US$6 billion in 2013. Despite economic challenges in some regions, the survey shows that airports are confident about the future. Approximately 90% of airports expect their IT spending to e
68. Room Growth in Russian Use of Online Booking and Self Service Check-In
Room Growth in Russian Use of Online Booking and Self Service Check-In. The survey found that 45% of Moscow travellers have experience of using online booking at some point. However, on the day of the survey, only 15% had booked their flight online, out of the 33% who knew that it was available. This means that among passengers who knew that online booking was available, less than
69. US, UK and Japan Named Top Travel Destinations in New Survey
The United States, United Kingdom and Japan have been voted the top global travel destinations among 11,620 respondents from 23 countries and territories around the world, according to the Visa Global Travel Intentions Survey 2011. 20% of respondents surveyed said they are likely to travel to the United States for leisure in the next two years. The United Kingdom followed closely b
70. 98% of Travel Industry to Maintain or Increase Social Media Spending
98% of Travel Industry to Maintain or Increase Social Media Spending. An ITB Asia survey has revealed that 98% of travel industry respondents said they would increase or maintain travel industry marketing spend in 2011. Some 56% said they would increase; 42% said they would maintain budget levels. The findings were based on a survey of 212 travel industry professionals, most of who
71. Survey Reveals LGBT Hotel Guests Spend More
According to a survey by Community Marketing Inc., a partner of ITB Berlin, US Gay and lesbian hotel guests spend an average 57% more on their travels than their heterosexual counterparts. Rika Jean-Francois, ITB Berlins CSR officer and member of the board of the International Gay & Travel Association (IGLTA) presented the findings at the ITB Berlin Convention and at the recently
72. US, UK and Japan Named Top Travel Destinations in Visa Global Travel Intentions Survey 2011
The United States, United Kingdom and Japan have been voted the top global travel destinations among 11,620 respondents from 23 countries and territories around the world, according to the Visa Global Travel Intentions Survey 2011. One in five (20%) respondents surveyed said they are likely to travel to the United States for leisure in the next two years. The United Kingdom followe

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