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- 1. Holiday Plans and Travel Trends Mirror Social Divisions
Holiday Plans and Travel Trends Mirror Social Divisions. Holiday plans and travel trends are increasingly mirroring the social divisions between rich and poor. According to ITB Berlin – the travel industry’s largest trade show – the fallout from the global economic and financial crisis will tend to favour the growth of niche markets, in particular segments such as luxury travel, on
- 2. ITB World Travel Trends Report: Air Fares to Increase
ITB World Travel Trends Report: Air Fares to Increase. Despite the worldwide recession the ITB World Travel Trends Report expects commercial aviation to grow dynamically over the next two decades. The Chinese market is predicted to expand annually by around 8.4%, followed by the Asia Pacific region (6.9%) and South America (estimated at 6.4%). The European market is forecast to gro
- 3. Findings of the World Travel Trends Report 2008
Findings of the World Travel Trends Report 2008. The World Travel Trends Report 2008, reveals that 2007 saw a continuation of the upward trend for the fourth year in a row, with a worldwide increase of 6% in the total volume of outbound travel. The report also showed the significant changes taking place on the worldwide travel market.
- 4. Mantra Group Reveals Top Summer Travel Trends
Australian hotel operator, Mantra, has revealed in its annual review of summer travel trends across the group's 110 Peppers, Mantra and BreakFree hotels and resorts across Australia that the Gold Coast was the most popular destination to holiday this summer with relaxation and family time being the top reasons of choice.
- 5. ITB World Travel Trends Update
ITB World Travel Trends Update. Internet bookings will surge. Demand for online virtual meetings will gather pace. Domestic travel will stay stable or grow, as will demand for low cost flights. Destinations adjacent to big travel markets will do not so bad. Long haul travel will fall sharply. And the most pain will be felt in the business travel and MICE sectors.
- 6. ITB World Travel Trends looks at Luxury Travel
ITB World Travel Trends looks at Luxury Travel. The number of trips in the medium-priced travel category (750 to 2,500 euros per trip) fell by 9%, representing 33% of trips overall, with spending in this segment accounting for 47% of the market. The number of trips undertaken by holidaymakers who spent a maximum of 750 euros fell by 4%, still 62% of the overall travel market. Howev
- 7. Results from ITB World Travel Trends Report 2010
Results from ITB World Travel Trends Report 2010. The survey goes on to predict that people in the USA will not be travelling abroad in the same numbers this year as they did last year. In September 2009, of those questioned, 65% stated that their travel plans were influenced by the economic situation, compared with 58% in January 2010. Unlike the Europeans, in North America there
- 8. GBTA to Unveil Key Insights into Asian Corporate Travel Trends at ITB Asia 2013
Key new insights into Asian corporate travel trends will be revealed at a special one-day business travel forum during ITB Asia 2013, hosted by the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) and Messe Berlin. ITB Asia 2013 will be held in Singapore from 23-25 October.
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