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- 1. IPK Shares Latest Travel Trends with Results from World Travel Monitor
Despite a number of Black Swan events in many parts of the world such as trouble in some parts of the Middle East, the tsunami in Japan, flooding in Thailand and ongoing bank or national debt crises, the recovery in consumer travel demand that began in 2010 also continued in 2011. The preliminary results of the World Travel Monitor from IPK International show a 5% rise in global ou
- 2. D.K. Shifflet & Associates and IPK International enter into cooperative sales agreement
D.K. Shifflet & Associates and IPK International enter into cooperative sales agreement.
- 3. Economic Slump Derails America’s Tourism Boom
Economic Slump Derails America’s Tourism Boom. IPK International is forecasting that US outbound travel will be hit harder in 2009 than inbound travel. IPK will release extensive details on America’s inbound and outbound travel performance during the ITB Future Day, March 11, at ITB Berlin.
- 4. ITB and IPK Investigate Europeans’ Preferred Types of Accommodation
Travellers from Germany are more modest in their choice of hotel than holidaymakers from the UK or Russia and prefer middle-class accommodation. The proportion of Germans who stay in luxury hotels has even declined and currently stands at 13%. These are the interesting results of a special evaluation of the World Travel Monitor on the European travellers’ preferred types of accommo
- 5. Emerging Asian Markets Continue to Lead World Tourism Growth
Emerging Asian Markets Continue to Lead World Tourism Growth. The forecasts, based on the Asian Travel Monitor, part of IPK International’s World Travel Monitor – as well as on interim inbound arrivals data gathered by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the European Travel Commission (ETC) – show that Asia Pacific continues to be the fastest growing inbound and outbound tou
- 6. Good Prospects for Europe’s Travel Industry
Good Prospects for Europe’s Travel Industry. According to figures from UNWTO, international arrivals in Europe this year will rise by 1 to 3%, while IPK International predicts a 1 to 2% increase in travel within Europe. Short-distance travel in Europe stagnated, whereas long-haul trips undertaken by Europeans grew by 5%. The cruise market continued to boom. Both sea and river cruis
- 7. Brazil Continues to Drive Growth in the Americas
In terms of outbound travel South Americans are ahead of everyone else in the Americas. In 2012, they undertook 12% more trips abroad than last year, marking a new record. The country clearly driving growth is Brazil. This is one of the findings of the ITB World Travel Trends Report, compiled by IPK International and commissioned by ITB Berlin. Outbound travel from the US this year
- 8. Travellers Increasingly in Favour of Cars and Trains
Travellers Increasingly in Favour of Cars and Trains. Holidaymakers are increasingly favouring car and train travel - this is one of the findings of the ITB World Travel Trends Report, conducted by the consultants IPK International and commissioned by the ITB Berlin. In Europe, between January and August 2008, holiday trips by car and train increased by 5% compared with the same pe
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