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- 1. Sabre Reveals Consumer Trends to Shape Guest Expectations in 2019 and Beyond
Sabre today released a study in partnership with TrendWatching which reveals the top consumer trends that could shape the hospitality industry in 2019 and beyond. While time-pressed travellers may wish to avoid other people during their stay, others will welcome companionship – even in virtual form. Travelers deeply accustomed to digital assistants, chatbots and more will look to t
- 2. Euromonitor launches 2008 WTM Global Trends Report
Euromonitor launches 2008 WTM Global Trends Report. The 2008 WTM Global Trends report was launched at the World Travel Market 2008 this week, at the height of the biggest financial turmoil the travel industry has faced for some time. The report by global intelligence firm Euromonitor International highlights key trends in the travel and tourism industry worldwide. These seven trend
- 3. ITB Hospitality Day to explore Travel Habits and Trends
ITB Hospitality Day to explore Travel Habits and Trends. Travel habits are changing all over the globe, regularly presenting the hotel industry with new challenges. In order to compete the trade must react swiftly to current trends. The third ITB Hospitality Day on 6 March will be highlighting the challenges and how the current trends have been taking shape.
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- 5. 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
- 6. 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
- 7. ITB World Travel Trends Report Predicts 6.1% Growth in 2016
The ITB World Travel Trends Report is predicting growth of 6.1% in 2016. Asia Pacific remains a leading growth market for world travel with a 5% rise in outbound trips so far this year despite the slowdown in the Chinese economy. Even stronger growth of 6.1% can be expected next year, according to the ITB World Travel Trends Report, which is produced by tourism consultancy IPK Inte
- 8. BCD Travel releases White Paper on Current trends in Travel Distribution
BCD Travel releases White Paper on Current trends in Travel Distribution. The full-content agreements signed in 2006 between airlines and global distribution systems (GDS) are at best a stop-gap measure for corporations seeking efficient access to airfare inventory, according to a white paper on current trends in travel distribution released Friday by BCD Travel.
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