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49. 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
50. Hogg Robinson Releases Results of Latest Hotel Survey
According to findings from the latest Hotel Survey from Hogg Robinson Group, greater control over corporate hotel programmes in an increasingly complex and fragmented market will be crucial for clients looking to secure the best possible room rates this year. Average Room Rate (ARR) increases continue to be driven by megacity growth as regional and national trends diminish, repla
51. Travel To and From Europe to Contract Slightly in 2009
Travel To and From Europe to Contract Slightly in 2009. These are the initial findings and predictions from the ITB World Travel Trends Report 2009, which will be presented during the worlds leading annual travel show, ITB Berlin, on 11 March during the Future Day of the ITB Convention, and will be published before the end of the same month.
52. 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
53. Asia Remains Driving Force Behind Global Tourism
Asia continues to be the driving force in global tourism. According to the latest ITB World Travel Trends Report, this year the number of outbound trips from Asia rose by 7%, due in part to rising wages. The most frequent travellers came from China and Japan, both countries reporting double-digit growth in outbound travel.
54. Frankfurt Passengers Worlds Highest Users of Mobile Boarding Passes
According to a global survey from SITA, passengers at Frankfurt Airport, one of Europes busiest hubs, are the worlds highest users of online check-in and mobile boarding passes. The SITA/Air Transport World Passenger IT Trends Survey shows that two-thirds of passengers at Frankfurt Airport regularly check-in online at home or in the office, and nearly one-fifth of the airports 5
55. venue cymru Llandudno Completes Multi-Million Pound Renovation - What's Next?
The venue cymru in Llandudno, North Wales, recently completed phase one of a multi-million GBP renovation and expansion project. In this exclusive interview you will learn what type of events venue cymru can now handle, what trends they are seeing, how the international expansion of airports such as Liverpool, Manchester and Cardiff has helped the business, and whether there is sti
56. UNWTO Future Vision: Tourism Towards 2030
UNWTO Future Vision: Tourism Towards 2030. The UNWTO is launching a new long-term research programme UNWTO Future Vision: Tourism Towards 2030. The study will forecast international tourism growth through the year 2030 and identify key actual and future trends and their impact on tourism development. It will combine industry data with the views of UNWTO members, tourism practitione

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