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9. Positive Outlook for ATR despite Softening Market Trends
Positive Outlook for ATR despite Softening Market Trends. On Monday, the first day of the Farnborough Airshow, Stphane Mayer, ATR CEO, provided an update on 2008 activities and outlined the goals of the turboprop manufacturer for the remainder of the year. Despite the softening market trends affecting the commercial aviation in the first half of the year, ATR expects to reach the
10. 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.
11. Leading Strategists to Convene in Guilin for Tourism Trends and Research Conference
Leading Strategists to Convene in Guilin for Tourism Trends and Research Conference. Leading tourism researchers, business strategists and market planners from North America, the Middle East, Europe and across Asia Pacific have confirmed their attendance to the first-ever UNWTO-PATA Tourism Trends and Research Conference in Guilin, China (PRC) this week from June 29-30.
12. TripAdvisor Study Forecasts Key Travel Trends for 2016; Australians to Spend Most
TripAdvisor has unveiled the results of its latest TripBarometer study, forecasting key travel trends for 2016. Australians are set to spend the most globally in 2016 with an average travel budget of US$10,900, followed by the Swiss (US$10,100) and the Americans (US$8,400). Asian travellers are more conservative in comparison, with Japan ranking the highest with an average travel b
13. Customization - One of Five Major Trends Impacting Travel Programs
Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT)s latest report - Faster, smarter, better? - tackles the five key trends that are transforming the world of business travel: customization; mobile technology; the sharing economy; new booking methods; and new payment solutions. The report, which was created following a survey of over 127 travel managers and 1,080 travelers, shows that business traveler
14. Emerging Travel Trends in Asia Pacific - Interview with Sabre
Emerging travel trends in Asia Pacific - interview with Sabre. There is talk of pent up demand for travel, green shoots of recovery, of vaccines, of travel corridors being opened, and airlines gradually starting to resume operations. But is all that just the industry being optimistic, or are people really ready to travel again? To answer that question, and many, many more, Steven H
15. Travel Trends for the London 2012 Olympics
Amadeus and Forward Data SL, a market research and consulting company, have unveiled a range of travel data trends, based on actual global air reservations, which details the impact of the London 2012 Olympics. With approximately 150 days to go before the Games, the findings reveal that travel volumes into London will significantly increase during the Games-time period. Importantly
16. Consumer Behaviours Driving Opportunities for Hotels in 2017
A study released today by Sabre, in collaboration with TrendWatching, explores a series of quirky behavioural trends emerging amongst Asia Pacific consumers which will present new opportunities for hotels in 2017. These three trends are: Betterment, a growing consumer desire for self-improvement; Local Love, taking pride in locality and embracing local products and services;

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