Topic: Travel Industry Research
The Japan National Tourism Organization has announced that more than 30 million overseas travelers visited Japan in 2018, an all-time record and an 8.7 percent increase over 2017 (the previous record year). More here.
The Wellness Tourism Association (WTA) has picked out what it predicts will be the top five wellness trends of 2019. Take a look.
The company attributes three years of record growth to a growing demand for sustainable travel. More here.
Sixteen percent of U.S. travelers have already cancelled a vacation due to concerns about the shutdown, according to new research by travel marketing firm MMGY Global. More here.
Traveling beat out marriage, children and home ownership as the number one bucket list goal for Americans, according to a new study. Find out more detailed statistics here.
According to the Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics, approximately 325,600 tourist entries were recorded in December 2018, 12.2 percent more than December 2017 and 31 percent more than December 2017. Here's a look at the latest stats.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced healthy but moderating global passenger traffic results for November 2018. Here's a look at the latest data.
Capacity and growing competition, including new low-cost carriers on long-haul routes, will likely restrain fare rises on key routes, according to new American Express Global Business Travel research. Get the details here.
CheapOair has announced its travel trend analysis for 2019 and top affordable destinations for each month in the new year. Take a look.
OAG has released the results of its annual Punctuality League 2019, a ranking of on-time performance (OTP) for the world’s largest airlines and airports. Here's how they stack up.