Topic: Travel Industry Research
Orlando, Las Vegas and New York are the most popular travel destinations for the rest of the season, according to CheapOair.com. Here’s what else is looking hot.
AirHelp has released a report on which popular summer vacation destinations are experiencing the most flight delays and cancellations. Take a look.
Allianz Global Assistance’s 11th annual Vacation Confidence Index examines Americans’ attitudes toward work and vacation time. Take a look.
Millennials are fueling a rise in last-minute, quick getaways, according to a new study by Hotwire.com. More here.
BridgeStreet Hospitality has released a new study on the needs of business travelers. Here’s a look at the latest trends.
The European Travel Commission (ETC) predicts the region’s tourism to continue to grow steadily despite uncertain trade relationships between the United States and China and slowing Chinese travel demand. Here’s a look at the latest trends.
Growth in both domestic travel and overall travel to the United States is set to soften over the next six months, however, warns the U.S. Travel Association. More here.
Forty-five percent of respondents from 2019 showed interest in the Caribbean, up from 41 percent in 2018. Learn more here.
There are some signs of an economic recession ahead, but there are still reasons for the travel industry to remain optimistic, according to MMGY Global's Portrait of American Travelers 2019-2020. Here’s why.
A new study by Booking.com delves into the travel desires of Gen Z, those currently between the ages of 16 and 24. Here's an inside look.