Topic: Travel Industry Trends and Research
Iberostar sponsored Reef Futures 2018, the first global symposium on coral restoration and intervention science, which took place in Key Largo, FL, on December 10-15. More here.
The American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA) has released a study tracking perception of the American traveler. Check out more.
October demand rose 6.3 percent compared to the same month last year, a rebound from the 5.5 percent growth recorded in September. Read more here.
While women are 10 percent less likely to travel alone than men, security and safety remain top concerns for all. Here's what you need to know.
According to AARP’s annual travel trends survey, 88 percent of Baby Boomers have already selected a 2019 travel destination, up from 72 percent last year.
Hector Flores Santana, CEO of the Mexico Tourism Board, has presented the country’s tourism growth and outlined its plans for the future. Read more here.
According to Allianz Global Assistance, the top 20 European travel destinations are up 22.5 percent this year. Find out which cities have grown the most.
The U.S. and Canada markets showed strong growth to the destinations, and an impressive finish to the year is expected by the Ministry of Tourism and Investment.
The generation after Millennials are embracing the "YOLO" attitude to travel. That is according to a new study by Expedia Group Media Solutions. Learn more here.
Virtuoso’s Luxe Report surveyed 1,071 of its advisors and found travelers are increasingly looking to personalize their trips with staged photo shoots, private helicopter transfers and more.