The global travel industry is poised for a period of sustained growth over the next decade, driven in part by Chinas share of global outbound travel1 reaching as much as 20% by 2023, a new report on global travel trends reveals today.
Amadeus has released its annual insights report titled 'Amadeus Business Travel Insights: Business travel gets personal', which charts the behaviour and aspirations of business travellers across the UK.
New analysis from Amadeus Air Traffic solution reveals that low-cost carriers (LCCs) are showing significant confidence in their potential with an overall global increase in seat capacity of 6.8% in the first six months of 2013 compared to the same period in 2012.
Todays young travelers are smart consumers, demand customized and adventurous trips, and rely heavily on social interaction for recommendations when considering a certain destination and activities. This according to a new report from Amadeus which also highlights the role of new technologies in continuing to drive and impact the way younger generations travel.
A major independent global study released today appeals to the airline industry to take a fresh look at the age-old frustration of delayed or cancelled flights, in order to drive loyalty and reduce the impact of irregular operations on its customers, both now and in the future.
Study, authored by Harvard Business School professor Thomas H. Davenport, finds that big data is set to shape the future of travel, with potential benefits for both travel companies and travelers alike - Harnessing high volumes of new, unstructured data offers the promise of better decision-making, greater product innovation and stronger customer relationships, but study warns that now is the time to act