AAA Travel projects 34.7 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Labor Day holiday weekend, the highest volume for the holiday since 2008 and a 1.3 percent increase over 2013.
Germany confirmed as number one source market for European destinations Study by the European Travel Commission and shared with ITB Berlin provides information on the most important source markets for tourism to Europe
The third quarter edition of the Global Economic Outlook offers timely insights from Deloitte Research economists about the United States, the Eurozone, China, Japan, India, Russia, Brazil, and the United Kingdom.
Travel is expected to increase across all generations this fall according to a national survey by D.K. Shifflet & Associates. Boomers show the largest increases over 2013 and they along with GI/Silents are the most likely to travel with about six out of ten planning to travel at least once this fall. The number of Millennials planning to travel this year is about the same as last year.
The high cost of travel may be getting higher these days while consumers find themselves paying extra for items that were formerly included. Hotels across the country are raking in the cash by charging for amenities and services that may not even be used by patrons, seeing revenues nearly double in the past ten years by charging fees.
The average price paid for a hotel room around the world rose by four percent during the first six months of 2014, when compared with the same period in 2013 as the overall economic recovery gathered greater momentum.
Questex Hospitality + Travel today announced early bird pricing of $45 for those who register by Sept. 3 for its 2014 Luxury Travel Exchange International (LTX), to be held Dec. 9-11 at The Palazzo® Las Vegas.
Michael Green, one of America's premier food, wine and spirits celebrities, will be the keynote speaker at Questex Hospitality + Travels annual Luxury Travel Exchange International (LTX) event to be held Dec. 9-11 at The Palazzo® Las Vegas.
Global companies are seeing a dramatic shift away from the classical employment model of hiring full-time employees to work a typical 9 to 5 hour shift to a new collaborative, transparent, technology-enabled approach. This 'open talent economy' approach is outlined in report launched today by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL).