2015-06-11
Luxury travel is booming: high-price trips are the strongest-growing market segment worldwide, according to ITB Berlin and IPK International – The most popular luxury travel destinations in Europe are Germany and Italy – Most luxury travellers come from the USA and China
2015-06-18
For the first time ICCA publishes country and city rankings by estimated total number of participants in 2014, as part of its public abstract of the ICCA statistics report, aimed at international associations.
2015-06-16
Brands receiving the highest ranking for the first time in the travel industry include Four Seasons Hotel and Resorts, Hotels.com, and Delta Airlines - America's Best Value Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Marriott Hotels, Southwest Airlines all repeat as Brands of the Year
2015-06-25
Insights From 2015 Portrait of American Travelers® Survey Challenge Current Perceptions About Travel Intentions and Preferences Among Americans
2015-06-24
GBTA Foundation Forecasts that Brazil's Economy Faces 'Significant Headwinds' and Downgrades Outlook for Brazil's Business Travel Spend in 2015
2015-06-25
This year, Dubai is the most popular destination internationally, Edinburgh is now more expensive than London for a hotel stay, 37% of Brits are heading to Spain and the average one week hotel spend is £1036.
2015-06-25
Road tripping in a vehicle with the ability to act as a mobile Wi-Fi 'hotspot' would elevate enjoyment for many, Millennials in particular
2015-06-18
With summer just around the corner, over half (52%) of all global travelers report that they are likely to choose a destination based on its social or environmental impact in 2015. Findings from a survey of 32,000 travelers across 16 countries by Booking.com reveal that attitudes towards sustainable travel are evolving, even as we continue to embrace vacation comforts.
2015-06-11
Spain Surprises With Strong Business Travel Performance in 2014
2015-06-11
The Priceline Group [NASDAQ: PCLN], today released the results of their new 'Summer Getaway' survey, reporting that just eight percent of the 15,723 Americans surveyed receive additional time off during the summer, from Summer Friday's, extra days for discretionary use or office-wide early closures.
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