Modest global economic growth and shifts in supply and demand expected to affect pricing across multiple regions
A comprehensive report on the state of homestays has documented the rapid growth of an emerging accommodation market segment.
Cheapflights.com's Top Travel Trends and Hot Destinations for 2015 offers their annual look ahead with five key trends and seven international hot spots that are predicted to top Americans' travel agendas next year.
From sports and wellness travel to the adoption of the latest travel tech gadgets and apps to the rise in 'airtiquette', Cheapflights.ca sees 2015 shaping up as a year of travel innovation and exploration for Canadians.
Choice Hotels survey finds that in exchange for a discount in the new year, 55 percent of American travelers would forgo alcoholic beverages, 53 percent would give up daily housekeeping services, and 26 percent would go without their smartphone.
Fueled by grandparents' wallets and grandchildren's sense of wanderlust (with an unexpected assist from Facebook), multigenerational travel is poised for rapid and sustained growth according to a new, national survey conducted by Preferred Hotel Group to identify emerging trends in multigenerational travel.
Amazon’s fledgling relationships with small, independent, boutique hotels could presage a major new distribution channel for hoteliers seeking an alternative to selling on Expedia as well as an innovative way for consumers to shop, analysts said last week.
According to the Hotels.com Winter Holiday Travel Survey, the majority of Americans (58 percent) plan to travel within the U.S. for the holidays, while only one-third of Americans intend to stay home. The survey also revealed that nearly 1 in 10 Americans will be taking a more adventurous route and plan to travel abroad.
U.S. scheduled passenger airlines employed 384,439 workers in September 2014, 1.1 percent more than in September 2013, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported today. September was the 10th consecutive month that full-time equivalent (FTE) employment for U.S. scheduled passenger airlines was higher than the same month of the previous year.
A new study from the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research (CHR) examines how the location or context of a service facilitates or constrains customer-employee relationships and thereby affects service dynamics.
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