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Despite Slowing Growth, Brazil Moves to 7th Largest Business Travel Market in the World
Kara O'Toole, CEO of Overseas Adventure Travel, today revealed OAT's Top 10 Solo Travel Adventures based on 2014-2015 year-to-date bookings with the small group tour operator that serves Americans aged 50 and older. African safaris top the list, while other popular adventures span the globe to include those in Asia, South America, and Europe.
Study Focused on 411 FAA-Designated Airports with Lower Passenger Volume
European airport trade body, ACI EUROPE today released its traffic report for the month of the July. The report is the only air transport report which includes the full range of civil aviation passenger flights: network, low cost, charter and others.
David Huether, senior vice president for research and economics at the U.S. Travel Association, comments on today’s trade data released by the Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis:
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
According to the survey, just under half (49 percent) of full-time/part-time employed American adults who travel for business have ever tacked leisure time onto a work trip, with younger travelers ages 18-34 (56 percent) doing so more than their slightly older counterparts ages 35-44 (37 percent), pointing to a growing trend of blending business and leisure - or "bleisure" travel.
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 International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for July showing demand growth of 5.3% (measured in revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) over the previous July.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets showing a strong increase in air cargo in July. Compared to July 2013, freight tonne kilometers (FTKs) rose 5.8%. This is an acceleration in growth from June when cargo demand grew at less than half that rate (2.4%).
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