According to recent data from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) as many as 174 million jobs in the tourism sector will be lost this year on account of the negative effects of the coronavirus outbreak.
According to Sojern, travelers are responding to regulations to combat the spread of the coronavirus based on things like travel corridors set up to renew tourism.
According to a new report from Airbnb, the longer we are forced by the pandemic to remain at home, the more we want to get out.
Agoda says single apps for all travel needs, passport free travel, and app check-in are the top three ‘new travel norms’ of the next decade.
According to a travel trends report from SquareMouth released late last month, a lot more Americans are choosing to spend their vacation days in Europe this season.
Data from Expedia’s first Solo Travel Report reveals 60% of travelers plan to take a solo trip within the next two years.
One of the world’s biggest air services providers, dnata has announced having acquired a majority stake in bd4travel (Big Data for Travel).
The Digi.travel EMEA Conference & Expo 2018, scheduled to take place on December 11, in Athens.
European destinations reported healthy growth this summer despite rising political risks and less relaxed financial conditions posing a threat to the global economic outlook.
Skyscanner is excited to be partnering with ForwardKeys to deliver two new behavioral analytical techniques within ForwardKeys’ Flight Searches tool, branded ‘Travel Willingness’ and ‘Catchment Area’, which aim to provide insights into macro traveler trends.
TripAdvisor shares its top travel trend report for the experiences segment. TripAdvisor bookings data revealed that iconic sites remain wildly popular, while travelers are expanding their horizons and bringing growth to new, non-traditional and experiential categories.
Nucleus, a London-based brand consultancy with focus on travel and hospitality, released a series of mobile web browsing metrics on Tuesday. According to a survey, mobile traffic grew to 43% of all travel website traffic in June 2014. The survey revealed that Apple continues to retain a leading position, with 77.9% OS share and 87.8% […]
As far as world beaches go, apparently many out there choose Cancun as the choice of beach getaways for Summer 2013. According to Orbitz the No. 1 international Summer beach hotspot is the legendary Spring Break destination in Mexico. Mexico and Central America are not only heating up temperature wise this Summer, but visitation wise.
Cosmos Holidays have a few fabulous deals for travelers to Sharm El Sheikh, with packages starting at as low as £273 per person on January 13. Prices tend to get higher in the following months, culminating at £395 in May.
The travel industry can expect a healthy upswing in the coming year, at least in the US. A survey that covered some 374 shuttle passengers from around the US, and found that 23% of respondents will travel more in 2013 than in 2012.