Accor Europe & North Africa B2B Leisure Travel Report examines the strategies, technologies and trends that are impacting leisure travel advisors in the recovery and beyond.
Skyscanner published a new report exploring the latest trends in global travel including the trending destinations and booking data by regions.
One of the world’s leading experience and travel brands, GetExperience marketplace has published the list of the biggest upcoming trends for the travel industry.
The findings of a recent survey conducted by IPK International show a renewed increase in people’s travel intentions in the coming months.
A new report from ForwardKeys reveals the top travel trends of 2021, which, unsurprisingly, are all driven by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new online survey revealed travel expectations of travelers from the United States, Germany, and China in 2021. The survey’s findings reflect a positive mood.
Experts identify nine future wellness trends: from Hollywood jumping into wellness to the rise of spiritual architecture/design to adding “more color to wellness” to a new future for immune health—that stops “boosting” and starts balancing.
Booking.com says that with the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, travel will be forever re-shaped by this extraordinary moment in time.
How the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic impacts the global beverage alcohol market? A new trend report reveals that the premiumization trend continues to influence market developments especially in the world’s two largest premium-and-above markets for wine
A huge 68 percent of global travelers have planned holidays around sporting events at least once and 47 percent of the travelers admitted to changing their holiday booking to make sure they don’t miss a
United Nations World Tourism Organization’s (UNWTO) Tourism Highlights report says that Chinese tourists spent $258 billion on international tourism in 2017, almost one-fifth of the world’s total tourism spending and China continues to lead global
The following five new trends are expected to transform the Tours and Attractions Sector in coming years.
The results of a recent survey that compiles insight from over 70 corporate travel management companies (TMCs) from across Asia Pacific, revealed the latest trends in terms of regional bookings.
Chinese buyers of sports travel products shows that the market is expected to grow by 25-30 percent over the coming three years.