Understanding American Travel Trends

March 28, 2019

With American travel consumers starting to value experiences over material possessions, it's been a boon to the travel industry. Many are saving money to go on trips with their loved ones -- or even alone -- and others are willing to pick up a new job just to fund their next adventure. However, research from Expedia shows that no two travelers are the same. Here, we look at American travel consumers across generations to understand how they plan and what they like to do while they're away.

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Make bold moves with intelligent travel operations

Infographic | September 5, 2021

Travelers are returning. But their behaviors, expectations and values are very different. Travel companies no longer have the luxury of keeping enterprise operations as they have been for years. Imagine if every member of your team had both customer and operations data at their fingertips to transform the customer experience without adding any additional cost? That future is coming. To make bold moves and drive improvements—at the right cost, travel players need to improve their operations to become future-ready.

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European Tourism: Trends & Prospects

Infographic | May 24, 2021

Lockdowns have persisted into 2021 as COVID-19 infection rates surge in some countries despite the vaccination rollout. Prospects for the summer season are mixed. While Europe works to overcome hurdles relating to vaccine side effects and supply shortages, innoculation programmes are still expected to accelerate over the summer, bringing down COVID-19 cases and raising hopes of easing restrictions.

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30+ Ways to Stay Safe While Traveling the World

Infographic | April 26, 2021

If you’re going to be traveling abroad soon, there’ll be plenty to think about – including what clothes you’re going to take and what exciting places you’re going to visit. However, one of the most important things you need to consider is your safety. While this might not be the most exciting aspect of your vacation, it could be the most crucial. And by making sure you’re clued-up on what to do before and while you’re on vacation, you’ll be given peace of mind that you and your family are safe. This infographic will help you get to grips with what safety issues you need to consider before and during your vacation. It covers everything from getting prepared before you go, to how to take care of your health and money while you’re abroad.

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TRAVELPORT’S ONLINE TRAVEL TRENDS FOR 2020

Infographic | December 16, 2019

Travel technology player travelport has unveiled its list of trends that will shape travel experiences as we start the next decade. Better still, the trends have been presented as a handy infographic, which you can check out in full below:

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Billionaire Space Tourism

Infographic | July 11, 2021

Billionaires Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos are set to fly into the final frontier on board their own spacecraft during the month of July. On July 11 at 14:30 GMT, Branson, founder of the Virgin Group, along with two pilots and three other passengers will lift off from Virgin Galactic’s operational base at Spaceport America in the New Mexico desert. His crew will reach a peak altitude of some 89km (55 miles) and experience a few minutes of weightlessness before making a gliding descent back to Earth.

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Small Numbers Of Frequent Flyers Dominate Air Travel

Infographic | April 11, 2021

New research by climate campaign group Possible, which was published by the BBC, has found that a small number of frequent flyers dominated air travel before the pandemic with the vast majority only traveling domestically. In the United States for example, just 12 perent of people take 66 percent of all flights. That trend is also evident in other developed countries such as the United Kingdom where 15 percent of people take 70 percent of flights. Calls are growing from environmental groups for the implementation of a Frequent Flyer Levy which is a tax that increases the more a person flies each year.

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