LONDON, 5 March 2021: Over nine out of 10 (93%) adults in the USA find it cheaper or more convenient to search for holidays using an online travel agency (OTA) instead of booking directly with an airline.
BERLIN, 4 March 2021: Expect people to spend more on travel again in 2021 and the end of the pandemic will spur an era of long-term growth, ITB Berlin and the market research institute Statista concluded from...
LONDON, 3 March 2021: Research by ForwardKeys, the travel analytics firm, reveals domestic air travel in China during New Year Golden Week (11 – 17 February) dropped 69.3% on the equivalent period in 2019, when travel was...
BEIJING, 3 March 2021: Mainland China's hotel industry performance showed improvement from last year's pandemic-affected Lunar New Year period but still fell well short in comparison with 2019 levels, according to preliminary data from STR. ...
GENEVA, 2 March 2021: The airline industry will remain cash negative throughout 2021, according to the latest analysis from the International Air Transport Association. Previous analysis (November 2020) indicated that airlines would turn cash positive in...
SINGAPORE, 1 March 2021: Singapore and Hong Kong are among the ranks of the most expensive places to retire, with Pakistan, India and Kyrgyzstan at the cheapest end of the scale, according to a study by NetCredit.
ZURICH, 23 February 2021: Despite renewed travel restrictions imposed during the lunar new year and China’s continued pause on outbound travel, m1nd-set’s latest research on the China market says there is every reason to be confident about travel retail growth...
ALEXANDRIA, USA, 22 February 2021: The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), the world’s largest business travel association, discovered most GBTA members and stakeholders (79%) would be “very comfortable” or “comfortable” travelling for business after receiving the Covid-19...
SINGAPORE, 18 February 2021: After a year that left us locked down and staring at the same four walls at home, Tripadvisor’s latest research reveals a new mindset to book luxury travel in 2021. Based...
BANGKOK, 10 February 2021: International visitor arrivals to and within the Asia Pacific region could return to 96% of 2019 levels but not before 2023 if PATA’s mildest scenario proves to be accurate.