Updated Research Report on Global Travel Behavior Published by MarketPublishers.com

08 Sep 2011 • by Natalie Aster
Updated Research Report on Global Travel Behavior Published by MarketPublishers.com

LONDON – World tourism is recovering strongly in 2010 from the recession and is firmly back on the growth path. A new record figure for international trips will be set this year, while spending is recovering well from a heavy slump last year. Growth is being driven by emerging markets such as Asia and South America while mature markets are seeing low growth.

Updated research report “The Way We Travel: How Global Travel Behaviour has Changed in the Wake of the Recession” worked out by Euromonitor International provides a thorough examination of the impact of the economic recession and other recent adversities, such as swine flu and the Icelandic ash cloud, on the world travel market. The study offers a unique insight into emerging trends world-wide, identifies domestic and outbound tourist trends, features factors affecting travel behavior as well as makes predictions about the future of the industry through 2014.

Report Details:

Title: The Way We Travel: How Global Travel Behaviour has Changed in the Wake of the Recession Published: December, 2010
Pages: 68
Price: US$ 2,600.00

Report Contents:

The Way We Travel: How Global Travel Behaviour has Changed in the Wake of the Recession
Euromonitor International : Strategy Briefing
December 2010
List of Contents and Tables
Executive Summary
Demand Factors
Summary 1 Factors Influencing Travel Behaviour in 2009/2010
Tourism Trends
Chart 1 Top 10 Growth Destinations in 2009
Outlook
Summary 2 Opportunities and Challenges in the Travel Industry
Factors Affcting Travel Behaviour
the State of the Economy
  Table 1 GDP Growth in Selected Countries 2004-2009
Focus on Frugal Living
  Table 2 Global Holidays by Length 2004-2009
  Table 3 Low Cost Carriers' Share of Airline Passengers in Selected Markets 2004/2009
the Importance of Loyalty
Summary 3 Major Travel Loyalty Pogrammes 2010
Exchange Rates
  Table 4 Exchange Rates Against US$ 2008, 2009 and Forecast 2010
Overcoming Adversities
Emphasis on Health
  Table 5 Spa Sales in Leading Markets 2004-2009
  Table 6 Medical Tourism Revenues in Leading Markets 2004-2009
the Power of the Web
  Table 7 Unique Audience and Time Spent Per Person on Social Networking Sites in Leading

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