SURVEY: CHINESE TOURISTS BOOK ONLINE AND REQUIER FREE WI-FI

James Morris -
According to the Chinese International Travel Monitor Survey 2015 (CITM) by Hoteles.com, 80% of Chinese tourists book their hotel on the Internet, compared to 53% in the 2014 survey. The survey also ...

STUDY: U.S. BUSINESS TRAVEL TO REMAIN STABLE

Tomas Haupt -
Perhaps in burying fears that the U.S. business travel marketplace has been on the dwindle, it has now been projected, on the contrary, that it will in fact continue to grow at stable and steady rates...

GAY TOURISM GROWTH IN SPAIN SURGES BY 28% IN 2016

Ashley Nault -
In a country where tourism is one of its main sources of revenue, a record-breaking summer in the restaurant sector, air transport, and hotel occupancy is without doubt great news for the economic rec...

FRENCH TOURISM – REVIVAL IS EXPECTED

James Morris -
At risk in 2016, French tourism ended the year with a slight improvement in hotel occupancy. The positive trend is expected to continue throughout 2017, provided that the most affluent foreign tourist...

TRAVEL INDUSTRY LOSING BILLIONS THANKS TO POOR MOBILE EXPERIENCE

Chris Grad -
It has been found that the travel industry is losing clients due to poor customer experience on mobile devices. According to a recent study carried out by U.S. based Jumio, about two out of five custo...
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