Consumer Trends

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    2013 Consumer Trends

    In our annual Consumer Trends survey, we take the pulse of consumers' travel-purchasing behavior. More»

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    2012 Consumer Trends

    Our latest survey of people who buy travel reveals much about how the market's changing, but it also underscores a constant: the crucial importance of the agent sales force. More»

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    2011 Consumer Trends

    The studies cited in this year's Consumer Trends report paint a remarkable portrait of the U.S. traveler in 2011. Research culled from a variety of sources sheds light on everything from travelers' views on airline ancillary fees to their priorities when booking a hotel. More»

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    2010 Consumer Trends

    For the travel industry, it seems that the worst is over. As forecasts for the year ahead predict a modest increase in demand, how has the prevailing economic environment changed consumers' habits? Ypartnership and the Harrison Group offer some clues with their Portrait of the American Traveler. More»

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    2009 Consumer Trends

    How is the recession affecting leisure travel? The 2009 National Leisure Travel Monitor offers insights gleaned from its annual in-depth study of the travel activities, research preferences and travel-buying habits of American consumers. More»

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    2008 Consumer Trends

    Consumer Trends 2008 reviews agency influence on consumers in terms of business and leisure travel, confidence in the travel industry, how popular trends enhance travel opportunities (like going green), dining option choices among cruisers and the influence of the web in the travel business.  Statistics and trends are provided here to assist travel professionals plan and position to make the best in this market environment. More»

  • 2007 Consumer Trends

    2007 Consumer Trends The rush to Next: Travelers pursue the next new thing Introduction S mart travel marketers know that a major key to success is keeping up with changing consumer tastes. And it's no longer enough to know what's hot and what's not; it helps to know what's going to be ho More»

  • Focus on Consumer Trends 2006: What they want, and why

    Focus on Consumer Trends 2006: What they want, and why Today's travelers demand choice, control, flexibility and independence Introduction   T oday's American travel consumers are a lucky bunch. They live in a time and place where the marketplace gives them a dizzying array of choices -- a More»

  • Focus on Consumer Trends 2005: What they want, and why

    In keeping with Travel Weekly's long tradition of leadership in providing its readers with the best available research on travel trends, we are proud to present this selection of articles, exploring some of the highlights of the 2005 National Leisure Travel Monitor and National Business Travel Monitor. These ongoing annual research endeavors, conducted by Yesawich, Pepperdine, Brown & Russell and Yankelovich Partners, are widely recognized as leading indicators of consumer attitudes and buying habits. We are proud that our corporate parent, Northstar Travel Media, is among this year's sponsors of these important projects. More»

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    2001 Travel Weekly U.S. Consumer Survey

    The third annual consumer survey that Travel Weekly co-sponsored. Gauges agency influence on consumers in terms of agency influence, leisure travel, Internet bookings and usage, booking trends and supplier sales. More»

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    1999 Travel Weekly U.S. Consumer Survey

    The first consumer survey that Travel Weekly co-sponsored. Gauges agency influence on consumers in terms of leisure travel, Internet bookings and usage, booking trends and supplier sales.
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    "Contrary to some thoughts, travel agents do exist ... We are usually able to get clients better prices, and we know we can see that clients have better experiences. And as our personal motto is: Our Service Travels With You."

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