Travel Weekly's 2015 Power List

Methodology

To qualify for the list, a travel retailer had to reach $100 million in sales in 2014.

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The two online giants that have dominated Power List for the past few years, Expedia and Priceline, ranked 1 and 2 again -- separated by fractions of a million dollars, the equivalent of a nose in a horse race. And both leapfrogged from $39 billion to top $50 billion each, without stopping in the $40 billion range, fueled by acquisitions and a stronger economy.

This year, a record 21 companies achieved sales of $1 billion or more. Read More

The List
American Express: Two different companiesAmerican Express: Two different companies

As of mid-2014, it became publicly held American Express Travel, which retains the traditional group of leisure-oriented agencies and a franchised network, and privately held Global Business Travel, a... READ MORE

Travel list: Travel companies ranked
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Each year in conjunction with the Power List, Travel Weekly editors rank travel companies in various industries by size. Here’s how some companies stack up.Each year in conjunction with the Power List, Travel Weekly editors rank travel companies in various industries by size. Here’s how some companies stack up.Each year in conjunction with the Power List, Travel Weekly editors rank travel companies in various industries by size. Here’s how some companies stack up.Each year in conjunction with the Power List, Travel Weekly editors rank travel companies in various industries by size. Here’s how some companies stack up.Each year in conjunction with the Power List, Travel Weekly editors rank travel companies in various industries by size. Here’s how some companies stack up.Each year in conjunction with the Power List, Travel Weekly editors rank travel companies in various industries by size. Here’s how some companies stack up.Each year in conjunction with the Power List, Travel Weekly editors rank travel companies in various industries by size. Here’s how some companies stack up.