TW Consumer Survey now on line

Travel Weekly's 1999 U.S. Consumer Survey is now available online.

The survey, which was compiled from data contained in Plog Research's 1999 American Traveler Survey, examines the planning sources used by consumers when selecting and booking leisure and business travel.

Click the links below to view different sections of the survey. (NOTE: This feature requires that you have the latest browser software and/or the latest version of Acrobat Reader installed. The free reader is downloadable from Adobe's Web site.)

1999 U.S. Consumer Survey 

Publisher's Message; Survey Highlights Agent's Strength 

Keeping Clients Loyal 

The On-Line Connection 

Getting Away From It All 

An Eye For Detail 

Growth Spurt For Family Travel 

The Right Choice, Rating The Options 

Cruisers/Agents, The Right Match 

Room For Rewards; Time For Timeshares?; The Driving Force 

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