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U.S. Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition: Airlines

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Although 2008 and 2009 were among the worst years for U.S. airlines, 2010 is shaping up to be among the best. The 2008 oil price spike, which led to untenable fuel prices for airlines, was followed by a steep economic recession. The result was a dramatic decline in corporate demand for travel and, for airlines, those precious premium customers.
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Report | Published: November 2010
Free For: Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition: Online Travel Agencies

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Like umbrella sales on a rainy day, OTAs do best when inclement conditions dampen the travel marketplace. But despite the countercyclical boost, the OTA segment as a whole skidded off its growth track for the first time in 2009. The decline was inconsistent across companies, however, and share shifts between the major players concentrated the loss to certain brands, while other brands managed to buck the trend.
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Report | Published: November 2010
Free For: Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition: Cruise

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The cruise industry is experiencing a modest but welcome recovery in 2010 after a brutal 2009. The recession and subsequent collapse of demand forced cruise lines to slash prices, while the H1N1 crisis in Mexico in the first half of the year effectively killed a major destination market and created itinerary chaos in the Caribbean market. But the crisis has abated.
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Report | Published: November 2010
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U.S. Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition: Hotels & Lodging

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Hoteliers' concerns for survival have given way to cautious optimism. Economic recovery for hoteliers is fragile. Hospitality ADR improvement is regionally uneven. And overall ADR increases are stubbornly slow. The hotel business recovery is being dampened by continued value-consciousness from both the business and leisure segments.
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Report | Published: November 2010
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Canadian Online Travel Overview Second Edition 2007-2011

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US $995 €720

PhoCusWright's Canadian Online Travel Overview Second Edition: 2007-2011 provides updated market sizing and projections through 2011 as well as an in-depth analysis of the major trends in online travel and distribution, including consumer behavior, the effects of the global recession, and the dynamics of social media and mobile.
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Report | Published: July 2010
Free For: Global Subscribers

Online Travel in Canada: Market Size, Consumer Trends & Traffic

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US $199 €144

Travel companies operating in Canada can no longer rely on their 'online strategy' or their 'Canada strategy;' they must have a Canadian online travel strategy. This Online Event delivers market intelligence, consumer insights and key trends that companies need to get ahead in Canada.
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Presentation | Published: June 2010
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Presentation: PhoCusWright's Global Online Travel Overview

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US $199 €144

An audio/video recording of the February 3, 2010 Online Event presenting an outlook for online travel in the U.S., Europe and Asia Pacific as well as key trends and opportunities for growth and innovation.
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Presentation | Published: February 2010
Free For: European and Global Subscribers

Global Online Travel Overview

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Compares total and online leisure/unmanaged business travel gross bookings for the U.S., Europe and Asia Pacific and highlights the dynamics and opportunities of individual markets within these regions.
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Data Point | Published: February 2010
Free For: European, Global, and Asia Pacific Subscribers

Travel Industry Standards: Fish or Cut Bait

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Creating a global electronic marketplace for travel requires standards that enable learning, shopping, and booking across a multitude of points-of-sale. While some standards have been established, most segments are still too fragmented and there is still much to be done. What are the next steps, and who will make them happen?
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Spotlight | Published: December 2009
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Travel Content Distribution: Industry Heal Thyself

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This article examines how air and hotel have managed to keep up and discusses why other travel segments should strategize to compete on value instead of for control of the distribution channel.
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Analysis | Published: September 2009
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