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U.S. Online Travel Overview Fourteenth Edition

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US $2,495 €2040

The 2008-2009 global financial crisis contributed to a conservative approach to spending for many Americans that has taken its toll on travel. However, those days are slipping further into the travel industry's rear view, and leisure travel incidence, frequency and spend all increased in 2013. At the same time, the battle for customers has intensified between travel suppliers and intermediaries, particularly as mobile gains strength as an important distribution channel. U.S. Online Travel Overview Fourteenth Edition provides sizing and analysis of the U.S. total and online travel markets by sector, segment and channel. The report highlights the key issues and trends driving the market, and features a comprehensive view of the U.S. travel landscape from 2012-2016.
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Report | Published: December 2014
Free For: Global Subscribers

The Phocuswright Yearbook 2014: The Year Ahead in Digital Travel

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US $149 €122

PURCHASE BY JAN. 15 FOR SPECIAL PRICING AND BONUS DISCOUNT! Get the essential data and critical insights you need to understand what's happened and plan for where it's all headed. Designed in an easy-to-read presentation format, the Phocuswright Yearbook 2014 provides a comprehensive, data-led overview of the state of digital in travel.
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Report | Published: November 2014
Free For: European, Global, Innovation, and Asia Pacific Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Report Thirteenth Edition: Hotels & Lodging

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US $1,250 €1022

U.S. hotels continued to outshine the industry as a whole in 2012. Increased marketing spend by suppliers and online travel agencies, the availability of vast and appealing content, and high mobile adoption are connecting with eager travelers of all stripes. Demand is up, and so are profits – but distribution decisions have become trickier than ever. U.S. Online Travel Overview Thirteenth Edition: Hotel & Lodging sizes the total and online hotel markets, delves into current and projected channel dynamics, and provides comprehensive analysis and market forecasting through 2015.
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Report | Published: December 2013
Free For: Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Report Thirteenth Edition: Online Travel Agencies

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US $1,250 €1022

Hotels were up, air was down – upheaval was the name of the game for U.S. online travel agencies in 2012. Growth is slowing, competition is accelerating, and mobile is throwing a curve ball at every known marketing and booking strategy. As an added twist, big moves by established players have essentially drawn a whole new map of the OTA world. U.S. Online Travel Overview Thirteenth Edition: Online Travel Agencies sizes the OTA market, digs into the sweeping changes shaping current and future business, and gets refreshingly real about mobile.
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Report | Published: December 2013
Free For: Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Report Thirteenth Edition: Airlines

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US $1,250 €1022

Despite the surges of the past two years, U.S. airlines made only small gains in 2012. Pressure from all sides is leaving little room to move in terms of capacity, load or fares. Still, carriers have discovered two bright spots in the market – ancillaries and mobile sales – and are moving boldly, and successfully, toward them. U.S. Online Travel Overview Thirteenth Edition: Airlines sizes the total and online airline markets and provides analysis and projections by channel through 2015.
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Report | Published: December 2013
Free For: Global Subscribers

U.S. Online Travel Overview Report Thirteenth Edition

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US $2,495 €2040

After back-to-back years at or near double-digit growth, the U.S. travel market hit a plateau in 2012 and is projected to climb, though slowly, in 2013. Economic uncertainty in the next few years will turn the travel market into a tug-of-war between travelers searching hard for bargains and companies keeping prices up to stay afloat amid intense competition. U.S. Online Travel Overview Thirteenth Edition provides sizing and analysis of the U.S. total and online travel markets by segment and channel, including mobile. The report also explores market context by highlighting the consumer and technology dynamics driving various trends and presenting a comprehensive five-year view of the U.S. travel landscape for 2011-2015.
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Report | Published: November 2013
Free For: Global Subscribers

Mobile Hits the Mainstream: Technology and Industry Trends

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US $895 €732

Mobile Hits the Mainstream: Technology and Industry Trends studies the trends shaping mobile travel worldwide, tracking mobile device adoption in key global markets. The report highlights emerging mobile technologies, identifying strategic opportunities for suppliers, intermediaries and corporate travel organizations. In addition, the research provides a closer view of the U.S. mobile travel market, sizing the U.S. mobile leisure/unmanaged business travel market through 2013.
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Report | Published: February 2012
Free For: Innovation Subscribers

U.S. Packaged Travel Landscape: 2006 - 2010

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US $699 €572

Examines industry growth, segment strength, and distribution patterns and analyzes challenges facing the tour operator industry.
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Report | Published: August 2011

U.S. Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition: Airlines

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US $1,495 €1223

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: Cruise

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US $1,495 €1223

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
Free For: Global Subscribers