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Italian Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition

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Thanks to a gloomy economic and political environment, Italy's travel market has suffered three straight years of losses. But 2014 brought a turnaround: Travel gross bookings increased both overall and within each segment, and rail operators' investment in high-speed routes finally paid off. Despite the country's previous struggles, Italy has plenty of reasons to expect a brighter future. The country remains highly desirable as an inbound destination, and low-cost carriers across Europe have added more Italian routes to and from major cities. Italy is also home to a robust informal economy, which - along with the recent influx of visitors from emerging markets like Russia and China - is helping to cushion the travel market from low unemployment and the subsequent drop in domestic trips. In addition, Italian travelers are flocking to social media and mobile, which will give travel a needed boost through 2016.
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Report | Published: January 2015
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U.K. Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition

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Improvements in the British economy in 2013, as well as favorable exchange rates between the pound sterling and the euro, drove demand for outbound leisure travel and stirred heavy competition within the industry. Low-cost carriers led growth for the year, followed by rail and traditional airlines, and mobile strategies stood front and center. Tour operators started separating themselves from online travel agencies in the hopes of becoming favored travel brands (and channels). This flurry of consumer-driven activity and growth - while welcome - may cool down soon, resulting in relatively slower growth through 2016. Ultimately, though, the long view for the U.K. remains optimistic.
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Report | Published: January 2015
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German Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition

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Bolstered by economic prosperity and low unemployment rates, Germany held fast as Europe's largest travel market in 2013. Despite high Internet penetration and the importance of travel to German culture, online travel penetration in Germany is low compared to other European markets. German airlines faced losses in 2013, but regained ground in 2014 through cost cuts and restructuring. Hotels continue to grow steadily. Overall growth for rail was flat in 2013, but online bookings became the primary sales channel for Deutsche Bahn, the country's dominant operator. Through 2016, each of Germany's travel segments will see a shift from offline to online distribution.
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Report | Published: January 2015
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Scandinavian Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition

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Not only did Scandinavia's travel market expand in 2013, but each segment performed well - especially low-cost carriers. Scandinavia, the smallest of the major European travel markets, has the highest online penetration, and it will retain this title through 2016 as strong smartphone penetration drives an exponential rise in travel-related mobile use. Annual growth through 2016 will be slow but steady, as the travel markets in Norway, Denmark and Sweden are all relatively mature, but certain segments and channels - low-cost carriers, online travel agencies and mobile bookings - will outpace the overall market.
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Report | Published: January 2015
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French Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition

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The French travel market managed to eke out stability in 2013 in the face of considerable economic and political challenges, both at home and in key inbound and outbound markets. Gains made by French airlines and online travel agencies were negated by the drop in tour operator gross bookings and by stagnation in the rail and hotel segments. However, online travel is having better luck than the market as a whole, and the bulk of this growth is due to the success of online travel agencies (rather than suppliers). France's total travel market will begin to recover in 2015.
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Report | Published: January 2015
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European Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition

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US $2,495 €2208

Phocuswright's European Online Travel Overview Tenth Edition provides comprehensive analysis, sizing and forecasts for the region's total and online leisure and unmanaged business travel markets. The report examines key segments and channels, with a focus on six major geographical markets: France, Germany, Italy, Scandinavia, Spain and the U.K.
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Report | Published: December 2014
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Eastern European Spotlight: Russia's Online Market Springs to Life

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Despite significant economic and political obstacles, travel is a growing, important market in Russia, driven by a middle-class population eager to see more of the country and the world beyond. While growth rates for travel will remain modest for the next several years, the online market will continue to shine. This Spotlight presents findings from Phocuswright research on the Russian leisure and unmanaged business travel markets, including market sizing and projections, major travel segments, and the key players and dynamics influencing the market.
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Report | Published: June 2014
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Scandinavian Online Travel Overview Ninth Edition

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Unlike much of Europe, the Scandinavian countries retained high disposable income and a strong labor market in 2012. Travel demand was solid for the year and will remain so through 2015, resulting in steady annual growth for both the online and total markets. Scandinavia continues to lead Europe in online travel penetration, and mobile bookings are catching on quickly. Suppliers will maintain their advantage over online travel agencies in the coming years, partly by rolling out more and better mobile offerings. The Scandinavian Online Travel Overview Ninth Edition provides sizing and analysis of the total and online travel markets in Denmark, Norway and Sweden by segment and channel. Using both historical data and analyst forecasts, the report offers a five-year view of the markets from 2011-2015.
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Report | Published: January 2014
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Spanish Online Travel Overview Ninth Edition

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Spain's economy has been mired in recession for over five years. As unemployment hit a new high in 2013, consumer confidence hit a new low - and dragged travel demand down with it. Because Spain is largely an inbound market, segments that rely heavily on foreign visitors - such as hotel and car rental - are withstanding the downturn more deftly than air and rail, which depend more on domestic travelers. Despite stagnation in the overall travel market, online travel bookings are on the rise and will continue their upward trajectory through 2015.
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Report | Published: January 2014
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French Online Travel Overview Ninth Edition

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Online travel bookings in France are on a healthy growth tear, though growth will slow in the next few years as the nation's market nears maturity. Rail, airlines and online travel agencies made out especially well in 2012; tour operators continued to flail. Hotel bookings saw a minor increase - and the best-performing properties were confined to Paris and other urban centers, leaving most of the lodging market in a rut. The French Online Travel Overview Ninth Edition provides sizing and analysis for the total and online French travel markets by segment and channel, including mobile. In addition to a historical view, the report offers projections for all segments through 2015 and explores the evolution of market dynamics as travel companies - out of sheer necessity - race to develop multichannel distribution strategies.
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Report | Published: January 2014
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