France Online Travel 2018: Key Developments

France Online Travel 2018: Key Developments Published November 2018 Analysts: Peter O'Connor, David Juman


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Despite multiple small-scale incidents, concerns about terrorism within the French market have significantly abated, leading to the return of foreign travelers. The government remains committed to its objective of attracting 100 million foreign visitors by 2020. Yet the market’s recovery has been weakened by an unprecedented series of strikes that have disrupted both the air and rail segments. This publication presents a high-level summary of the French travel market, focusing on the need-to-know developments, trends and stories that are impacting the market now.

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For more on the dynamic European online travel marketplace, check out the following:

  • Introduction
  • As terrorism concerns fade, visitors bounce back
  • Strikes, strikes and more strikes
  • Bitter battle at Air France-KLM
  • AccorHotels spreads its wings
  • Peer-to-peer under pressure
  • Tour operators in transition
  • And then there were two (OTAs)
  • Methodology
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