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Until recently, ground transportation rarely inspired excitement among travelers or investors. Thanks largely to smartphones and the rise of the sharing economy, the segment has experienced profound upheaval. Investors have poured billions into transportation startups, and adoption of ride-hailing apps has soared. This report analyzes traveler behavior and attitudes in relation to ground transportation, including segmentation across leisure and business travelers. It also provides market sizing and dynamics for car rental, taxis, prearranged car services and shuttles, and traces the impact of mobile ride-hailing.Analysts: Douglas Quinby, Bing Liu, Cathy Walsh, Chetan KapoorTopic: Consumer TrendsSegment: Car Rental & Ground TransportationResearch Type: Report
Corporate travel in the U.S. has seen a steady resurgence over the past few years as the economy left the recession in the rearview mirror. Despite clouds looming over the global economy at the beginning of 2016, the U.S. business travel outlook remains healthy. This report sizes the total corporate travel market in the U.S. – including online and offline channels – and examines the trends and dynamics shaping the industry.Analyst: Charuta FadnisTopics: Business Travel, Market Overview & SizingSegments: Air, Car Rental & Ground Transportation, Hotels & Lodging, Online Travel Agencies, Traditional Agencies & TMCsResearch Type: Report
As the post-recession U.S. economy becomes steadier, travel has enjoyed the ride. While demand is high for all types of travel – domestic, inbound and outbound – the impact on the bottom line varies by segment. U.S. Online Travel Overview Fifteenth Edition provides comprehensive market sizing of the U.S. travel industry, with a focus on the purchase, distribution and marketing of travel booked by the leisure or unmanaged business traveler. The report highlights the trends that have driven the growth of the online channel, and features a comprehensive view of the U.S. travel landscape from 2013-2017.Analysts: Maggie Rauch, Robert Cole, Michael Coletta, Lorraine SileoTopic: Market Overview & SizingSegments: Air, Car Rental & Ground Transportation, Cruise, Hotels & Lodging, Online Travel Agencies, Rail, Tours & PackagesRegion: U.S. & CanadaResearch Type: Report
Europe’s economy continues to recover from the recession. Thanks in part to increased consumer spending, the region’s travel industry reached new heights in 2015, driven by exceptional growth in the online market. Phocuswright's European Online Travel Overview Eleventh Edition provides comprehensive analysis, sizing and forecasts for Europe's total and online leisure and unmanaged business travel markets. The report examines key segments and channels, and also includes access to dedicated reports focusing on the following six individual European travel markets: France, Germany, Italy, Scandinavia, Spain and the U.K.Analysts: Charuta Fadnis, Ralph Merten, Friederike WinkowskiTopic: Market Overview & SizingSegments: Air, Car Rental & Ground Transportation, Cruise, Hotels & Lodging, Online Travel Agencies, Rail, Tours & PackagesRegion: EuropeResearch Type: Report
The U.S. leisure travel market was projected to grow 3% in 2017, pushing the market to an all-time high. Online bookings, meanwhile, continue to outpace the broader market, and will advance at nearly twice the pace of the total market for the next several years. The U.S. Online Travel Overview Seventeenth Edition Market Sheet provides quick and easy access to U.S. travel market sizing data from 2015-2021, including key sectors, segments and distribution channels.Analyst: Coney DongreTopic: Market Overview & SizingSegments: Air, Car Rental & Ground Transportation, Cruise, Hotels & Lodging, Online Travel Agencies, Rail, Tours & PackagesRegion: U.S. & CanadaResearch Type: Market Data Sheet
A decade after the debut of the first smartphone, people’s fascination with mobile devices shows no sign of abating. Travelers, and particularly business travelers, are no exception. This Spotlight focuses on the European business traveler – the devices they own and use, and how comfortable they are with up-and-coming technology.Analysts: Claudia Unger, Mark Blutstein, David JumanTopics: Business Travel, Consumer TrendsRegion: EuropeResearch Type: Article
Mobile messaging has grown rapidly over the past few years, and voice-activated assistants like Amazon’s Alexa are going mainstream. European consumers are definitely using these technologies, but what does it mean for travel? This Spotlight explores the extent to which European travelers are willing to shift to messaging and voice to facilitate their travel planning, shopping and experiences.Analysts: Cathy Walsh, Mark BlutsteinTopics: Mobile, Social & SearchRegion: EuropeResearch Type: Article