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The cruise and packaged travel segments are entirely leisure-driven, and each remain heavily dependent on traditional travel agency distribution. In 2018, the cruise market is projected to grow more rapidly than packaged travel, at 10% versus 4%, respectively. This report provides complete sizing and analysis on the U.S. cruise and packaged travel segments, including online versus offline bookings, distribution dynamics, OTA versus supplier dynamics and projections through 2022.Analysts: Michael Coletta, Mary Pat Sullivan, Cathy WalshTopic: Market Overview & SizingSegments: Cruise, Tours & PackagesRegion: U.S. & CanadaResearch Type: Report
China is among the world’s fastest-growing economies, and its travel market is projected to grow 9-11% annually for the next several years. This continued growth is being driven by more citizens joining the traveling class, improvements in transportation infrastructure, and suppliers and intermediaries tailoring their products to the Chinese traveler. This report provides market sizing, trends and analysis on the Chinese leisure travel market, with projections through 2021.Analysts: Maggie Rauch, Coney Dongre, Deepak JainTopic: Market Overview & SizingRegion: Asia PacificResearch Type: Report
In the relatively mature U.S. online travel market, the days of easy online growth are a thing of the past. As organic gains slow, the battle for market share among suppliers and intermediaries is increasingly competitive. As both suppliers and OTAs strive to attract website visitors and boost online bookings, mobile has emerged as a wild card, with traveler behavior varying significantly by segment and channel. This report assesses online shopping and purchase dynamics by considering a range of factors, including channel, device, operating system and loyalty status.Analysts: Cathy Walsh, Deepak Jain, Douglas QuinbyTopics: Mobile, Social & SearchSegments: Air, Hotels & Lodging, Online Travel AgenciesResearch Type: Report
Travel industry segments don’t come much more consolidated than car rental; in the U.S., three parent companies account for 95% of U.S. car rental revenue. Yet this mature market – large and slow-moving – all but cries out for innovation, just as a slew of disruptive upstarts promise to provide it. This report examines the major trends shaping the U.S. car rental market, including market sizing and projections through 2017, the rental and digital behavior of U.S. leisure and business travelers, and the impact of ride-hailing services on car rental use.Analysts: Robert Lovitt, Douglas Quinby, Maggie RauchTopics: Consumer Trends, Market Overview & SizingSegment: Car Rental & Ground TransportationRegion: U.S. & CanadaResearch 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
Economic and geopolitical factors weighed down the U.S. travel industry in 2016. While leisure demand was resilient, weakness in the corporate sector was a significant headwind, and overall the market was projected to eke out just 1% growth. Phocuswright’s U.S. Online Travel Overview Sixteenth 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 analyzes trends in market share, technological innovation and consumer behavior that are influencing the marketplace, incorporating historical results and providing a five-year forecast. In addition, it includes detailed sizing and analysis of the U.S. online travel agency marketplace, as well as the air, hotel and lodging, and car rental segments.Analysts: Maggie Rauch, Alice Jong, Brandie Wright, Lorraine SileoTopic: Market Overview & SizingSegments: Air, Car Rental & Ground Transportation, Cruise, Hotels & Lodging, Online Travel Agencies, RailRegion: U.S. & CanadaResearch Type: Report