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25 Mobile Travel Data Points To Start Your Week

@rafat

May 12, 2014 7:30 am

Skift Take

Expect lots of investments from brands large and small to happen over the next few years, as new mobile booking experiences as-yet-undreamt will crop up, and change consumer behavior all over again.

— Rafat Ali

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Mobile travel and the resulting mobile bookings is the biggest source of activity and growth happening in the global travel industry. Expect lots of investments from brands large and small to happen over the next few years, as new booking experiences as-yet-undreamt will crop up, and change consumer behavior all over again.

Or so everyone’s betting.

We at Skift have been covering the mobile travel sector from our start. In fact, we even came out with an omnibus report on it recently.

Through our newly launch @skiftstats Twitter feed, we have also been tracking various data points on the changing digital travel market, especially mobile travel behavior and bookings. Below are 25 stats just from the start of this month, which gives a great overview of all the activity in the sector.

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