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Business Travel

Diminished Prospects: Business Travel Spending Unlikely to Reach Pre-2019 Levels

Business travel spending faces an uphill battle: Stringent corporate policies and a growing preference for video conferencing diminish prospects for reaching 2019 levels.

Diminished Prospects: Business Travel Spending Unlikely to Reach Pre-2019 Levels

Tourism

Travel Spending to Hold Steady in 2023: New Skift Research U.S. Travel Tracker

Despite rising prices, many U.S. travelers are protecting their travel budgets, said the latest survey by Skift Research. We're cautiously optimistic about this trend.

Travel Spending to Hold Steady in 2023: New Skift Research U.S. Travel Tracker

Skift Research

U.S. Travel Tracker: Q1 2023 Highlights

Despite rising prices and economic uncertainty, many U.S. travelers seem to be ring-fencing their travel budgets from spending cuts.

U.S. Travel Tracker: Q1 2023 Highlights

Business Travel

Business Travel Is Essential But Constrained: New Skift Research

Business travel spending is unlikely to reach 2019 levels in the near future as corporations are implementing stringent travel policies and the availability of video conferencing options is expected to displace a share of business traffic.

Business Travel Is Essential But Constrained: New Skift Research

Skift Research

Business Travelers: A Multi-Country Survey ReportĀ 

Business travel spending is unlikely to reach 2019 levels in the near future as corporations are implementing stringent travel policies and the availability of video conferencing options is expected to displace a share of business traffic.

Business Travelers: A Multi-Country Survey ReportĀ 

Tourism

A Third of Americans Plans to Cut Back on Travel Spending This Year: New Skift Research U.S. Travel Tracker

An increasing number of Americans have started to feel the pinch of increasing travel prices. Thirty-four percent of Americans, 10 percentage points higher than last October, plan to decrease their spending on travel in the next 12 months.

A Third of Americans Plans to Cut Back on Travel Spending This Year: New Skift Research U.S. Travel Tracker

Skift Research

U.S. Travel Tracker: December 2022

An increasing number of Americans have started to feel the pinch of increasing travel prices. 34 percent of Americans, 10 percentage points higher than last October, plan to decrease their spending on travel in the next 12 months.

U.S. Travel Tracker: December 2022

Hotels

Global Accommodation Revenue in 2022 is 95 Percent of 2019

Americas' share of global accommodation revenue witnessed an increase during the pandemic given its very large domestic travel market. The dynamics are expected to change when travel restrictions in China wane, and its large domestic travel market flourishes again.

Global Accommodation Revenue in 2022 is 95 Percent of 2019

Skift Research

Global Accommodation Sector Market Estimates 2022

The global accommodation sector is witnessing a fast-paced recovery with 2022 revenue levels not far from reaching pre-pandemic levels. A closer look into the industry performance shows interesting variations in the pace of recovery as we review regions and sub-sectors.

Global Accommodation Sector Market Estimates 2022

Hotels

Global Accommodation Sector Market Estimates 2022: New Skift Research

The global accommodation sector is witnessing a fast-paced recovery with 2022 revenue levels not far from reaching pre-pandemic levels. A closer look into the industry performance shows interesting variations in the pace of recovery as we review regions and sub-sectors.

Global Accommodation Sector Market Estimates 2022: New Skift Research