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How Americans’ Vacation Time Fell Victim to the Internet, Mobile and Corporate Culture

A lot has to change before Americans start vacationing as much they did pre-2000, including a shift in corporate culture that encourages and supports employees taking better care of themselves and their loved ones.

5 Charts That Show Where U.S. Hotels’ Opportunities Are in 2015

Following the state of the U.S. hotel industry is a lot like riding a roller coaster. Visualizing the constant changes through straightforward charts like these is one way to stay on top of things.

4 Key Charts That Show the Rapid Demographic Shifts in Global Tourism

The global tourism map has been redrawn and we're already seeing travel brands feverishly try to break into developing markets at a heightened pace. The question is whether those markets' own hotel and airline competitors will have the gumption to take on that foreign entrenchment.

11 Charts Showing the Changing Nature of U.S. Outbound Travelers’ Trips

Online travel agencies have a lot to worry about these days, and although they're still one of the main booking sources, the higher percentage of U.S. outbound travelers booking directly with airlines and hotels has to have them worried.

The Next Great Untapped Airline Fee Is Getting off the Plane First

Deplaning early is a silly, impractical idea. But are we getting to the point that airlines are going to add a fee to have a charging station at your seat? Affirmative.

8 Charts That Show the Outlook for Global Airfares and Hotel Rates in 2016

Emerging economies will grow faster than advanced economies during 2016 and that has several implications for the cost of travel.

8 Charts That Show the State of International Car Rentals in the U.S.

Will this increase in car rentals change as the on-demand car services like Uber become a lot more ubiquitous, especially as they break into airports across the U.S.? That is a real possibility.

9 Charts That Show the World’s Most Competitive Travel Economies in 2015

Lots of complex geopolitical forces are at play when it comes to future developments in the global travel economy, and rankings such as these show how the historical incumbents are being challenged by all types of local, regional, global and digital changes.

9 Charts That Show the Health of International Business Travel Into the U.S.

Though the numbers for 2015 will be affected by the strong dollar, it is good to see the diversification of the international business traveler profile coming to the U.S.

7 Charts That Show the Health of U.S. Travel Economy in 2015 and Beyond

So much more needs to be done on making it easier for the world to come to visit America, from a policy, infrastructure, and experience perspective. Especially as the dollar's power makes visiting the U.S. tougher.