Articles tagged “Skift Research Estimates”

U.S. Travel Arrangement and Reservation Sector to Top $57 Billion in 2020: Skift Research Forecast

U.S. Travel Arrangement and Reservation Sector to Top $57 Billion in 2020: Skift Research Forecast

Haixia Wang , Skift Research

The travel arrangement and reservation services sector has experienced strong growth for the past few years and outperformed other major travel verticals. We believe this trend will continue in the next few years, aided by more digital transformation.

5 months ago

What’s Driving Growth for Travel’s Arrangement and Reservation Services: New Skift Research

What’s Driving Growth for Travel’s Arrangement and Reservation Services: New Skift Research

Haixia Wang, Skift Research

Travel advisors still exist; tour operators are the last sector to move to digital; online travel platforms are scrambling to keep the growth rate high. We are expecting to see more changes shaping the travel arrangement and reservation services sector in the next few years.

5 months ago

Brexit’s Toll on UK Travel, a 5-Year Projection: New Skift Research

Brexit’s Toll on UK Travel, a 5-Year Projection: New Skift Research

Wouter Geerts, Skift Research

The United Kingdom hasn’t left the European Union just yet, but the impact of the Brexit vote is already being felt by the travel industry. Things will likely get worse when the UK actually leaves.

9 months ago

The Impact of Brexit on the Travel Industry: New Skift Research

The Impact of Brexit on the Travel Industry: New Skift Research

Wouter Geerts, Skift Research

The UK is an important contributor to global travel, but the uncertainty over Brexit will impact its place in the world and its residents’ willingness to spend on international vacations. The questions are just how and where the impact will be felt most.

9 months ago

Alternative Accommodations Are Growing Nearly Twice as Fast as Hotels in Europe: New Skift Research

Alternative Accommodations Are Growing Nearly Twice as Fast as Hotels in Europe: New Skift Research

Seth Borko, Skift Research

Alternative accommodations have long been more prominent in Europe than in the U.S. And that sector is only growing larger as it expands more than 1.7 times as fast as hotels on the continent.

10 months ago

What’s Driving Europe’s Shifting Accommodation Industry: New Skift Research

What’s Driving Europe’s Shifting Accommodation Industry: New Skift Research

Seth Borko, Skift Research

The European Union is the largest tourism destination in the world. Its accommodation sector is critical infrastructure supporting all of those travelers. Understand what shifts are taking place not just at the top level but also across subsectors, countries, and companies.

10 months ago

Where Do Americans Spend Their Travel Dollars? New Skift Research

Where Do Americans Spend Their Travel Dollars? New Skift Research

Seth Borko, Skift Research

Take a deep dive into American travel spending habits by category, demographics, and destinations — and over time.

12 months ago

What You Need to Know About the American Leisure Traveler: New Skift Research

What You Need to Know About the American Leisure Traveler: New Skift Research

Seth Borko, Skift Research

The U.S. is one of the most diverse countries in the world, and its residents' travel habits reflect that. That makes studying different demographics and travel spending categories key to understanding the American traveler.

12 months ago

Two Decades of Outbound Travel Visualized: New Skift Research

Two Decades of Outbound Travel Visualized: New Skift Research

Seth Borko, Skift Research

We often think of international travel in terms of the destination we are visiting. But the origin country of departures can be just as important for spotting trends in the industry.

1 year ago

Half a Billion New International Trips in Next Decade: Skift Research Forecast

Half a Billion New International Trips in Next Decade: Skift Research Forecast

Seth Borko, Skift Research

With 500 million additional new international trips expected over the next decade, it's unlikely that the average traveler in 2029 will look like the traveler of today.

1 year ago

Forecasting Travel Departures Over the Next Decade: New Skift Research

Forecasting Travel Departures Over the Next Decade: New Skift Research

Seth Borko, Skift Research

As many as four out of the next five new outbound travelers in the next decade could come from the emerging world. Are you prepared for the center of gravity in travel to shift?

1 year ago

Homesharing Will Take a Bigger Bite of Hotel Market Share: New Skift Research

Homesharing Will Take a Bigger Bite of Hotel Market Share: New Skift Research

Haixia Wang , Skift Research

As one of the largest travel sectors, accommodations will continue to grow as travel becomes an even more integral part of consumer lifestyles. Yet it remains to be seen if the disruption from alternative accommodations will fundamentally shake up the entire sector.

1 year ago