79 reports

  • THE EVOLUTION OF ONLINE TRAVEL
  • THE EVOLUTION OF ONLINE TRAVEL

The travel industry is expected to record healthy growth over the 2014-2019 period, driven by a steady rise in tourist flows, with Asia Pacific countries predicted to generate especially strong performances. The online travel category is currently experiencing rapid change with mobile channel, personalisation and peer-to-peer travel services...

  • Online Travel
  • Travel
  • World
  • Demand
  • Expedia, Inc.

Global Online Travel Bookings Market (2017 - 2023) Table of Contents: Global Online Travel Bookings Market Chapter ##.

  • Online Travel
  • North America
  • United States
  • Demographic
  • Positive Consumer Experience Drives Online Travel Sales
  • A Positive Consumer Experience the Major Driver of Online Travel Sales

In 2018, travel intermediaries continued to recover from significant financial difficulties and a wave of bankruptcies. Operators benefited from growing consumer demand for package holidays as well as the improved relationship between Russia and Turkey. However, Vim-Avia also had an impact on the performance of travel intermediaries, particularly...

  • Online Travel
  • Russia
  • Demand
  • Online Travel Intermediaries Outperform Traditional Operators
  • the Consumer Experience Is Important in Online Travel Sales To Residents

In 2018, the Ukrainian economy continued to recover, positively impacting the travel industry. Stronger purchasing power and increased confidence led to the return of consumer demand for travel products. Companies benefited from growing consumer demand for tour packages, mainly to beach destinations, as well as improved connections with EU...

  • Online Travel
  • Travel And Tourism
  • Ukraine
  • Demand

Europe Online Travel Market 2016 ##.

  • Online Travel
  • Travel And Tourism
  • Europe
  • United States
  • Demand

The 2019-2024 Outlook for Online Travel in China ## INTRODUCTION ##. ## OVERVIEW ##. ## WHAT IS LATENT DEMAND AND THE P. I. E.?

  • Online Travel
  • China
  • Demand

The 2019-2024 Outlook for Online Travel in India ## INTRODUCTION ##. ## OVERVIEW ##. ## WHAT IS LATENT DEMAND AND THE P. I. E.?

  • Online Travel
  • India
  • Demand

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  • Online Travel
  • Travel
  • United States
  • World
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

Online travel sales to residents increased by 9% in current value terms during 2017, which is similar to the CAGR of 11% posted over the review period. The fastest growth was seen by lodging direct online sales to residents, with a 14% current value increase to reach CZK3.8 billion. This category grew mainly thanks to the growing share of...

  • Online Travel
  • Czech Republic
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

As Australian consumers increase their familiarity with e-commerce and extend their expectations of digital platforms across all industries, online sales to residents experience growth across the board – and the travel market is no exception. High levels of investment in technology by businesses and government, and significant adoption benefited...

  • Online Travel
  • Travel And Tourism
  • Australia
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

Online travel sales to residents in Slovenia grew by a significant 13% current value growth rate to reach EUR181 million, which was in line with the ongoing trend of rising penetration rates, especially among the younger generations that are driving this growth further and to whom the companies are adjusting their go-to market strategies....

  • Online Travel
  • Slovenia
  • Demand
  • CATEGORY DATA
  • Passport 1

Online travel sales to residents continued its positive performance in 2017 as the population embraced the channel as trustworthy. The strongest positive impact on the channel is that since it was introduced and began to grow, there have been no negative reports of scandals related to online sales. It could be said that it is...

  • Online Travel
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

Online travel sales to residents grew strongly in retail current value terms in 2017. Growth in 2017 was driven by millennials and the urban population. These consumers view travel as a lifestyle choice, rather than simply as an annual family holiday. Furthermore, demonetisation helped to grow online travel sales during the year. Railway bookings...

  • Online Travel
  • Travel And Tourism
  • India
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

Online travel sales to residents recorded strong growth in 2017, thanks to rising internet penetration and greater familiarisation with online payment options. Furthermore, players also focused on building better websites to draw more customers online. Other transport direct online sales to residents saw the fastest growth in 2017. In 2014,...

  • Online Travel
  • Vietnam
  • Demand
  • September 2017
  • Passport 1

2016’s GDP growth of 6.8% in the Philippines was the 11th highest globally. The economy is thus expected to grow by a solid pace as the government’s initiatives including infrastructural spending are paying dividends. Construction and financial intermediation, which includes real estate, renting and business activities, were the fastest growing...

  • Online Travel
  • Philippines
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

Online travel sales to residents surged by 21% in 2017, to reach BGN1.3 billion. Exceptionally strong growth helped expand the relative share of online sales to 27% of total sales, from 23% the year before. The key growth driver was sales of airline tickets – both by agencies and airlines – as low-cost airlines doubled the number...

  • Online Travel
  • Bulgaria
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

Online travel sales to residents performed quite well in Germany in 2017, growing 4% to reach EUR31.7 billion. All categories contributed to the positive development, with the fastest growth in lodging and the slowest in airlines and car rental direct online sales to residents. In Germany, online travel sales gained further ground...

  • Online Travel
  • Germany
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

In 2017, online travel sales to residents saw dynamic growth of 9% in current value terms to reach EUR18.1 billion. The positive growth is derived from the strong spread of the internet, and PC and mobile devices among Italian consumers. In fact, Italians are spending more time per day online with increased usage of the net. Euromonitor...

  • Online Travel
  • Italy
  • Demand
  • September 2017
  • Passport 1

Although South Africa’s online channel is still at its infancy stage by global standards, the review period saw travel companies across all categories investing in the online channel to offer travel services. Online travel sales to residents recorded current value growth of 9% in 2017 to reach ZAR36.5 billion. Many travel industry...

  • Online Travel
  • Tourism
  • South Africa
  • Demand
  • CATEGORY DATA
  • Passport 1

Online travel sales to residents recorded 6% current value growth in 2017, increasing to SEK73.4 billion. No specific category within online travel sales stood out in 2017, as all of them posted robust current value growth, with those coming from a smaller base naturally showing the highest increases. This strong development...

  • Online Travel
  • Travel And Tourism
  • Sweden
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • TRENDS

In 2017, increasing customer preference for and trust in online reservations and payments and successful company-level investments in their online operations continued to boost the performance of online travel sales to residents. Consequently, online travel sales to residents registered current value growth of 19%. Euromonitor International’s...

  • Online Travel
  • Travel And Tourism
  • Turkey
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

Online travel sales to residents is gaining ground over offline sales. The combination of an expanding travel market and increasing purchasing power are resulting in significant growth of online travel sales to residents. Increased purchasing power is a direct consequence of growing disposable income, the economic recovery and...

  • Online Travel
  • Portugal
  • Demand
  • September 2017
  • Passport 1

Online travel sales to residents grew by a strong 14% in 2017 – faster than offline sales. Internet penetration is relatively high and growing in Saudi Arabia and the population is becoming more used to the idea of making purchases online, especially as this channel offers time and money savings. The category is also being boosted...

  • Online Travel
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

Online travel sales to residents increased by 12% in 2017, slightly less overall than the previous year as a result of the inclusion of more offline payment options. According to CNBV 92% of the adult population prefer to use cash, leading online players of different industries to include offline payment methods in order to be...

  • Online Travel
  • Mexico
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • TRENDS

Online travel sales to residents registered current retail value growth of 10% in 2017 to reach EUR17.3 billion, broadly in line with the review period CAGR of 12%. Euromonitor International’s Online Travel Sales to Residents in Spain report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides...

  • Online Travel
  • Travel And Tourism
  • Spain
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

In 2017, online travel sales to residents recorded growth of 8% in current value terms. The rising number of people using debit/credit cards, along with the proliferation of online platforms offering online sales and bookings, such as those operated by Royal Air Maroc SA and Air Arabia PJSC, mean that more travel tickets are...

  • Online Travel
  • Morocco
  • Demand
  • September 2017
  • Passport 1

Online travel sales to residents recorded a strong performance in 2017 to reach KRW20.1 trillion. Airline direct online sales to residents was the winner in terms of actual value growth, while other transport direct online sales to residents witnessed the lowest growth rate in the category, as other transport operators are rather...

  • Online Travel
  • Travel And Tourism
  • South Korea
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • MOBILE TRAVEL SALES TO RESIDENTS

The category registered current retail value growth of 26% in 2017 due to high internet usage by Egyptians and the greater convenience of the online booking process. Euromonitor International’s Online Travel Sales to Residents in Egypt report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides...

  • Online Travel
  • Egypt
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

The momentum that online travel sales to residents gained during 2017 clearly shows that the internet is a channel via which consumers are buying more than they used to years ago. All categories showed positive performances and can be considered winners. Amongst the ones that stood out with the strongest growth in 2017 were airlines...

  • Online Travel
  • Colombia
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • CATEGORY DATA

Online travel sales to residents continued to profit from several factors in 2017. On the one hand, there are growing number of people in Austria who are digitally-savvy (also known as “digital immigrants” or “digital natives”). The number of so-called “digital outsiders” is thus decreasing. Both the younger population (18-35),...

  • Online Travel
  • Travel And Tourism
  • Austria
  • Demand