Stark tourism’s weekly update
Stark Tourism Weekly Update
16 December 2016, Issue 15
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More Than 40 Percent Of Business Trips Are Extended For Leisure Purposes
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Overall, the study found that 43 percent of all business trips, across domestic and international destinations, are bleisure trips. In general bleisure travellers often have compressed and complex purchase patterns and are influenced by a variety of factors, including trip location, sightseeing and activities in destination, and trip proximity to the weekend. Read More...
Top 2017 Millennial Travel Experiences Revealed
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Contiki, the global tour operator specializing in once-in-a-lifetime experiences for young travellers, recently polled over 5,000 18-35 year olds around the world to discover what motivates them to travel and create the The No Regrets List, the top 20 bucket list travel experiences for 2017. Read More...
TUI Holiday Atlas 2016: Europeans Spend The Year Changing
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The TUI Holiday Atlas 2016 shows, for the first time, the habits of the guests, the differences between the European countries and the trend destinations of 2016. Read More...
Americans Willing To Spend More And Prioritize Travel In 2017
The survey reveals Americans will increase travel spending and identifies the top domestic and international destinations. Read More...
Changing Travellers' Behaviour Can Cut Travel Over-spend Up To 15%
Recent research found that corporations could reduce travel over-spend by enforcing existing corporate travel policies. Read More...
Global Airlines' Profits To Top $29Bn In 2017 On High Oil Prices
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2017 is expected to be the eighth year in a row of aggregate airline profitability. Expected higher oil prices will have the biggest impact on the outlook for 2017. Read More...
What Brands Need to Know About Online Travel Content Consumption and Booking Habits
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The new study identifies trends of the American, British and Canadian online travel shopper throughout the inspiration, consideration and booking phases.Read More...
Save The Dates
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ILTM JAPAN
TTF NEW DELHI 
ITB BERLIN
MITT MOSCOW
BTL LISBON
SCOTTISH TOURISM WEEK GLASGOW
SALON MONDIAL DU TOURISME PARIS
 
Shape Of The Global Aviation Market For Boeing
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Over the next 20 years, Boeing is forecasting a need for over 39,600 airplanes valued at more than $5.9 trillion. Aviation is becoming more diverse, with approximately 38 percent of all new airplanes being delivered to airlines based in the Asia region. An additional 40 percent will be delivered to airlines in Europe and North America, with the remaining 22 percent to be delivered to the Middle East, Latin America, the Commonwealth of Independent States, and Africa. Single-aisle airplanes command the largest share of new deliveries,with airlines needing over 28,100. These new airplanes will continue to stimulate growth for low-cost carriers.

Source: Current Market Outlook Report, Boeing
 
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