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Television, Social Media Sway Travelers the Most

A YouGov survey of more than 10,000 travelers in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia revealed that 75 percent said television shows and Facebook content were the most influential channels when it came to choosing a travel destination. ...

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Summer Travel Spending Higher Than Holidays

Adobe Digital Index’s 2016 Travel Report has revealed good news for hoteliers: Americans spend more on summer travel than on holiday shopping. Travel spending is expected to reach $3.05 billion over Memorial Day weekend, while Cyber Monday sales only reached ...

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Harris Poll Reveals Best Travel Brands

Today, Harris Poll released its 28th annual EquiTrend List, recognizing the best brands across several industries. In the travel industry, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Hampton by Hilton, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Microtel Inn & Suites, and W Hotels and Resorts ...

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Wealthy Women Boosting Luxury Travel Market

With a rise in the number of women with an ultra-high net worth (think millionaires and billionaires), the luxury travel industry is receiving a bump. These high-earning women are driving a rise in luxury health and wellness holidays and women-only ...

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Presidential Candidates on Travel-Related Issues

Travel-related issues, including visa waiver restrictions, immigration, and infrastructure, have been at the forefront of the political debate so far among U.S. presidential candidates. While Republican candidate Donald Trump continues to steal headlines for his proposed ban on Muslim travel ...

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U.S. Travel Market Experiences Gains in 2015

Lodging has pushed past air to become the largest segment of the U.S. travel market at $144 billion, according to a new report from Phocuswright. Lodging revenue increased 8 percent in 2015 following a 9 percent rise the year prior, ...

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