In new research by TMR, agents report their luxury sales are growing 300% faster than the overall market.
BA's chairman says the leisure segment will be increasingly important.
Top-producing travel agents didn’t pull any punches when asked what they need to increase sales to Mexico even more. And their suggestions varied widely. Part three in our coverage of the new TMR survey.
Coming off a record year of welcoming 35 million international visitors, Mexico is seeing strong growth in a number of key segments among North American travelers, U.S. and Canadian travel agents report in a new survey by Travel Market Report.
A new Travel Market Report survey shows North American travel to Mexico remains strong, political rhetoric notwithstanding.
In the luxury market, for suppliers that want to show real ROI, robustly embracing the trade is the smart strategy.
Online websites for the most frequent of frequent travelers spell out just what the customer needs. Travel agents, are you listening?
During The New York Times Travel Show, executives from European tourist boards and the European Travel Commission pitched travel agent attendees on why they should recommend a European vacation to clients this year.
Qatar Airways plans to introduce a new business class seat during ITB in March, its CEO Akbar Al Baker told consumer publication Business Traveller.
The airline is adding 15 new destinations this year and next, and its boss said the new business-class seat will be designed for its Boeing 777, 787 and A350 aircraft. He also told the British magazine that the new Doha airport Hamad International will be expanded to more than double capacity to 65 million people annually.
Hundreds of top travel industry executives partied late into the night at Cipriani 42nd Street last night to pay homage to Valerie Wilson Travel.