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Domestic Travel Spend Will Be Nearly Halved in 2020
(Northstar Meetings Group, 2020-11-17)
Although many travel researchers marveled at at the increase in domestic travel throughout the summer months, the number of people traveling domestically annually remains nearly half of what it was in 2019. Travel jobs ...
Second UK lockdown hurts hotels in run-up to holidays
(Hotel News Now, 2020-11-25)
England's second lockdown entailed an unsurprising drop in travel and travel confidence ahead of the holiday season. Although travel was restricted domestically, English hotels continue to suffer from the nonexistent ...
Survey: 71% of hotels won't survive another six months without further government relief
(American Hotel & Lodging Association, 2020-11-18)
A recent survey done by the American Hotel & Lodging Associations indicates the Hotel and Lodging Industry is in dire need of a second round of relief from Congress. Alarming statistics from their study detail 71% of hotels ...
Survey: Americans Prioritize Future Travel With Family
(Lodging Magazine, 2020-11-23)
The Let's Go There movement has wracked up over 3,000 travel organization since it's launch in September. Although times are extremely financially tough, many Americans remain dedicated to domestic travel with their family. ...
U.S. Department of Transportation Puts Airline Interests Over Consumer Protection
The U.S. Department of Transportation is in the process of adding procedural obstacles prior to government regulation. The new rules will be set in stone in 30 days following the publishing of the rules to the Federal Register.
Innovation, recovery, renewal: What the travel industry can expect in 2021
Similar to recent travel research regarding the 2021 marker, SAP Concur identified business as travel slow to return and an increased trip duration for travelers. However, SAP Concur also noted the use of AI to assist with ...
US RevPar decline grows in October
(Hotel News Now, 2020-11-25)
Although STR reported the U.S. RevPar declining in October, their 2021 forecast has improved with the onset of post Labor Day travel. Additionally, group demand is making a slow comeback with the influx of educational, ...
Deloitte: Demand for Leisure Travel Picks Up
(Lodging Magazine, 2020-11-25)
Deloitte's Global State of the Consumer Tracker details a wave of customer confidence in leisure travel. These findings improve month by month as the COVID-19 pandemic progresses across the United States. Hotels and Americans ...
U.S. Travelers Flock to Leisure Market Hotels During Thanksgiving Holiday Week
Thanksgiving travel breaths a small amount of life back into the hotel industry, specifically drive-to, leisure, and warm weather destinations. Key West, Vail, and Santa Barbra were at almost 50% occupancy over the holiday ...
Social Media in 2021: The new MVP for hospitality
Social media provided a lifeline for many within the hospitality industry throughout the pandemic. 2021 will no different as the industry and those who support it will look to maintain and expand their brand, diversity and ...