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Trends in Hotel Loyalty Programmes

Members of loyalty programmes account for a large proportion of hotels’ occupancy and revenues, with many hotels reporting at least 30% of occupancy coming from their members. Not only do robust membership numbers help with potential revenue opportunities, both within programmes and in terms of sales of points to partners, but they also help persuade […]
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World Cup 2010 Is A Success

The FIFA World Cup 2010 was held in South Africa between 11 June and 11 July 2010. Despite pre-tournament concerns about security and readiness, the competition was considered a success. Visitor numbers reached over 300,000 specifically visiting for the tournament, spending over US$1.5 billion during the month-long event. Over 60% of these were visiting South […]
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A Look at Airline Loyalty Programmes

Airlines in the US have the highest membership counts for their frequent flyer programmes in the world. While a large population helps support these figures, the US also has a large air network dominated by domestic flights and many flyers sign up for multiple programmes across carriers. Multiple memberships are not likely in Europe, with […]
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2010 a big year for US open skies agreements

In 2010, the US signed open skies agreements with Israel, Barbados and Colombia. The agreement with Colombia is the US’s 100th open skies agreement. The US initiated open skies agreements with national governments during the 1990s to deregulate international air travel. Open skies agreements allow air carriers from each country to set their own routes, […]
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Cambodia – an emerging destination

From 2004 to 2009, Cambodia was among the fastest growing countries for the number of arrivals, doubling over the period to reach just over 2 million in 2009. Incoming tourist receipts grew by 160% over the same period to total US$1.5 billion. However, the global recession put the brakes on the annual double digit growth, but arrivals still grew by 1.7% in 2009.
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Travel Promotion Act passes in the US

On 4 March 2010, President Obama signed the Travel Promotion Act into law. The new law creates the Corporation for Travel Promotion, which is a not-for-profit organization. The Corporation will be responsible for promoting the US internationally as well as educating international visitors on visa and security requirements.
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    The Freedom to Travel to Cuba Act

    Click here to listen – In this episode of Globalcast, Euromonitor research manager Michelle Grant discusses the Freedom to Travel to Cuba Act and the impact it could have on travel should it pass in the coming years. Learn about: The push to lift the travel ban for Americans The role of the Cuban Ministry […]
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    The Obama Effect – the Impact on the Global Travel and Tourism Industry

    Click here to listen – In this episode of Globalcast, Euromonitor International analyst Michelle Grant analyzes the impact President-elect Barack Obama will have on the global travel industry How international travel destinations will benefit from the election President-elect Obama’s expected involvement with the visa waiver program How will inbound tourism into the US be affected? […]
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    President Obama Signs Tourism Bill

    Download as an MP3 On January 19, 2012, President Obama signed an executive order allowing a task force to create a national tourism strategy in the US. Michelle Grant, travel and tourism industry research manager at Euromonitor, explains the strategy that will be set forth by this bill. The task force will promote national parks, […]
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