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Domestic person-trips for both leisure and business purposes rose by 50 million, a 2.4 percent increase, totaling 2.1 billion person-trips in 2014.
This report outlines the travel...Read more
America's time off habits, or lack thereof, have resulted in a record-setting waste of 658 million vacation days. More than half of American workers (55%) left vacation time unused in 2015 and...Read more
This first white paper of three in a white paper report series provides insight into leisure travel intentions and top motivators and detractors ...Read more
Economic impact statistics (travelers’ expenditures, travel-generated employment, payroll income and tax revenues) for the nation, each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia.Read more
Analysis of current and historical measurements of the U.S. travel industry, including domestic and international inbound travel volume and the impact of travel on the U.S. economy, as well as the importance of the United States in global tourism.Read more
An analysis of recent trends guiding the growth of global travel, and their effects on the United States as a major long-haul destination market. The following aspects of international travel are...Read more
Americans are taking less vacation than at any point in the last forty years—just 16 vacation days today, down from an average of over 20 days taken 15 years ago. America’s Lost Week is wiping out...Read more
Understand current travel trends and the U.S. demographics and economics driving those trends. Highlights include how the recession has impacted Millennials’ spending patterns, evolving travel...Read more
A curious thing has happened in America. In less than 15 years, U.S. workers have lost a week of vacation time. For decades, Americans used more than 20 vacation days....
At the end of 2014, the number of mobile devices exceeded the number of people on earth. With desktop online bookings on the decline, mobile is projected to continue to grow. Demand for mobile and...Read more