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.
Developed by the U.S. Travel Association, the Travel Price Index (TPI) measures the one-month change in the cost of travel ("travel inflation") away from home in the United States on a seasonally adjusted basis and the 12-month change of the cost of travel away from home in the U.S. on a seasonally unadjusted basis. The TPI is released monthly and is directly comparable to the CPI.
This first of its kind forward-looking report -- based on 30 billion global online lodging searches from 5,000 consumer travel websites (representing nearly 60 percent of all global lodging searches and conversions) is aggregated exclusively for U.S. Travel by nSight.
Monthly economic indicator that tracks the pace and direction of travel to and within the United States. The index provides comprehensive, data-driven insight on the U.S. travel industry, measuring and predicting the growth of international inbound, domestic business and domestic leisure travel.