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About the Travel Report - The Travel Trend Report offers a valuable peek into the future trends occurring in the world of cruises, tourism and hotels. From developments within the airline industry and the airport industry, to changes in the world of luxury retreats, there have been shifts in consumer travel and vacation options. Even amidst the increased demand for ultra cheap flights, a rise in luxury airline trends and travel trends has come into play as well.

Who It's For - Any company involved with the travel, hotel or airline industry – from business professionals in the airport industry to hotel management or design – will benefit from our tailored research.

The Travel Trend Report outlines the major travel trends affecting the travel and tourism industries. Find out how you can take advantage of the changes within these industries by using our report to identify emerging patterns and opportunities for innovation.

The Travel Trend Report, last published on Apr 22, 2014, includes 59 PRO Trends and 405 examples of travel market research and travel consumer trends related to: tourism trends, cruises, hotels, airline industry, airports, luxury retreats, vacation spots, cheap flights, luxury travel and travel trends.

Custom Trend Reports - Jeremy Gutsche
trend research methodology Methodology - Our travel research is based on Trend Hunter's 2,574 crowdsourced travel trends and 1,917,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

What You'll Get:
• 59 Page / Slide Presentation Travel PPT Report

Contents:
• 59 Travel PRO Trends
• 405 Travel Examples
• 57 Travel Videos (Online) Travel Videos
• 2,430 Travel Images (Online) Travel Images
• Additional Niche Reports (with a full subscription): Hotels, Resorts, Tourism, Luggage, UK, B&B, Hostel, South America, Asia, Africa, North America and more!

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Sample Travel Pro Trends - Each Travel PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online travel articles, videos and images. Examples:

Supercharged Tourism Exoticism in travel ensures more through escape from reality Implications - The tourism industry has been one of the hardest hit by the recession, but by offering experiences that propose improvement in well-being -- such as an escape from reality through extreme immersion in foreign environments -- businesses have a chance at unrivaled success. An enticing escape from discomfort will always generate buyers.
Supercharged Tourism
Exoticism in travel ensures more through escape from reality
10 Examples + Score + Implications


Virtual Globetrotting Experiencing the wonders of the world without leaving home Implications - Virtual tourism has allowed travelers to see the world without leaving home or spending a dime. Those with time restraints, tight budgets or fear of travel can immerse themselves in digital simulations of real and imagined destinations, whetting their appetites for the real thing.
Virtual Globetrotting
Experiencing the wonders of the world without leaving home
12 Examples + Score + Implications


Egyptianizing The ancient civilization becomes the epitome of exoticism Implications - Photography, art, design, fashion and architecture are all getting the Egyptian treatment, and consumers are looking to own a piece of the faraway land with Egypt-inspired products. Providing inspiration ranging from pyramids to the legendary female pharaoh, the Arabic country, for Western consumers, has become the epitome of exoticism.
Egyptianizing
The ancient civilization becomes the epitome of exoticism
12 Examples + Score + Implications


Lesscapism Less luxury is more as consumers search for a truly unique vacation Implications - Increased dependence on technology and an addiction to material goods are making some consumers seek less luxurious alternatives when vacationing. Escaping their extensive digital media use and material possessions, these consumers are choosing rustic tourist attractions that boast a harsher realism, providing an experience that is more refreshing than daily extravagance.
Lesscapism
Less luxury is more as consumers search for a truly unique vacation
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Borrowed Luxury High-end rentals allow less affluent consumers temporary indulgences Implications - In 2009, we discovered 'Rental Culture,' in which consumers were renting everything from art to apparel in an effort to save money during the recession. Now, consumers have more discretionary income at their fingertips and are thus going bigger with their rentals. Renting a couture gown or luxury vehicle is less costly than actually purchasing it, which helps to alleviate feelings of buyer's remorse or guilt, and they also allow the less wealthy the chance to reward themselves with some much-deserved indulgence, if only for a day or two.
Borrowed Luxury
High-end rentals allow less affluent consumers temporary indulgences
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Pop Culture Vacations Hotels are taking inspiration from movies and media to attract visitors Implications - The numerous references made to pop culture and media within today’s society has inspired those running vacation spots and hotels to do the same in hopes to attract more visitors. Targeting fans of much-loved pop culture characters like Batman and James Bond, those in the travel business are sure to appeal to movie fans with their creative themed designs.
Pop Culture Vacations
Hotels are taking inspiration from movies and media to attract visitors
4 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 53 more Travel PRO Trends and 405 examples!


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