Travel and tourism companies are impacted by external factors. Whether that’s a global pandemic, climate change, consumer confidence, fuel prices, regulations, infrastructure issues, fluctuating exchange rates, or economic shocks. The list is endless. Our understanding of the industry and the challenges it faces enables us to offer subscription and consultancy services that allow clients to make better decisions for the short and long term.
How we can help
We have a unique combination of world-leading models, datasets, and industry expertise, enabling us to answer our clients' important questions.
Our world-leading globally integrated economic model is based on the latest trends and assumptions to ensure that data is optimised for your needs. This feeds into a series of industry, sub-regional, city and tourism models, which provides a rigorous and consistent structure for forecasting, scenario analysis, stress testing and impact analysis.
Our global tourism database, of origin-destination visitor flows, nights and spending, enables us to provide the actionable and credible travel and tourism activity analyses that you can rely on.
Travel and tourism consulting
Our specialist consultants have undertaken many projects for travel and tourism clients, helping them to make the decisions to build, manage, protect, and grow their businesses. They also provide them with the information they need to influence the conversations that will impact their future, and the future of the industry.
Air Passenger Forecasts
Passenger air travel forecasts for the 4,000 most travelled routes across the world.Find out more
Global City Travel
Detailed and comparable inbound and outbound travel intelligence for 300+ cities globally.Find out more
Global Travel Service
Detailed travel and tourism market trends and forecasts for 185 countries globally.Find out more
International State Travel
Travel data covering international visits and nights by source country to the 50 United States.Find out more
Cruise Intelligence Platform
Detailed cruise and port activities to help understand the current and future trends, supply imbalances and identify opportunities.Find out more
Global Key Themes for Travel and Tourism in 2022
Recovery in international travel will gather pace during 2022, but there will be some further reductions in activity early in the year along with clear risks related to the new Omicron variant. Short-haul intra-regional travel is still likely to see fastest recovery.
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