years of forecasting experience
cities worldwide covered
economists and analysts
Our experienced experts in the travel and tourism sector deliver tailored research and data to support your unique challenges.
- Visitor impacts: Understand the full economic value of visitors to your destination
Industry impacts: Assess the economic contribution of an industry sub-sector
- Event impacts: Custom analysis of events, including the benefits of large-scale scheduled events and the costs of crises and natural disasters
- Project impacts: Establish the value of an attraction, property, or new investment to secure government support for a project
Custom Forecast Models
We build forecasting models to predict travel demand for every major global market and traveller segment. These models have established proven track records for accuracy because they are firmly rooted in the economic fundamentals of origin markets along with the changing dynamics of destinations and traveller preferences. The models can be tailored to your project and allow you to identify both short- and long-term growth opportunities.
Policy analysis and market studies
Policy analysis: We assess policies and funding decisions that will impact the visitor economy, including taxes and visa policies.
Market studies: Our ongoing analysis of traveller activity and economic dynamics provides a foundation for project feasibility analysis and market portfolio decisions, supporting resorts, hotels, sports events, museums and DMOs.
Detailed and comparable inbound and outbound travel data by country and city.
Global Travel Service
Detailed travel and tourism market trends and forecasts for 185 countries globally.Find Out More
Air Passenger Forecasts
Passenger forecasts for the 4,000 most travelled air 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
International State Travel
Travel data covering international visits and nights by source country to the 50 states of the USA.Find Out More
Key themes in travel and tourism for the coming year
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.
Resources and Events
Why sustainable tourism does not necessarily mean more inclusive tourism
Economic impact of the global ferry industry
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US Travel and Tourism Employment Report – September 2021
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Air travel recovery to resume in 2022 post-Omicron
European tourism recovery to continue apace in 2022 – ETC 2021 Q4 trends and prospects
Key trends for global tourism in 2022
Rural travel destinations fare better as consumer preferences shift
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