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June 29, 2022

Clearsight Report on UK consumers and out of home activities

This report examines levels of UK consumer participation across key out-of-home activities. It hints at outbound travel continuing to be constrained in 2022 but domestic travel potentially benefiting from a change in habits and the growing pressure on disposable income from inflation.
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June 29, 2022

Tiquets: Must-Know Travel Industry Trends for the 2022 High Season

Findings from a survey of 2,000 Americans exploring what they are seeking when travelling, whether for business or leisure, how they find out about visitor attractions and the amount they are willing to pay for admission.
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June 29, 2022

UNWTO Barometer June 2022

The latest analysis from UNWTO highlights a strong start to the year for international tourism in many parts of the world as restrictions ease and travellers regain confidence. However, it is noted that the amount of travel being undertaken remains significantly down on 2019 and that major headwinds remain.
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June 29, 2022

ETC Long haul travel sentiment barometer 2/2022

A broadly downbeat picture is painted, suggesting that the combination of worries about personal finances, the worsening geopolitical situation and lingering concerns about Covid-19 are all hampering any recovery in prospects for a strong rebound in long-haul travel to Europe from key source markets.
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June 27, 2022

ETOA Snapshot | Demographic Changes

Ten minute video session with Rachel Read and David Edwards on the effect of demographic changes on the industry.
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May 23, 2022

Expedia Travel Recovery Trend Report Q1 2022

The latest Expedia Trends Report paints a broadly optimistic picture based on recent global search and booking volumes, with a sustained period of recovery expected during the months ahead provided there are no unforeseen setbacks.
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May 23, 2022

ETC Trends and Prospects Q1 2022

A comprehensive look at recent trends and near-term prospects for European tourism which finds that contends recovery will continue during 2022 but at a slower pace than previously anticipated, with international tourist arrivals in Europe forecast to be 30% lower in 2022 than was the case in 2019.
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May 4, 2022

ETOA Insights Webinar | State of Play for the European Tourism Industry 2022

Ahead of ETOA's City Fair B2B networking event in June, we take stock of the big picture for European destinations. We are delighted to collaborate with our new partners at ForwardKeys for a data-driven look at where Europe is now in terms of bookings by source markets, and destinations heading towards a return to pre-pandemic visitor levels.
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May 4, 2022

Forward Keys Presentation – State of Play for European Tourism 2022

The presentation to accompany the webinar with our data partner Forward Keys, covering the global outlook in 2002, changes in booking patterns, European recovery, impact of the war in Ukraine and forecasts for the remainder of 2022.
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April 26, 2022

ETC and Atout France ‘Restarting Tourism for the Better: Performance of European Tourism Before, During and After Covid-19’

A report full of helpful insights, charts and tables that shines a light on how European tourism had been performing during the decade ahead of the pandemic, the dramatic impact that the crisis has had on the sector, and how prospects for recovery are shaping up.
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April 26, 2022

UNWTO Barometer March 2022

Latest edition of the UNWTO Tourism Barometer summarised by the line “tourism enjoys a strong start to 2022 while facing new uncertainties”. Data is presented showing the performance of different world regions in 2021 along with bespoke analysis that considers the likely impact of the conflict in Ukraine on international tourism.
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April 21, 2022

USTOA Webinar | Europe Update with ETOA & ETC

Tom Jenkins, CEO of ETOA and Eduardo Santander, CEO of ETC, represent respectively the public and private sectors in inbound tourism to Europe. They looked at what has happened, is happening and what might occur in the European tourism economy.
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March 29, 2022

ETOA Webinar | Outlook for European leisure travel from Australia and NZ

As Europe finally welcomes back travellers from Australia and New Zealand, we take a look at how operators and their clients are planning for their return.
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March 24, 2022

Webinar | Rebuilding city tourism through product diversification

City tourism will regain strength in 2022 and due to built-up demand from global and European source markets many destinations expect 2019 volumes to be reached by 2023. In this webinar we discuss how dialogue between destinations and in-bound tour operators can support a healthy growth in city tourism.
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March 24, 2022

2022 Market Update: Nordic Networking Voyage

The slide deck from our Nordic Networking Voyage with our partners at the Nordic Tourism Collective. It gives a market update on prospects for 2022 in the Nordic and Baltic regions, as well as discussion of the human resourcing issues facing the industry.
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March 14, 2022

Origin Market Tourist Board Insights | USA

A summary of outbound insight and research published by Brand USA.
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March 14, 2022

Origin Market Tourist Board Insights | New Zealand

A summary of outbound insight and research published by Tourism New Zealand.
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March 14, 2022

Origin Market Tourist Board Insights | Japan

A summary of outbound insight and research published by Japan Tourism Research.
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March 14, 2022

Origin Market Tourist Board Insights | South Africa

A summary of outbound insight and research published by South Africa Tourism.
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March 14, 2022

Origin Market Tourist Board Insights | Canada

A summary of outbound insight and research published by Destination Canada.
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March 14, 2022

Origin Market Tourist Board Insights | Australia

A summary of outbound insight and research published by Tourism Australia.
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March 9, 2022

ETOA Webinar | Recovery in the Japanese market

In this session, guest panellists will discuss prospects for 2022, planning cycles and product development for their European products and tours.
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March 3, 2022

ETOA Travel Trade Masterclass | Asian demand

In this session, guest panellists will discuss prospects for 2022, planning cycles and product development for their European products and tours.
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March 1, 2022

SYTA discussion on the Youth Market

An update on the youth travel market between ETOA and SYTA, broadcast as part of ETM North America on 1 March 2022.
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March 1, 2022

CATO discussion on Canadian Market prospects

ETOA’s Tom Jenkins catches up with Brett Walker of CATO / Collette Vacations. Broadcast as part of ETM North America on 1st March 2022.
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March 1, 2022

ETOA Snapshot | North America Spotlight

Ten minute video session with Rachel Read and David Edwards on prospects for the North American market in 2022.
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February 24, 2022

Webinar ETOA | Prospettive sulla ripresa del turismo in Italia

E’ iniziato un nuovo anno ed è tempo di fare il punto sul 2021 e volgere gli occhi e le speranze al 2022. Quali lezioni possiamo imparare dall’anno appena trascorso e quali sono gli elementi che ci permetteranno di aiutarti a raggiungere i tuoi obiettivi entro il 2022?
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February 22, 2022

Expedia Traveller Value Index 2022 Outlook

Based on the views of 5,500 respondents the report claims that people value travel and personal time more than ever and that four-in-five are planning at least one leisure trip in 2022, with flexibility still a top consideration for many travellers
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February 22, 2022

Expedia Travel Recovery Trend Report Q4 2021

The latest Expedia Trends Report finds that during 2021 searches increased 70% compared with 2020 and that city destinations are starting to regain ground. Searches are moving to a slightly longer time horizon indicating increased traveller confidence.
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February 22, 2022

ETC Long haul travel sentiment barometer 1/2022

In a number of countries there is a growing sense that Europe could be a destination to visit later in 2022, but perhaps not during the early part of the year. Sentiment is more positive in the Americas than in Asia, with those in Japan and China the least likely to be on the cusp of cementing foreign travel plans.
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February 22, 2022

ETC Trends and Prospects Q4 2021

A comprehensive look at recent trends and near-term prospects for European tourism which finds that Europe welcomed an estimated 62% fewer arrivals in 2021 than in 2019. Domestic travel is expected to exceed pre-pandemic levels in 2022 but international tourism is not expected to do so until 2024.
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February 17, 2022

ETOA Webinar | Mediterranean product and demand

In this free webinar we explore product development and diversification in the Mediterranean region and current demand from global source markets. Expert panellists will share insights about evolving travel trends and business needs and we will discuss prospects for 2022, planning cycles and product development for the region.
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February 10, 2022

ETOA Webinar | Perspectivas de futuro: ¿será este año el de la recuperación?

Tras una sorprendentemente positiva edición de Fitur cabe preguntarse si, por fin, se encuentra la industria del turismo en la senda de la recuperación definitiva. En ETOA estamos recibiendo muchas señales positivas que nos hacen pensar que sí, que esta vez remontamos, pero también queremos saber cómo se ven las cosas desde otras perspectivas.
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January 24, 2022

WTTC Trending in Travel Jan 22

A report claiming that the wanderlust that fuels the travel and tourism sector remains, but which goes on to explore the ways in which consumer behaviours are shifting, both in response to the pandemic and in relation to concerns about the impact that travel has on the wider environment. The study considers changes in booking trends, what consumers consider important for a holiday experience and how consumer profiles are changing.
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January 24, 2022

UNWTO Barometer Jan 2022

An overview of international tourism performance in 2021 showing that while there was some year-on-year growth, volumes remain far short of those seen in 2019. Growth is anticipated in 2022 but even the more optimistic scenario sees volumes 50% below 2019 by the end of the current year. The panel of experts questioned by UNWTO now mostly believe that it will be 2024 or later before we return to pre-pandemic levels.
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January 12, 2022

ETOA Webinar: Travel Trade Masterclass | North American Demand January 2022

In this session, guest panellists are tour operators based in North America. We will discuss prospects for 2022, planning cycles and product development for their European products and tours.
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November 17, 2021

Expedia Travel Recovery Trend Report Q3 2021

The latest Expedia Trends Report finds that travel search volumes saw little overall change during Q3 but that there are encouraging signs of travellers’ willingness to visit cities showing improvements and an increase in business tourism demand. The majority, 70%, of searches were for travel within a 0-30 day window
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November 17, 2021

ETC Trends and Prospects Q3 2021

A comprehensive look at recent trends and near-term prospects for European tourism which confirms that Europeans did travel in substantial numbers during the peak summer months, but primarily on domestic or inter-regional trips, while long-haul tourism remained in the doldrums. Included in this edition is a feature examining the possibility that the pandemic will have brought an end to an era of increasingly low-cost travel.
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October 19, 2021

UNWTO Barometer Sept 2021

The Excerpt from the latest UNWTO Barometer pulls together the latest data on the volume and value of international tourism and sentiment among its panel of tourism experts. While some destinations saw signs of life in international tourism in June and July 2021 the overall picture remains one of diminished international tourism, with inter-regional and especially domestic travel being the mainstay for the tourism industry in many parts of the world.
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October 19, 2021

ETC Long haul travel sentiment barometer 3/2021

The key finding is that while residents in key long-haul markets for Europe are more confident than was the case a year ago, they remain cautious about visiting in the immediate future.
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September 16, 2021

ETOA Webinar | Europe & Korea – Developing Common Interest in Tourism

Representatives from European destinations, the Korean outbound market and the intermediaries who connect them will meet to discuss the state of play of this market and the opportunities for developing commercial interests.
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September 16, 2021

Data Appeal and Sojern Report: Italian Tourism 2021

A 15-page report considering the performance of the tourism sector during summer 2021 and looking ahead to prospects for autumn. The focus of the report is on Italy, but includes a number of other destinations across Europe. It suggests that while there has been a strong bounce-back pre-Covid levels are yet to be achieved, with August flight bookings to Italy being 46% down on 2019.
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September 16, 2021

Amadeus Rebuild Travel: Digital Health Survey

9,000 consumers across 9 global markets were surveyed in February 2021 to better understand consumer sentiment regarding the need to provide digital health information when travelling. Millennials were the most likely to say they would book international travel soon after restrictions are eased with Baby Boomers the least likely to do so. 91% of those polled said there would be some circumstances where they would be comfortable using a digital health passport in order to travel. However, key concerns were the risk that personal information would be hacked, privacy concerns and a lack of transparency and control over where data might be shared
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September 16, 2021

Expedia Travel Recovery Trend Report Q2 2021

The latest Expedia Trends Report cites strong global search growth, rising international searches and lengthening search windows. During the past three months searches for city destinations have shown strong growth, although beach destination searches remain strong, which is to be expected given the onset of the Northern Hemisphere summer.
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July 29, 2021

YouGov International Travel and Tourism Report 2021

Detailed analysis of the international tourism arena, exploring where people intend to travel, what they are looking for and what is holding them back, based on responses from 185,000 consumers across 25 markets. Analysis looks at intentions to travel, both leisure and business, which markets are likely to return the fastest and whether travellers are becoming more “responsible” in their attitudes.
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July 29, 2021

Reiseanalyse German Outbound Holiday Travel Reopening

An exploration of how German citizens currently feel about holiday travel with plenty of charts based on ReiseAnalyse data, examining their plans for the remainder of the year and delving into the need for marketers to understand individual market segments as opposed to basing their decisions on the “average” consumer, as at present there is considerable variation in consumer attitudes.
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July 29, 2021

ETC Trends and Prospects Q2 2021

A comprehensive look at recent trends and near-term prospects for European tourism which indicates there are faint glimmers of hope for summer as vaccination rates increase and some restrictions are eased, but with a note that downside risks remain in relation to the emergence of new variants. Overall inbound arrivals in Europe are forecast to return to 2019 levels in 2024.
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June 23, 2021

Reiseanalyse First Results for 2021

Headline findings from the latest wave of the key survey of German holiday travel demand which has been providing insights for more than half a century. Germans took 50% fewer foreign holidays in 2020 than the year before but more domestic holidays than in 2019, while looking ahead to 2021 the report finds that holidays remain of central importance to most Germans and, once permitted, they will return to being enthusiastic holiday travellers.
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June 23, 2021

ETC Long haul travel sentiment barometer 2/2021

A study which finds that while general consumer confidence is on the rise, few in key long-haul source markets for Europe are minded to travel far from their home country during the next few months. Those not planning an international trip cite safety concerns relating to COVID-19 while those saying they are planning a trip in the next few months remain uncertain about the exact timing.
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May 24, 2021

ETC Trends and Prospects Q1 2021

A comprehensive look at recent trends and near-term prospects for European tourism that rather sits on the fence in terms of the upcoming summer by noting that prospects are “mixed”. Plenty of data is reviewed and suggests that early 2021 witnessed Europe facing stiffer headwinds than other global regions.
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