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November 9, 2022

ForwardKeys Most Visited Destinations Report 2022

Produced for World Travel Market, this ForwardKeys report explores how different destinations have performed in 2022 and what 2023 may have in store for international tourism.
September 13, 2022

ETOA Insights | Summer Season Review and looking ahead

We are delighted to collaborate with our 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.
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.
October 26, 2021

Webinar: Nordic Get-together #6 Airlines ‘taking off’

Airlines are critical to the overall recovery of the industry, join us and hear how the leading airlines in the Nordic’s give their views and insights. Discussions were around current airline and search booking data from a research partner discussing the following questions: Capacity vs Demand General build-up of route networks Changes to the airlines/airport experience in the future Business vs leisure traffic The importance of leisure business to the airlines Brief look at sustainability and what the airlines are working on
October 19, 2021

IATA Air Traveller Response to Covid Wave 7

The latest wave of IATA surveying suggests that air travellers are becoming increasingly frustrated with travel restrictions, believing that it is necessary to learn to live with coronavirus. While providing useful insights it is important to recognise that the study is conducted on behalf of IATA.
April 26, 2021

IATA Air Traveller Response to Covid Wave 5

The fifth wave of sentiment tracking by IATA brings to the surface the opinions of recent fliers from 11 countries around the world. Findings include that two-thirds report restrictions have negatively impacted their quality of life, that 84% won’t travel if there is a chance of quarantine and nine-in-ten say that governments should standardise protocols relating to vaccination and testing.
March 30, 2021

ETOA Webinar | Re-opening Europe: follow the evidence

How and when will Europe re-open in 2021? While pandemic management is the priority, planning a safe return to international mobility as soon as conditions permit is essential. Once Europe’s internal borders open, it would be illogical to exclude long-haul visitors who can meet health requirements. Meanwhile, safe travel corridors are being developed bilaterally. Responsible return to travel is possible: clients are more than ready to get tested, vaccinated and observe all necessary protocols. We can deliver safe services, for tourists, business visitors and the events industry. We have learned to live and work with continued public health precautions.
January 27, 2021

IATA Press Releases

Links to relevant press releases issued by IATA.
September 10, 2020

Airlines for Europe position paper on Sustainability and the Environment

Containing a range of insights and data this paper examines what it is European airlines are already doing to move towards a low-carbon economy, but equally points out the need for political leadership to foster wise regulation, more efficient use of air space and to support research and development in terms of alternative fuels.
June 19, 2020

Journal of sustainable tourism – COVID-19 and intention to fly

A data-driven academic journal article in the Journal of Sustainable Tourism on the ways that COVID-19 has affected passengers' motivation and intention to fly. Has useful summary videos of the findings.
June 16, 2020

Forward Keys travel intentions April 2020

A short easy-read piece of analysis with charts and data that emphasises the scale of decline in air travel demand and supply but offers a little ray of light by identifying strong search volumes for potential future trips.