The Visa Global Travel Intentions Survey 2011 report is now available for download . In its sixth year, the report provides an in-depth look and analysis into international travel trends and travel behavior globally.
Previously focused on just Asia Pacific, the latest survey extended its reach to ascertain the past and future travel plans of global travelers. The report collates information gleaned from interviews with 11,620 respondents from 23 countries and territories around the world, including Brazil, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, South Africa, the United Kingdom, the United States and the United Arab Emirates. Respondents in each market were aged 18 years and older, had travelled internationally for holidays in the past two years or had the intention to do so in the next two years.
The report, focused on results from a global perspective with country and segment highlights as appropriate, will dwell on the following key areas:
1. Travel and destination trends in the past two year and the next two year, and influences on the choice of destination.
2. Travel budgets and preferred modes of payments of travellers.
3. How travellers plan their holidays, their preferences and sources of information.
4. Affluent travelers’ preference.
VISA Intentions Survey 2011Published: 2012
PATA member price: FREE
Non-member price: FREE
This article is quoted from the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) newsletter February 16 2012.
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