Travel & Leisure Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Since the dawn of civilization humans have been travelers. Early on travel was a means of survival, but today, travel is more means to business or recreational activities.

Global political and economic events in the 21st century, including the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the Great Recession of 2008, have greatly affected the travel and leisure industry. Those major global events, and ongoing regional and local challenges, have made it difficult for the tourism industry to maintain growth.

But recent data indicate that the industry’s fortunes may have started to recover. For example, a study published by industry event organizer World Travel Mart reported that, in 2012 for the first time, more than 1 billion global trips were made. The airline industry group IATA said airline revenues would increase from $7.4 billion in 2012 to $11.7 billion in 2013, rising to $16.4 billion in 2014.

And, the tourism industry itself is undergoing rapid change. Social media has given a new, free forum for travelers to comment on all aspects of the travel experience, while alternatives to traditional lodging and transportation (such as AirBnB and Uber) offer travelers new options for their traveling experience, while challenging traditional operators.’s collection of market research studies on the tourism industry will help you stay competitive and grow in this rebounding and evolving market. We offer nearly 30,000 studies on subjects ranging from modes of transportation and lodging to travel accessories and forms of entertainment. Also available are a complete collection of country-specific tourism reports.

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Travel & Leisure Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Furniture Market Size By Material (Plastic, Wood, Metal), By Application (Residential [Upholstered Furniture, Non-Upholstered Furniture, Bedroom, Kitchen Cabinet, Dining Room, Blinds & Shades, Mattresses], Commercial [Business/Office, Educational, Healthc

    ... Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2020 - 2026 The furniture market is likely to register significant gains in coming years owing to high product adoption across commercial and residential sectors, and ... Read More

  • Film & Video

    ... NBCUniversal (owned by Comcast), Warner Media (owned by AT&T), Disney, and ViacomCBS. Major companies outside the US include Germany's Bertelsmann and ProSiebenSat. Media, as well as France's Vivendi. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven by consumer ... Read More

  • Hotels, Motels & Resorts

    ... (all based in the US), as well as Accor (France), InterContinental Hotels Group (UK), Jin Jiang Hotels (China), NH Hotel Group (Spain), and Whitbread (UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Hotels, motels, and resorts are benefiting from global ... Read More

  • Motion Picture Production & Distribution

    ... Universal, and Warner Bros. Newer, but increasingly significant, entrants in the field include streaming services Netflix and Amazon. Outside the US, major companies include Reliance Entertainment of India, Toho of Japan, and Village Roadshow of ... Read More

  • Music Production & Distribution

    ... Universal Music Group, and Warner Music Group (all based in the US), as well as Avex (Japan); Edel (Germany); and GMM Grammy (Thailand). Music streaming services from companies such as Amazon, Apple, and Spotify are ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Denmark

    ... in 2019, while outbound departures are predicted to decline by 49% compared to 2% growth in 2019. Euromonitor International's Tourism Flows in Denmark report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the ... Read More

  • Travel in France

    ... continued into the transition period, with no trips longer than 100km permitted. Over these 2-3 months, business trips, the first victim of the global pandemic, and inbound and outbound tourism ground to a halt. Even ... Read More

  • Lodging in Denmark

    ... by hotels. Hotels are expected to suffer from the unexpected decline in inbound arrivals, as the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in Europe, and consumers cancelled, gathered refunds or postponed their travel plans. Euromonitor International's Lodging in ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Australia

    ... decline strongly in current value terms in 2020. The government closed the country’s international borders in March, which is likely to last until the end of the year, with the possible exception of New Zealand. ... Read More

  • Airlines in Australia

    ... were grounded for the first half of the year, and with international borders not set to reopen until 2021, with the possible exception of New Zealand, this is expected to continue into the second half ... Read More

  • Airlines in Denmark

    ... consumers remain fearful of travelling, wary of the virus. Both of these aspects are set to have a severe impact on airlines in 2020. Euromonitor International's Airlines in Denmark report offers a comprehensive guide to ... Read More

  • Lodging in Australia

    ... but returning citizens from March 2020 in an attempt to control the spread of COVID-19, and this is expected to remain the case for the rest of the year, with the possible exception of an ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Denmark

    ... online or offline. Euromonitor International's Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Denmark report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest market size ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in France

    ... a perceived disappointing performance in 2019. However, as 2018 was considered a strong year, travel intermediaries were likely to find it difficult to fare even better in 2019, especially in the context of “Yellow Vest” ... Read More

  • Lodging in France

    ... Lockdown, the closure of borders, travel bans and restrictions and heightened health and economic concerns meant that occupancy rates in the small share of hotels that remained open were sluggish to very low. The skeleton ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Australia

    ... Australia introduced a ban on the arrival of all non-citizens or permanent residents from 20 March 2020. This is expected to have a significant negative impact on arrivals in this year, as although the policy ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in France

    ... countries, the number of trips collapsed from mid-March-to-mid-May due to the implementation of a strong lockdown in France. Even as COVID-19 measures eased, France failed to recover significantly until the beginning of June 2020, when ... Read More

  • Travel in Denmark

    ... 2020. The Danish border closures from 14 March until 31 May led to a large decline of international travellers, with local tourism also falling due to lockdowns, and the ongoing fear of contracting the virus. ... Read More

  • Travel in Australia

    ... borders was still in place at the time of writing this report, and is likely to continue until the end of 2020, with the possible exception of an air corridor or travel bubble with New ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Thailand

    ... that were ongoing or planned for the summer of 2020 were largely cancelled and it became a major operational challenge to sort out the chaos of repatriating consumers and ensuring their safety, as well as ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Thailand

    ... travel restrictions. While all types of tourism in Thailand have been severely impacted by COVID-19 restrictions, business travel has been hit especially hard, with companies opting to meet virtually and many trade fairs, conferences and ... Read More

  • Travel in Thailand

    ... Business travel has been hit particularly hard, with many MICE events and conferences being cancelled in leading business centres such as Bangkok and companies worldwide instead embracing home working and virtual meetings. Euromonitor International's Travel ... Read More

  • Lodging in Thailand

    ... Hotels located at airports or those that catered primarily to business arrivals suffered the most, with these flows also expected to take longer to recover. Unlike other areas of the travel industry such as car ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Japan

    ... Japan’s Foreign Ministry had listed 87 countries as travel advisory level 3, which prohibits travel, and the rest of the world as level 2, meaning that non-essential trips are recommended against. This represented the widest-ranging ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Belgium

    ... surrounding travel in 2020, these four Western European countries are still set to account for almost 60% of inbound arrivals to Belgium in 2020. Leisure and business tourists coming from these countries benefit from their ... Read More

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