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.

MarketResearch.com’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

  • Bars & Nightclubs

    ... as inconsistent liquor laws make it harder to operate establishments in multiple states or countries. Some larger US-based bar chains include World of Beer, McMenamins, and Winking Lizard Taverns. Top-grossing nightclubs Marquee, Tao, and LAVO ... Read More

  • Bowling Centers

    ... Bowl (UK), O'Learys (Sweden), REVS Bowling & Entertainment (Canada), Round One (Japan), and Tenpin (UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demographics, personal income, and leisure time drive demand. The profitability of individual companies depends on the ability to ... Read More

  • Golf Courses

    ... Billy Casper Golf, ClubCorp, KemperSports, and Troon Golf (all based in the US); as well as Accordia Golf (Japan), Bluegreen Golf (France), ClubLink (Canada), and Pacific Golf Management (New Zealand). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven ... Read More

  • Recreational Vehicle Parks

    ... Thousand Trails (both based in the US), as well as Discovery Holiday Parks (Australia); Siblu (France); and the UK-based Camping and Caravanning Club, and Parkdean Resorts. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven by personal income and ... Read More

  • Recreational & Vacation Camps

    ... Demand is driven by personal income and leisure travel. The profitability of individual companies depends on enrollment rates, efficient operations, and effective marketing. Large recreational camps have advantages in diverse amenities and brand recognition. Smaller ... Read More

  • Amusement Parks & Arcades

    ... (all based in the US), as well as Fantawild (China), Merlin Entertainments (UK), OCT Parks (China), and Parques Reunidos (Spain). Major arcade operators include US-based Andretti Indoor Karting & Games, and CEC Entertainment (Chuck E ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Taiwan

    ... also introducing a border lockdown in March, the tourism flows slowed to a trickle for most of 2020. The scope of the COVID-19 pandemic has made people extremely cautious about traveling, especially when it comes ... Read More

  • Travel in Qatar

    ... inbound tourist flows and forced consumers to remain at home except for essential travel. Flights were suspended from 14 countries, having a devastating impact on Qatar’s economy which is expected to be felt in coming ... Read More

  • Travel in Jordan

    ... globe also began implementing travel bans and restrictions, consequently making it impossible to travel between countries (and even regions) unless necessary. Between March and May, the majority of flights to and from Jordan were grounded, ... Read More

  • Travel in Lebanon

    ... country-wide lockdown led to a sharp drop in inbound and domestic tourist flows and forced the closure of a wide range of shops, restaurants and hotels. Flights were grounded, with these conditions effectively halting tourism ... Read More

  • Travel in Kuwait

    ... the closure of the borders. As more countries across the globe too began imposing travel bans, flights to and from Kuwait were grounded. During this time, many passengers began trying to cancel their bookings, however ... Read More

  • Travel in Panama

    ... not see any significant growth in terms of value sales, until 2022, due to the aftershocks of COVID-19. In the meantime, Panama plans to concentrate on domestic tourism and the government intends to devise an ... Read More

  • Lodging in Taiwan

    ... 2020. As the growth of available rooms has been increasing faster than the occupancy rate since 2018, excess supply in lodging was even more of a problem during the pandemic. The effects of the pandemic ... Read More

  • Travel in Taiwan

    ... implemented around the globe. Demand for travel was seriously diminished over the year, with consumers very concerned about traveling alongside strangers on any public carriers. The quarantine regulations issued by destinations around the globe represented ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Taiwan

    ... travel intermediaries in 2020. As travel bookings saw a large number of cancelations over 2020, this had a major impact on cashflow at travel intermediaries, while upstream players were also suffering from liquidity problems. Although ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Argentina

    ... travel. This includes from leading inbound markets, in volume terms, such as Brazil, Chile and Paraguay. From mid-March to September, Argentina closed its airspace to all but exceptional repatriation cases. Travel on buses, trains and ... Read More

  • Online Travel Agent Market Global Briefing 2020-30: Covid 19 Growth And Change

    ... CAGR of -20%. The market is expected to recover and grow at a CAGR of 8.38% from 2020 to reach $1332.54 billion in 2030. Online Travel Agent Market Global Briefing 2020-30: Covid 19 Growth And ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Poland

    ... the earliest. Government measures allowed refunds for clients whose trips had been cancelled, though many operators issued vouchers instead. However, in May 2020 EU directives made it clear that refunds must be distributed within 14 ... Read More

  • Airlines in Poland

    ... the exception of repatriation flights and flights related to certain business activities. From 15 March to 31 May, airlines operated only repatriation flights and cargo flights - the latter mainly between China and Poland. LOT ... Read More

  • Travel in Argentina

    ... huge falls in tourist flows and sales and effectively paralysed airlines and lodging establishments during a key revenue-generating period. Demand for business and leisure car rental has fallen sharply due to a ban on travelling ... Read More

  • Recreation, Entertainment and Arts in the United Kingdom

    ... of the Recreation, Entertainment and Arts market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and ... Read More

  • Travel in Poland

    ... closed for business during early lockdown and airlines grounded their fleets. Travel intermediaries and online travel agents cancelled all their trips and reopened to demands for refunds. Euromonitor International's Travel in Poland report offers a ... Read More

  • Lodging in Poland

    ... within hotels, as were exhibitions, trade fairs and conferences. Many hotels were forced to close as they were unable to carry out central aspects of their business and plummeting demand led to lack of guests. ... Read More

  • Online Gambling Market Global Briefing 2020-30: Covid 19 Growth And Change

    ... 13.19%. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.78% from 2020 to reach $185.7 billion in 2030. Online Gambling Market Global Briefing 2020-30: Covid 19 Growth And Change provides strategists, marketers and ... Read More

  • Hotels and Restaurants in the United Kingdom

    ... negative consumer sentiment caused by Brexit and a slowdown in economic activity. Growing uncertainty resulted in consumers shifting their preferences towards more budget friendly options, such as self-service kiosks and food stalls, as well as ... Read More

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