Airline Reports and white papers
Learn more about the airline industry through our research reports and white papers. Our research focuses on the challenges that the airline business faces, trends and the most innovative technology and IT solutions. All Amadeus’ documents and insights about the airline industry are available for free download.
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Future Traveller Tribes 2030 | Building a More Rewarding Journey
Published: 02 Jun 2015
Amadeus and Frost & Sullivan offer practical advice for airlines seeking to better understand, prepare for, and cater to emerging traveller segments.
Future Traveller Tribes 2030
Published: 23 Apr 2015
Amadeus and Future Foundation have foreseen 2030’s types of travellers, to empower key travel industry players to better engage and serve their future travel groups.
Oxford Economics - Shaping the Future of Travel
Published: 29 Jan 2015
Macro trends driving industry growth over the next decade
Cleared for take-off - Lean principles and strategy applied to the travel industry
Published: 29 Oct 2014
Adopting Lean IT principles as a solution for the travel business to improve traveler experience, strengthen customer loyalty and increase the industry’s control over system complexity and costs.
The evolution of Airline Merchandising
Published: 13 Oct 2014
Airline merchandising systems create the opportunity to increase airlines’ annual revenues through the personalisation of ancillary services.
Thinking like a retailer
Published: 16 Jun 2014
5 key merchandising considerations for airlines
Big Travel Effects
Published: 05 Jun 2014
Shaping the future of travel in the
Gulf Cooperation Council
A Digital Savannah: Africa’s e-commerce promise
Published: 03 Oct 2013
The study was authored by Arthur Goldstuck, CEO of World Wide Worx, and is the first in-depth look at trends and opportunities in the e-commerce space in Africa.
Published: 04 Sep 2013
5 tips to better manage irregular operations.
Learn, apply, change: big data and travel
Published: 26 Jun 2013
This independent study explores the impact of large volume, unstructured data known as big data on the global travel industry.