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Consumer Travel Report 2018 – Middle EastPublished: 19 Apr 2018A study co-sponsored by Amadeus and developed by
INSIGHT | OUT discloses the searching and planning habits of the region’ s travelers in a digital era.
Blockchain: harnessing its potential in travelPublished: 18 Oct 2017What is blockchain, what do you need to know about it, and how is it relevant to the travel industry.
Voyage of discovery. Working towards inclusive and accessible travel for allPublished: 04 Oct 2017Amadeus commissioned this research report to ILUNION consulting firm to better understand the needs of travellers with accessibility needs, and to identify a framework for action for the travel industry.
Managing Every MilePublished: 18 Sep 2017Amadeus commissioned the London School of Economics (LSE) to help businesses understand how to realise a better ROI on business travel.
Journey of MePublished: 16 Aug 2017"Journey of Me" traveller insights reveals astounding diversity amongst Asia Pacific travellers
Defining the future of travel through Intelligence: Smart Decisions for Smart Destinations using Big DataPublished: 28 Jul 2017Our new paper focused on Destination Marketing Organisations (DMOs) explores how data analytics can help unlock business benefits for destinations, featuring insights from industry experts.
What if? Imagining the future of the travel industryPublished: 19 Jul 2017Amadeus and A.T. Kearney partner to do a study focused on four possible future scenarios that evaluate all the factors that are, or may soon be, transforming our industry.
Proving the Case: Carbon Reporting in Travel and TourismPublished: 11 Nov 2016Amadeus and Griffith University investigate the reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and examine climate change in the travel and tourism industry
Future Traveller Tribes 2030 : Beyond Air TravelPublished: 28 Sep 2016In this research we examine how the original six traveller tribes are likely to reshape travel segments, ‘beyond air’; hospitality, airport, car, cruise and rail providers, travel agents and tour operators.
Halal Travellers 2016Published: 01 Jun 2016Halal travellers are expected to grow from 110 million to 150 million visitors by 2020