Travel market research reports
Travel technology, travel trends and research reports.
Amadeus’ reports about the travel market review all areas of the travel industry, focusing on technology, future travel trends and other insights into the travel market place.
All our white papers about the travel industry, positioning papers and leadership reports are available for free download.
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.
Halal Travellers 2016Published: 01 Jun 2016Halal travellers are expected to grow from 110 million to 150 million visitors by 2020
Halal Travel 2016 - Executive SummaryPublished: 21 Apr 2016Halal Travel 2016 is an Amadeus-commissioned research paper conducted by UK-based research firm Context Consulting with the aim to increase the understanding of this growing market segment. The paper will be released in Q3 2016. Halal tourism is expected to grow by 50 per cent in volume and 35 per cent in value in the next 5 years.
Future Traveller Tribes 2030 | Building a More Rewarding JourneyPublished: 02 Jun 2015Amadeus and Frost & Sullivan offer practical advice for airlines seeking to better understand, prepare for, and cater to emerging traveller segments.
Bringing new customers onboard: UK cruise market consumer insightsPublished: 21 May 2015The growth of the cruise market over the last decade has created a golden opportunity for travel sellers and cruise providers.
Amadeus Business Travel Insights 2014Published: 28 Apr 2015What drives today’s business traveller – and how can corporate travel departments and Travel Management Companies optimise business travel to the benefit of traveller and business alike?
Future Traveller Tribes 2030Published: 23 Apr 2015Amadeus 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.
New dog, old tricks? Maverick travellers – is behavioural change linked to generational change?Published: 31 Mar 2015In this paper we will look at whether behavioural change is linked to generational change, whether corporates can change traveller behaviour and how mavericks should be managed – millennial or otherwise.
Oxford Economics - Shaping the Future of TravelPublished: 29 Jan 2015Macro trends driving industry growth over the next decade
Amadeus Business Travel Insights 2014 - Hotels 360Published: 05 Nov 2014This report looks into the changing landscape of hotel distribution and its implications for the role of Travel Management Companies in meeting the needs of modern business travellers.