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A survey of 2,050 people reveals that watching dolphins and killer whales perform tricks in small tanks is no longer on the travel bucket list of the average British tourist.
Research from Booking.com has revealed that more than half (54%) of British female solo travel enthusiasts are now more likely to holiday alone than they were five years ago.
Customer service and staff productivity are the leading concerns for the travel industry, however businesses are slow to recognise how technology can help, according to a new survey.
According to new research by Sunshine.co.uk, many coupled up Brits are unwilling to leave their holiday bookings to their other halves, with women being the least trusting of their partner’s holiday booking abilities.
Airlines will increase their focus on new distribution channels such as mobile and social media over the next two years, according to WorldPay’s Alternative Payment and Distribution Landscape: Airline Distribution Channels report.