Nine Technology Trends Shaping Tomorrow's Travel Industry
Sabre's newest technology forecast, the 2017 Radar Report, evaluates how tech trends like blockchain, neural interfaces and space tourism are reshaping the travel landscape
A study released by Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR) reveals a series of highly contrasting traveller preferences behind the growing Asian Pacific travel market. Four out of five Asian travellers surveyed state that travel is no longer a luxury for them, its a necessity. Over one in three say they would travel for leisure three or more times per year.
Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR) released a new travel trend report today that outlines a clear path to help hoteliers successfully retail to modern travelers. The report identifies 10 distinct trends powered by technology within three key focus areas World as Media, Intimate Intelligence and Instant Service and examines their applications to the hospitality industry.
Tomorrows travelers will expect even more convenience and functionality from their mobile devices, and corporations and travel management companies must meet those needs or risk being left behind.
Travelers young and old are increasingly using mobile devices for flight notification, check in, and seat selection, and are also willing to accept advertising with free travel applications. These findings and more were revealed in a global mobile survey of travelers, conducted by Sabre Travel Network(R), the world's leading provider of high-performance solutions for the travel industry. The survey of 800 corporate and leisure travelers from Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America covered topics ranging from preferred features to fees travelers might pay for travel applications.