Expected Travel Industry Trends For 2023

Expected Travel Industry Trends For 2023

2023 is fast approaching, and travelers have had to deal with the many problems associated with 2022 … despite the troubles associated with 2022, travelers aren’t giving up. They are making preparations to make 2023 fun-filled and interesting.(1)

US travel market share expected to decline through 2023

The U.S. Travel Association’s newest forecast predicts that the U.S. share of global long-haul travel will fall to 10.4 percent by 2023.(2)

Top 2023 Travel Predictions – Your AAA Network

Here are AAA’s 2023 travel predictions. From the growth of European travel to the return to cruising, they shared their top 2023 travel (3)

2023 Travel Trends and Tips for Tourism Marketers – Invoca

As the travel industry takes flight into growth mode, travel ad spending is expected to climb 36% in 2022 after kicking up 24% in 2021.(4)

Which travel trends will gain ground in 2023? – English

In 2023, travel is expected to put mind and body wellness at the forefront with a fully immersive and sometimes unconventional approach. To (5)

Asia-Pacific’s travel industry could be the first to recover by 2023

The report estimates the average annual growth rate of the global economy will be 2.7% from 2022 to 2032. Yet, during the same period, tourism’s (6)

Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) released its Tourism in 2023 …

The report finds that global tourism arrivals will increase by 30% in 2023, following growth of 60% in 2022, but will remain below pre-pandemic (7)

Top Travel Industry Trends (2022-2025) – Exploding Topics

The travel and tourism industry is growing at an annual rate of 8.46%. By 2026, the projected market value will be just under $1 billion. Here (8)

2023 Global Business Travel Forecast

2023 Global Business Travel Forecast Global travel prices will continue to rise significantly in the remaining months of 2022 and throughout (9)

U.S. Travel Forecast: All Sectors Projected to Surge in Short …

The forecast, based on analysis from Tourism Economics, projects that domestic business travel volume will reach 81% of pre-pandemic levels in (10)