Data provider ForwardKeys has reported European travel is on the rise despite the slow-down in the Chinese economy and concerns about Brexit.
According to the latest findings by travel data specialist ForwardKeys, Europe’s regional airports are taking off in popularity.
ForwardKeys has revealed that the UK could look forward to a rise in visitors from the United States during Thanksgiving week.
Industry analysts ForwardKeys have revealed their insights into the habits of the Chinese global outbound traveller, unveiling what it believes to be the “four important factors that…
ForwardKeys has revealed at the World Travel Market in London today, that air bookings by Brits for 2019 summer to EU destinations are on the rise.
Following last week’s helpful hacks to for a successful World Cup, travel distribution company Skyscanner has revealed details of its new partnership with industry analysts ForwardKeys. The…
Analysis by ForwardKeys, the company that helps forecast future travel by analysing around 17 million flight booking transactions a day, reveals that flight bookings for travel to the Middle…
This year, everyone wants to be anywhere but in the USA. Or at least that’s what ForwardKeys, a Spain-based intelligence consultancy, reports.
New data from ForwardKeys reveals that long-haul outbound travel from Spain, by independent travellers and small groups of up to five people, grew by just 1.3% in 2019 and forward bookings…
A study by ForwardKeys, the travel analytics firm, has produced rankings of the top long-haul inbound tourism markets for the UK.
A study by ForwardKeys, the travel analytics firm, has revealed that the number of mainland Chinese visitors coming to Hong Kong by air has dropped by 53.3% from 1 July until 23…
Using booking transactions and other aviation data, ForwardKeys has published its latest report, stating that outbound air travel grew by 5.9% in 2018.
At ITB China 2019, the rising demand for exhibition space by European destinations reflects the trend of Europe as the top destination for Chinese tourists.
Do not mess with China as it may cost you a lucrative market of 1.4 billion. Thailand’s tourism industry is in jeopardy after Chinese tourist arrivals dropped for the first time ever.
Thailand is suffering a huge blow with the slowing down of Chinese arrivals following the tragic boat accident in Phuket on 5 July that left 41 dead – all of which were Chinese nationals.
An analysis of 17 million booking transactions a day, shows that China bookings for Europe are ahead 10.5% this summer.