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Internet Travel

   by Mintel International Group Ltd.

    --publisher not specified--
    01 September, 2003


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Editorial description(s):

Book Description
Although unable to reach the record levels of expenditure experienced in 2000, the travel industry is showing signs of recovery in 2003. Information from the Travel Industry Association (TIA) indicates that $540.4 billion will be spent in the U.S. in 2003, up 2.9% from the previous year; online bookings are becoming a larger part of those receipts every year. While the number of people planning travel online has reached a plateau, the number booking online is increasing. According to TIA reports, 39 million people booked travel online in 2002, an increase of 25% over 2001. The amount that Americans are spending on Internet travel is also on the rise. Average online travel spending was approximately $2,300 per travel booker in a year, up from $2,200 the previous year. The number who actually purchase as opposed to those who are merely researching has risen due to increasing comfort with online purchasing and increasing incidence of Internet-only bargains.

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