Hayhurst, Lee
January 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);1/15/2010, Vol. 5, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports on the forecasts given by market intelligence firm GfK Ascent-MI Ltd. depicting the trends of the travel industry in 2010 in Great Britain. It projects the commencement of a good business for high-street travel agents in 2010. It speculates a decline of passengers numbers by 12% and summer bookings y 9%. It reveals the 13% decrease of the demand of the family market towards travel in 2010 as an effect of the recession.


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