Understanding the travellers of tomorrow

Daniel Batchelor

Global Head of Corporate Communications, Amadeus IT Group

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If you take a look at the “Research reports” section on our website, you’ll see that uncovering insights and researching travel trends, especially future trends, has been a long held priority for us - whether it’s understanding the latest developments in the world of technology specifically, such as Lean IT and Big Data, or seeking to better define how macro-economic trends more generally will shape our industry to the year 2023 and beyond.



As we continue to work with our industry partners to shape the future of travel, we’re also constantly keeping an eye on the ever-evolving needs of travellers, as we highlighted with our “Future Traveller Tribes 2020” report back in 2007 and which examined four traveller “tribes” or groups of travellers that would be emerging over the following 10 to 15 years.

What's to come

Soon we will be bringing you a brand new piece of global research which looks at how travellers will evolve through to the end of the next decade.

Without wanting to give too much away, we’ll provide an in-depth look at the world in 2030, including analyzing the different behaviours, technologies and societal factors relating to and driving the segmentation of the travellers of tomorrow.

Don’t forget to keep an eye on this blog this week to read and download the report – we’ll be interested as ever to hear your view.