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Travel distribution: the end of the world as we know it

Dr Graham Floater and Lisa Mackie from the London School of Economics

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How travel distribution will change over the next decade. Discover the impact of ‘gatekeepers’, new technologies and market dynamics.


The consumer revolution is driving significant change in travel distribution.

Travel distribution: the end of the world as we know it? is a major research report identifying the disruptive forces shaping travel distribution over the next 10 years. The eight future pathways identified by the London School of Economics provide authoritative perspectives on prospects for growth in direct sales by some large airlines, consolidation and hybridization amongst travel retailers and gatekeepers gaining control over consumer search with virtual assistants. 

Travel distribution: the end of the world as we know it?


This paper is authored by Dr Graham Floater and Lisa Mackie from the London School of Economics and provides an independent and highly credible analysis of how travel distribution will change over the next decade.

Join us on Wednesday, November 30th at 16:00 LON for a Facebook livestream of a special industry discussion in collaboration with Tnooz on LSE Consulting’s “Travel distribution: the end of the world as we know it?” report.

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Travel sellers, GDS, Research