domenica 22 luglio 2007

The online travel market - a hotbed for experimentation

Farecast has created a lot of buzz in the travel industry, but it's just one of a bevy of Internet-based travel services and tools that are redefining how travelers book flights.
The proliferation of sites such as Farecast and Yapta is not surprising, travel analysts say, considering that, for the first time, more travel in the U.S. is expected to be booked online this year than by other means, according to PhoCusWright, an Internet research firm. EMarketer estimates that 41.3 million U.S. households will book travel on the Internet, or 52.5% of all households with online access.(read more)

1 commento:

dan ha detto...


I would also suggest a travel search engine called Trabber. Here is the address -

I hope you find it interesting :)