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New Release: Long-haul Holidays Market in UK - March 2014
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New Release: Long-haul Holidays Market in UK - March 2014

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Full-service airlines will ultimately be forced to react to compete by launching their own no-frills fares, as a number such as BA and Air France have already done in the short-haul market, or in emulating the bundled fare options offered by American Airlines. Such a move would allow full-service airlines to capitalise on stronger reputations and brand heritage, while retaining a foothold on the first page of comparison websites.

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  • 1. Long-haul Holidays - UK - March 2014 Full-service airlines will ultimately be forced to react to compete by launching their own no-frills fares, as a number such as BA and Air France have already done in the short-haul market, or in emulating the bundled fare options offered by American Airlines. Such a move would allow full-service airlines to capitalise on stronger reputations and brand heritage, while retaining a foothold on the first page of comparison websites. table Of Content introduction definition abbreviations executive Summary the Market volume Set To Grow 14% Over The Next Five Years figure 1: Forecast Volume Of Long-haul Holidays Taken By Uk Residents, 2008-18 lower Cost Of Entry Will See Value Grow At A Slower Rate figure 2: Forecast Value Of Long-haul Holidays Taken By Uk Residents, 2008-18 market Factors no-frills, Long-haul Airfares Should Increase Accessibility In 2014 fuel Prices Remain High But Airlines Are Investing In More Efficient Planes apd Increases Continue To Inflate The Cost Of Flying pound Performs Well Against Most Key Long-haul Currencies only One Abta Member Still Levies A Surcharge companies, Brands And Innovation virgin Atlantic Seeks To Differentiate By Showcasing Wearable Tech virgin America Launches In-flight Social Network american Express Partners With Tripadvisor virgin Australia Introduces Bring Your Own Device Wireless In-flight Entertainment american Airlines Offers Bundled Fare Options the Consumer over Half Of Adults Have Taken A Long-haul Holiday In The Last Five Years figure 3: Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, January 2014 full-service Airlines Dominate The Long-haul Market figure 4: Transport Used On Last Long-haul Holiday, January 2014 high Airfares Are A Key Barrier To Growth figure 5: Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays, January 2014 airline Reputation And In-flight Experience Outweigh Demand For Low Price figure 6: Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, January 2014 legroom Is The Primary Demand For Long-distance Flights figure 7: Demand For In-flight Features, January 2014 what We Think issues And Insights how Will No-frills, Long-haul Airfares Impact The Market? the Facts the Implications how Can Airlines React To Shifting Consumer Expectations? the Facts the Implications trend Application transumers guiding Choice Long-haul Holidays - UK - March 2014
  • 2. mintel Futures: Generation Next market Drivers key Points no-frills, Long-haul Airfares Should Increase Accessibility In 2014 fuel Prices Remain High But Airlines Are Investing In More Efficient Planes figure 8: Jet Fuel Prices, Gbp Per Gallon, January 2009-december 2013 apd Increases Continue To Inflate The Cost Of Flying figure 9: Air Passenger Duty Rates, 2012-14 pound Performs Well Against Most Key Long-haul Currencies figure 10: Foreign Exchange Rate Index, Gbp Against Key Long-haul Destination Currencies, 2012-14 demand For Vietnamese Dong Doubled In 2013 figure 11: Post Office 10 Fastest-growing Tourist Currencies, 2013 australia And New Zealand Show The Highest Holiday Costs figure 12: Post Office Worldwide Holiday Costs Barometer, January 2014 only One Abta Member Still Levies A Surcharge who's Innovating? key Points virgin Atlantic Seeks To Differentiate By Showcasing Wearable Tech virgin America Launches In-flight Social Network american Express Partners With Tripadvisor virgin Australia Introduces Byod Wireless In-flight Entertainment american Airlines Offers Bundled Fare Options westjet Christmas Video Goes Viral market Size And Forecast key Points market Volume Is Down 19% Since 2008 figure 13: Forecast Volume And Value Of Long-haul Holidays Taken By Uk Residents, 2008-18 volume Set To Grow 14% Over The Next Five Years figure 14: Forecast Volume Of Long-haul Holidays Taken By Uk Residents, 2008-18 lower Cost To Entry Will See Value Grow At A Slower Rate figure 15: Forecast Value Of Long-haul Holidays Taken By Uk Residents, 2008-18 forecast Methodology segment Performance key Points independent Segment Returned To Growth In 2013 figure 16: Independent Vs. Non-independent Long-haul Holidays, By Volume, 2008-13 long-haul Flight Holidays Grew 2% In 2013 figure 17: Long-haul Holiday Trips Taken, By Transport Type, 2008-13 us Dominance Continues, But Underperforms The Wider Market figure 18: Top 10 Long-haul Holiday Destinations, By Volume, Years Ended 30 September 2012 And 2013 spending In Us Accounts For 30% Of Total Long-haul Expenditure figure 19: Top 10 Long-haul Holiday Destinations, By Value, Years Ended 30 September 2012 And 2013 unrest In Thailand Could Dampen Tourist Demand mexico Was The Strongest Growth Destination In 2013 figure 20: Best- And Worst-performing Destinations, By Volume Change, Years Ended 30 September 2012 And 2013 egyptian Tourism Industry Continues To Suffer india’s Visa-on-arrival Scheme Could Boost Tourist Interest the Consumer – Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years Long-haul Holidays - UK - March 2014
  • 3. key Points over Half Of Adults Have Taken A Long-haul Holiday In The Last Five Years figure 21: Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, January 2014 all-inclusive And Beach Holidays Are The Dominant Long-haul Holiday Types under-35s Are A Key Demographic For The Long-haul Market families Are Also Key, But The Nuclear Family Is No Longer The Norm the Consumer – Transport Used On Last Long-haul Holiday key Points full-service Airlines Dominate The Long-haul Market figure 22: Transport Used On Last Long-haul Holiday, January 2014 under-35s Are Key For The Burgeoning Low-cost, Long-haul Model abs Are The Most Likely To Have Flown Full-service the Consumer – Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays key Points high Airfares Are A Key Barrier To Growth figure 23: Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays, January 2014 bullish Attitudes Support The Case For A Sustained Recovery… but Financial Barriers Will Continue To Impede Growth influence Of Under-35s Threatens To Disrupt The Traditional Long-haul Market outlook For The Low-cost, Long-haul Model Is Mixed the Consumer – Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul key Points airline Reputation And In-flight Experience Outweigh Demand For Low Price figure 24: Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, January 2014 older People Are The Least Likely To Accept The Low-cost, Long-haul Model low-cost Flyers Provide A Solid Base For New Budget Brands To Expand lower Earners Less Likely To Value In-flight Experience And Airline Reputation the Consumer – Demand For In-flight Features key Points legroom Is The Primary Demand For Long-distance Flights figure 25: Demand For In-flight Features, January 2014 entertainment Provides An Opportunity To Integrate And Differentiate airlines Can Cut Costs By Targeting Byod Generation appendix – Market Size And Forecast figure 26: Forecast Volume Of Long-haul Holidays Taken, By Uk Residents, 2013-18 figure 27: Forecast Value Of Long-haul Holidays Taken, By Uk Residents, 2013-18 appendix – The Consumer – Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years figure 28: Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, January 2014 figure 29: Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, By Demographics, January 2014 figure 30: Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, By Demographics, January 2014 (continued) figure 31: Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, By Demographics, January 2014 (continued) figure 32: Last Long-haul Holiday Taken, By Demographics, January 2014 figure 33: Last Long-haul Holiday Taken, By Demographics, January 2014 (continued) figure 34: Last Long-haul Holiday Taken, By Demographics, January 2014 (continued) Long-haul Holidays - UK - March 2014
  • 4. appendix – The Consumer – Transport Used On Last Long-haul Holiday figure 35: Transport Used On Last Long-haul Holiday, January 2014 figure 36: Transport Used On Last Long-haul Holiday, By Demographics, January 2014 figure 37: Transport Used On Last Long-haul Holiday, By Last Long-haul Holiday Taken, January 2014 figure 38: Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, By Transport Used On Last Long-haul Holiday, January 2014 appendix – The Consumer – Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays figure 39: Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays, January 2014 figure 40: Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays, By Demographics, January 2014 figure 41: Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays, By Demographics, January 2014 (continued) figure 42: Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays, By Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, January 2014 figure 43: Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays, By Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, January 2014 (continued) figure 44: Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays, By Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, January 2014 (continued) figure 45: Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, By Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays, January 2014 figure 46: Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, By Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays, January 2014 (continued) figure 47: Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, By Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays, January 2014 figure 48: Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, By Attitudes Towards Long-haul Holidays, January 2014 (continued) appendix – The Consumer – Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul figure 49: Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, January 2014 figure 50: Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, By Demographics, January 2014 figure 51: Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, By Demographics, January 2014 (continued) figure 52: Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, By Transport Used On Last Long-haul Holiday, January 2014 figure 53: Transport Used On Last Long-haul Holiday, By Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, January 2014 figure 54: Transport Used On Last Long-haul Holiday, By Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, January 2014 (continued) appendix – The Consumer – Demand For In-flight Features figure 55: Demand For In-flight Features, January 2014 figure 56: Demand For In-flight Features, By Demographics, January 2014 figure 57: Demand For In-flight Features, By Demographics, January 2014 (continued) figure 58: Demand For In-flight Features, By Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, January 2014 figure 59: Demand For In-flight Features, By Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, January 2014 (continued) figure 60: Demand For In-flight Features, By Long-haul Holidays Taken In The Last Five Years, January 2014 (continued) figure 61: Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, By Demand For In-flight Features, January 2014 figure 62: Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, By Demand For In-flight Features, January 2014 (continued) figure 63: Demand For In-flight Features, By Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, January 2014 figure 64: Demand For In-flight Features, By Attitudes Towards Flying Long-haul, January 2014 (continued) figure 65: Demand For In-flight Features, By Transport Used On Last Long-haul Holiday, January 2014 ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: M/s Sheela, 90 State Street, Suite 700, Albany NY - 12207 United States Tel: +1-518-618-1030 USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948 Email: sales@researchmoz.us Website: http://www.researchmoz.us/ Long-haul Holidays - UK - March 2014
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