Online Travel Bookings Will Surpass Offline Bookings for the First Time in 2007

According to a new report from PhoCusWright Inc., next year for the
first time transactions on the Internet will account for over half (54
percent) of all U.S. travel bookings. The report, PhoCusWright’s U.S.
Online Travel Overview, is now in its sixth edition and is used by
members of the travel, tourism and hospitality industries to assess the
domestic leisure/unmanaged business online travel market. It analyzes
this market by segment, channel and major players, projecting trends
through 2008.

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