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Market Re-forecasts: Travel - US - April 2009

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Table of contents

  1. Introduction: Reforecasting Puts Markets in Fresh Light

    • Intelligent planning brings opportunities
      • Fresh insight for making smart decisions
      • Airlines

        • Key points
          • Market size and forecast - December 19, 2008
            • Figure 1: Total operating revenue and forecast of U.S. passenger, cargo, charter and other airline, at current prices, 2002-12
            • Figure 2: Total operating revenue and forecast of U.S. passenger, cargo, charter and other airline, at inflation adjusted prices, 2002-12
            • Figure 3: Total operating profit/loss of U.S. passenger, cargo, charter and other airline, 2002-07
          • Market size and forecast – November 2007
            • Figure 4: Total operating revenue and forecast of U.S. passenger, cargo, charter and other airline, at current prices, 2002-12
            • Figure 5: Forecast of total operating revenue of U.S. passenger, cargo, charter, and other airlines, at constant prices, 2007-12
        • Business and Conference Travel

          • Key points
            • Market size and forecast - January 2009
              • Figure 6: Business and conference travel revenue and forecast, at current prices, 2003-13
              • Figure 7: Business and conference travel revenue and forecast, at inflation-adjusted prices, 2003-13
            • Market size and forecast – January 2008
              • Figure 8: Business and conference travel revenue and forecast, at current prices, 2002-12
              • Figure 9: Business and conference travel revenue and forecast, at inflation-adjusted prices, 2002-12
          • Car Rental

            • Key points
              • Market size and forecast – January 9, 2009
                • Figure 10: Total U.S. sales and forecast of the passenger car rental business, 2002-12
                • Figure 11: Total U.S. retail sales and forecast of car rental revenues, at inflation-adjusted prices, 2002-12
              • Market size and forecast – May 2008
                • Figure 12: Total U.S. sales and forecast of the passenger car rental business, 2002-12
                • Figure 13: Total U.S. retail sales and forecast of car rental revenues, at inflation-adjusted prices, 2002-12
            • Casino and Casino-style Gambling

              • Key points
                • Market size and forecast February, 2009
                  • Figure 14: U.S. casino sales, at current prices, 2003-13
                  • Figure 15: U.S. casino sales, at inflation-adjusted prices, 2003-13
                  • Figure 16: U.S. commercial casino sales, at current prices, 2003-13
                  • Figure 17: U.S. tribal casino sales, at current prices, 2003-13
                  • Figure 18: U.S. racetrack casino sales, at current prices, 2003-13
                  • Figure 19: U.S. card room sales, at current prices, 2003-13
                • Market size and forecast originally published November 2008
                  • Figure 20: U.S. casino sales, at current prices, 2002-12
                  • Figure 21: U.S. casino sales, at inflation-adjusted prices, 2002-12
                  • Figure 22: U.S. commercial casino sales, at current prices, 2002-12
                  • Figure 23: U.S. tribal casino sales, at current prices, 2002-12
                  • Figure 24: U.S. racetrack casino sales, at current prices, 2002-12
                  • Figure 25: U.S. card room sales, at current prices, 2002-12
              • Honeymoon Travel

                • Key points
                • Hotels and Accommodations

                  • Key points
                    • Market size and forecast – January 2009
                      • Figure 26: U.S. hotels and accommodations revenue and forecast, at current prices, 2003-13
                      • Figure 27: U.S. hotels and accommodations revenue and forecast, at inflation-adjusted prices, 2003-13
                    • Market size and forecast – September 2008
                      • Figure 28: U.S. hotels and accommodations revenue and forecast, at current prices, 2003-13
                      • Figure 29: U.S. hotels and accommodations revenue and forecast, at inflation-adjusted prices, 2003-13
                  • Long Vacations

                    • Key points
                      • Market size and forecast - January 9, 2009
                        • Figure 30: Total U.S. sales and forecast of long domestic vacation and leisure travel, at current prices, 2002-12
                        • Figure 31: Total U.S. sales and forecast of long domestic vacation and leisure travel, at inflation-adjusted prices, 2002-12
                      • Market size and forecast November 2007
                        • Figure 32: Total U.S. sales and forecast of long domestic vacation and leisure travel, at current prices, 2002-12
                        • Figure 33: Total U.S. sales and forecast of long domestic vacation and leisure travel, at inflation-adjusted prices, 2002-12

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                    Market Re-forecasts: Travel - US - April 2009

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