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Millennial Traveller II

Published January 2015

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Research categories: Accommodation, Transport, Consumer

The Millennial Traveller report series is based on WYSE Travel Confederation’s Millennial Traveller survey, which was conducted in 2014 to capture a snapshot of the behaviours, experiences and attitudes of Millennials, a young, yet influential demographic group of travellers born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s.

The series presents an analysis of responses regarding destinations, travel services, travel motivations, trip characteristics, use of the internet and mobile technology, plus attitudes towards current political and socio-economic issues through a number of short reports.

Each report is focused on a specific topic or sector of the youth travel industry and highlights issues of importance for the Millennial traveller, as well as opportunities for interacting with and serving Millennials.

Key takeaways

Millennial Traveller II focuses on four types of services utilised by Millennials: travel agents, airlines, tour operators and hostels. Key findings of the report cover:

  • Planning and booking preferences
  • Factors influencing travel decisions
  • Opinions on products and services

Page count: 27

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