The Future of Travel is TFI’s core research programme which underpins our ability to assist clients in their planning and development
The main drivers for passenger demand in the short to medium term include economic factors such as income growth (usually measured by a proxy such as GDP), competitiveness and prices for tourism (usually measured by a proxy such as exchange rates) and airfares. Longer term factors driving demand include population, social and technological issues.
On the supply side airline capacity becomes an important issue. It Indicates the potential for airlines to stimulate, or depress, growth.
Selected intelligence garnered from our research program is provided here on our Indicators and Insights pages.