The latest GBTA Global Travel Price Outlook shows marginal increases or flat travel prices for next year, and outlines the need to react to an ever-changing global landscape to stay ahead.

Six key factors posing a threat to the travel industry and global economy are described as the emerging markets, financial turbulence, geopolitical risks, Brexit uncertainty, fluctuating US interest rates and the price of oil.

Traditional hotels will remain popular in the face of the sharing economy, with no single common trend in price rises and falls round the world other than they are expected to change little over-all.

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