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Business Traveller market report is designed for clients needing a quality in-depth understanding of the dynamics and structure of the Business Traveller market report. These reports provide a much more granular and detailed data set than our competitors. All data have been researched, brand upwards, by an experienced ''on-the-ground'' industry analyst who conducts face-to-face interviews with key producers, leading companies in allied industries, distributors and retailers.

There is scope for airlines to better attract business travellers by offering more optional, business-focused extras on top of standard or economy class tickets, thereby circumventing inflated APD charges for premium classes. While low-cost airlines often charge extra for allocated seating or additional legroom, there is scope to offer power sockets or on-board or pre-flight Wi-Fi access.

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Introduction

  • Definition
  • Abbreviations

Executive Summary

The market

  • Domestic trips account for three quarters of the market
  • Figure 1: Total business travel market, domestic vs. short-haul vs. long-haul, by volume, 2007-12
  • Growth in the UK market has slowed
  • Figure 2: Total business travel market, by volume, 2008-18
  • Domestic market unaffected by economic stagnation
  • Overseas market volume has contracted 23% since 2008

Market drivers

  • Growth in business travel transactions slowed in 2012
  • Figure 3: GTMC business travel transactions, 2008-12
  • High fuel prices have failed to impact growth in the car segment
  • Figure 4: Petrol and diesel pump prices, pence per litre, January 2011-July 2013
  • Jet fuel prices remain inflated, up 63% against 2009
  • Figure 5: Jet fuel prices, GBP per gallon, Jun 2008-Jun 2013
  • Rail fare increases continue to outpace RPI
  • Pound strengthens against key business travel destination currencies
  • Market share and segmentation
  • UK residents took 15% more business trips by tunnel in 2012
  • Figure 6: Overseas business travel market, by transport method, by volume, 2007-12
  • France and Germany hold a combined 26% share of the overseas market
  • Figure 7: Top ten overseas business travel destinations, by volume, 2011-12

The consumer

  • Domestic business trip penetration doubles that of overseas
  • Figure 8: Business trips taken in the last 12 months, April 2013
  • Incentives have failed to persuade people to opt for first class rail travel
  • Just 27% of business travellers are fully reimbursed for business trips
  • Figure 9: Company approaches to business travel, April 2013
  • Some 29% of business travellers use hotel internet, 13% use a mobile dongle
  • Figure 10: Experiences of business travel, April 2013
  • 31% of business travellers would prefer to choose their own transport
  • Figure 11: Attitudes towards business travel, April 2013

What we think

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Issues in the Market

  • How can the industry tempt people away from using their own cars?
  • How can brands cater to demands to extend business trips for leisure?
  • What does the shift away from premium travel mean for the industry?
  • How will Deutsche Bahn’s cross-Channel venture affect the market?

Trend Application

  • Slow It All Down
  • Decline of Deference
  • Mintel Futures: Human

Market Drivers

Key points

  • Growth in business travel transactions slowed in 2012
  • Figure 12: GTMC business travel transactions, 2008-12
  • High fuel prices have failed to impact growth in the car segment
  • Figure 13: Petrol and diesel pump prices, pence per litre, January 2011-July 2013
  • Jet fuel prices remain inflated, up 63% against 2009
  • Figure 14: Jet fuel prices, GBP per gallon, May 2008-May 2013
  • APD rises further dampen demand for premium air travel
  • Figure 15: Air Passenger Duty, April 2012, April 2013 and April 2014
  • Rail fare increases continue to outpace RPI
  • Figure 16: Average change in rail fares, 2004-12
  • Deutsche Bahn is set to reshape the cross-Channel market
  • EU Roaming Regulation lowers the price cap for mobile data roaming
  • Pound strengthens against key business travel destination currencies
  • Figure 17: Foreign exchange rate index, GBP against selected business destination currencies, Jan 2012-Jun 2013
  • Business trips to China lag far behind its value as a UK trade partner
  • Figure 18: The UK’s top ten trade partners in 2012

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