Why people travel and what is motivating travel this year are key questions in an industry pegged to selling the next best destination. How are travelers deciding what to do and where to stay? Will they spend more or less than they did in 2015?
Millennial travelers, those always-connected, highly-mobile members of the workforce are forging new norms for leisure and business travel, making technology, in-the-know experiences, and adrenaline-rush adventures rather than cookie-cutter vacation packages some of the most striking hallmarks of their world view and values.
Travel Gear has it own show and it's an annual affair that brings out the latest comfort gear to help take the edge off the onerous task of traveling. Find the latest airline neck pillow (why are these always the same as all the other neck pillows?) or cool looking rolley.
Most of us fly from one city to another just hoping to get to some target destination in one piece and with all possessions within a reasonable radius of our promised arrival time. But some of us, more experienced, perhaps, or just a little more adventurous and with a lot more time, travel to get to the points in between.