Here we pull together some of the most compelling mobile statistics and insights from experts in the travel industry. Tour operators, take note.

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Travel-related mobile queries so far during 2013 are up some 66% year-on-year (Source) Tweet this stat!

31% of smartphone users claim they research travel on their mobile devices (SourceTweet this stat!

14% of smartphone users are securing a booking or quotes on their mobile devices (SourceTweet this stat!

49% of those using mobiles to get prices for travel products do so on aggregators (SourceTweet this stat!

Those who book from mobile devices have 5.1 research sessions & visit 3.3 websites (SourceTweet this stat!

Tablets for travel arrangements are increasing – 21% for business & 9% for leisure travelers (Source) Tweet this stat!

20% of Australian households now have at least 1 tablet (SourceTweet this stat!

Up to a week before travel, 5.3% of travelers would make a last-minute booking on a tablet, 43.8% on mobile (Source) Tweet this stat!

94% of TripAdvisor customers are using mobile to research local things to do Tweet this stat!

59% of Asian leisure travelers want to book travel products “whenever they can” and “wherever they can” (Source) Tweet this stat!

23% of leisure and 26% of business travelers use their mobile browser to book vacation activities (Source) Tweet this stat!

 

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Here we pull together some of the most compelling mobile statistics and insights from experts in the travel industry. Tour operators, take note.

10 Mobile Statistics Tour Operators Need to Know from Rezdy Tour Booking Software

Share the statistics used in this post

Travel-related mobile queries so far during 2013 are up some 66% year-on-year (Source) Tweet this stat!

31% of smartphone users claim they research travel on their mobile devices (SourceTweet this stat!

14% of smartphone users are securing a booking or quotes on their mobile devices (SourceTweet this stat!

49% of those using mobiles to get prices for travel products do so on aggregators (SourceTweet this stat!

Those who book from mobile devices have 5.1 research sessions & visit 3.3 websites (SourceTweet this stat!

Tablets for travel arrangements are increasing – 21% for business & 9% for leisure travelers (Source) Tweet this stat!

20% of Australian households now have at least 1 tablet (SourceTweet this stat!

Up to a week before travel, 5.3% of travelers would make a last-minute booking on a tablet, 43.8% on mobile (Source) Tweet this stat!

94% of TripAdvisor customers are using mobile to research local things to do Tweet this stat!

59% of Asian leisure travelers want to book travel products “whenever they can” and “wherever they can” (Source) Tweet this stat!

23% of leisure and 26% of business travelers use their mobile browser to book vacation activities (Source) Tweet this stat!

 

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