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GDS hotel bookings drop, revenue still climbing

02/29/2012| 9:42:13 AM| 中文

According to the latest data from Pegasus, hotel bookings eased off levels from January 2011, a month that realized robust double-digit margins over 2010 for both GDS and ADS channels.

According to the latest data from Pegasus, hotel bookings eased off levels from January 2011, a month that realized robust double-digit margins over 2010 for both GDS and ADS channels. In January 2012, global corporate bookings dropped -1.6% while leisure bookings fell -5.0%. Yet thanks to higher ADR revenue is still healthy and climbing.

January 2012 hotel bookings through global distribution system channels decreased 1.6 percent compared with the previous year but still represent a "strong and steadfast volume" for corporate travel, according to Pegasus Solutions. 

January 2011 GDS bookings had increased about 28 percent compared with the prior year, and this year's decrease was lower than the 3.4 percent year-over-year drop in bookings reported for December 2011.

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