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Men in Asia like solo travel more than women

Men in Asia like solo travel more than women.

The Sabre Traveler Trends Survey has revealed that men are responsible for 10 per cent more solo travel bookings than women whilst when it comes to couples booking holidays, 40 per cent of both men and women contacting their agency to book their vacation.

However, 60 per cent of people like to book their own travel as they want to ensure their customisation options are organised correctly.

Todd Arthur, vice president of Sabre Travel Network Asia Pacific, said: "As the leading technology provider to the global travel industry, Sabre is pleased to support suppliers, airlines, hotels and travellers with smart technology solutions that facilitate their end-to-end journey. As we look towards 2020 and continue to reimagine the future of travel, Sabre is committed to the development of cutting-edge innovation that allows travel consultants to better know and better serve their customers. In a market as dynamic as Asia Pacific it is essential that travel consultants leverage intelligent retailing practices and tools to ensure they maintain their competitive edge, and fulfil their business objectives."

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