The third shopper insights report has been published on the APTRA website. The report, which looks at Indian travelers shopping behavior, enables members to see both the current shopper behavior and trends and compare to how this has evolved since the previous Indian consumer research was undertaken in 2015. The report also features air traffic data provided through m1nd-set’s partnership with IATA and ARC’s ‘Direct Data Service’ (DDS) database
The DDS program is built on travel agency sales data captured through ARC and IATA’s financial settlement systems and ticket sales contributed by airlines participating in the program, which makes it unique. DDS is able to estimate 100% of global airline sales data, including scheduled and charter flights and low cost airline traffic; the tool also distinguishes between travel classes.
The report demonstrates the current and forecast traffic for the country as well as a breakdown for all major airports.
The other reports scheduled for 2017 on Korean and Japanese shopper behaviour in duty free and travel retail will be released over the course of the year.
APTRA is grateful to Interparfums and Remy Cointreau for sponsoring the 2017 research programme.
Any other member companies interested in supporting the 2017 research are invited to contact APTRA Executive Officer Michael Barrett : firstname.lastname@example.org / +855 89 772 600.