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European Airport Hubs - A Hotel Perspective

European Airport Hubs - A Hotel Perspective

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European Airport HubsA Hotel Perspective
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While an airport extension for London Heathrow is being discussed, a fourth runway was launched at Frankfurt International Airport in 2011, Schiphol has become the leading airport for emerging markets such as China, Charles de Gaulle added new routes to the Far East and Madrid looks to further consolidate its status as a gateway to Latin America. Despite this ever-increasing competition, discussions continue on how UK airports can keep pace. On 17th of December 2013, the UK’s Airports Commission revealed an expansion shortlist which included adding a third runway as well as lengthening one of the existing runways at Heathrow, and developing a new runway at Gatwick – but any actual development remains years away.The impact of airport development, or lack thereof, on the wider economy is a much discussed topic. We have decided to focus on one of the key enablers of these airports – the hotel provision. Historically, airport hotels were established to serve passengers and air crews, but as airports have evolved and transformed into complex micro markets, their hotels require advanced revenue and yield management.Airports have become meeting points for business, destinations for large conferences and conventions, a paradise for shoppers and a melting pot of different nationalities, ethnicities and cultures.By assessing current dynamics at the top five European airport hubs, we illustrate how hotel demand and supply dynamics compare amongst those markets and what the impact is on local hotels.
NOEMI DULISCHEWSKISenior ConsultantChristie + CoTelephone: +44 (0) 20 7227 0739 Email: noemi.dulischewski@christie.comNAUREEN AHMEDManager, Marketing and AnalysisSTR GlobalTelephone: +44 (0) 207 922 1965Email: nahmed@strglobal.com
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About STR Global
STR Global benchmarks hotel data for over 6.4 million hotel rooms worldwide with the industry standard STAR report, allowing hoteliers to identify changes in market share and provides developers, financiers, analysts and suppliers in the hotel industry-access to hotel research with regular and custom reports.As the eminent provider of benchmarking reports to the global hotel industry, our data covers daily and monthly performance data, forecasts, annual profitability, pipeline and census information across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and South America. STR Global is a part of the STR family of companies and is proudly associated with STR, STR Analytics and HotelNewsNow.comFor more information, please visit www.strglobal.com 
DisclaimerThis report contains proprietary information of STR Global Limited, and no part of such data may be reproduced or transmitted, in any form or by any means without the express written consent of STR Global Limited. All requests to reproduce this information must be addressed to info@strglobal.com. Any approved reproduction of data within this report, in whole or part, must be attributed with an accompanying notice of copyright to ‘STR Global Limited’. Failure to comply with the preceding guides may result in legal action. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the data contained in this report, this cannot be guaranteed and neither STR Global Limited nor any related entity shall have any liability to any person or entity that relies on the information contained in this report. Any such reliance is solely at the user’s risk. Copyright laws apply.
About Christie + Co 
Founded in 1935, Christie + Co is the specialist property adviser to the hospitality, leisure, retail and care sectors. Over the past 24 months, Christie + Co has advised on £24bn worth of assets, including most of the largest UK hotel portfolios. Currently employing approximately 200 professional and specialist staff, Christie + Co has 15 offices throughout the UK - with dedicated valuation, agency, development and investment teams focused on our key sectors. Christie + Co’s international network comprises 14 wholly-owned offices in Europe’s key locations – Barcelona, Berlin, Bordeaux (opened in 2014), Dublin, Frankfurt, Helsinki, London, Lyon, Marseilles, Munich, Paris, Rennes, Vienna and Warsaw (opened in 2013). Christie + Co launched its Business Outlook 2014 in January with insightful views on 2013 and its projections for 2014. For further information, visit www.christiecorporate.com 
DisclaimerThis report has been prepared based on hotel performance benchmark data provided by STR Global and various recognised industry sources. No representation, warranty or undertaking whatsoever, expressed or implied, is made or given by or on behalf of Christie + Co in relation to the completeness or accuracy of the information provided to us by these parties in order to prepare this report.
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