A new report from 7Park Data, a mobile app data miner, examined Airbnb’s impact on OTAs by capturing mobile app usage across 2 million mobile devices in more than 75 countries around the world. It also identified some 200,000 frequent travelers in the U.S., looking at Airbnb users (those who used Airbnb in the last half of 2014), OTA loyalists (those who did not use Airbnb by that time), and travelers who use both OTAs and Airbnb. What 7Park Data found is that although Airbnb is definitely growing by leaps and bounds, it’s actually having a minimal impact on OTAs. Essentially, Airbnb spending consists mostly of incremental travel spend, suggesting that Airbnb is allowing these frequent travelers to take trips they might not have otherwise. In 2015, Airbnb users spent 2% less on OTAs compared to other frequent travelers and per capita OTA spending among Airbnb users was 4% lower in the first quarter of 2016 compared to other travelers. Among Airbnb users, total travel spend is roughly 100% higher, too. Get the full story at Skift and 7Park Data