The firm, which which predicts future patterns by analysing 16 million booking transactions a day, said the data shows the resilience of the global travel industry. "People are finding alternative new destinations, and they are returning to others, previously blighted by dreadful events," said CEO Olivier Jager. "However, in a world of shifting travel patterns, businesses that depend on travellers need to be able to readjust ever more quickly." The ForwardKeys data showed the US suffered a drop in visitors in the first quarter of this year, which it blamed on uncertainty due to Donald Trump's travel ban and the stronger value of the dollar. Get the full story at TravelMole