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  • Luxury travellers make budget plans
  • Luxury travellers make budget plans
    Tom Godber (2007) ©
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Luxury travellers make budget plans

Spending on luxury travel hit a $460 billion high in 2014. But according to new research, when it comes to making travel plans for 2015, HNWIs are budgeting and ‘going DIY’ in order to travel more spontaneously, and more often. But how will this affect the luxury travel sector?

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