Top Travel Vendors

Total Airlines: $3,417,397,367
Airline Fiscal 2005 Sales $ Market Share
United $846,420,321 24.8%
Delta 718,009,613 21.0
American 490,587,628 14.4
U.S. Airways 277,399,591 8.1
Northwest 237,597,919 7.0
Continental 176,943,487 5.2
Alaska 124,347,797 4.0
Southwest 118,426,980 3.5
America West 54,632,883 1.6
Other 373,031,149 10.9
Total Car Rental: $378,452,570
Car Rentals Fiscal 2005 Sales $ Market Share
Hertz $76,418,895 20.2%
Enterprise 56,437,121 14.9
Avis 53,991,678 14.3
Budget 47,851,941 12.6
National 44,043,523 11.6
Thrifty 36,559,886 9.7
Alamo 28,122,423 7.4
Dollar 25,401,206 6.7
Other 9,625,895 2.5
Total Hotels: $1,996,717,583
Hotels Fiscal 2005 Sales $ Market Share
Marriott $145,961,470 7.3%
Holiday Inn 141,800,331 7.0
Residence Inn 124,869,900 6.3
Hilton Hotels/Inn 113,570,434 5.7
Embassy Suites 74,174,855 3.7
Hampton Inns 70,398,451 3.5
Sheraton 59,880,415 3.0
Courtyard Inns 54,840,725 2.7
Best Western 45,449,582 2.3
Comfort Hotel International 44,886,504 2.2
Hyatt Hotels/International 44,024,549 2.2
Homewood Suites 38,288,976 1.9
Doubletree Hotel 35,876,958 1.8
Radisson Hotels 32,666,979 1.6
Renaissance Hotels 29,749,767 1.5
Crowne Plaza Hotels 19,598,153 1.0
Quality Inn/ International 18,280,645 0.9
Wyndham Hotels 16,061,799 0.8
Ramada Inns 17,775,995 0.9
Westin Hotels 17,145,907 0.9
Days Inn of America 14,151,861 0.7
La Quinta Motor Inns 13,538,756 0.7
Omni International 10,627,350 0.5
Amerisuites 9,795,157 0.5
Adams Mark 6,491,368 0.3
Other Hotels 796,810,697 39.9

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