Forty-five percent of bookings for internal flights made in the islands are for Barcelona, followed by Madrid which takes a 30 percent share, while those for Valencia and Seville only amount to four percent. As for the origin of tourists coming to the islands, Barcelona and Madrid account for 75 percent, followed by Valencia, Seville, Malaga and Alicante.
According to the director of Logitravel, Ovidio Andres, the type of client who books his holidays on the internet is of medium or medium to high income and seeks information well in advance of travelling in comparison with those who book with traditional travel agents, but he buys much later. The type of journey reserved by internet is simpler than the ones reserved in a traditional agency and usually consists of buying an air ticket, a stay in a hotel and transfers to and from the hotel, he said. Also the internet client has no patience so the system has to be quick to give a reply or the client will look elsewhere.
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