Travel in 2012 was all about big events: Olympics, mega-mergers, big bankruptcies, digital dominance, and both man-made and natural disasters.

What does 2013 hold in store for the business of travel?
Skift has paid close attention to everything travel since before our public launch this August.

The extensive coverage of the travel industry that readers find on provides an inside edge on understanding developments inside and outside the travel industry. With this insight, we’ve identified 13 key trends that will shape the coming year.

For the first time since the European Renaissance, the locus of travel is moving eastward, and 2013 will continue that inexorable journey. Both consumer and business travel trends are now being defined and tested out in regions other than U.S and Europe, while travel sector here, especially airlines, is in a race to find the best new fee.

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