15 largest travel companies 2013

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15 largest travel companies 2013 (Brewbooks on flickr)

Skift recently published their 15 largest travel companies 2013. I thought this might be useful to share, especially as 6 of them are airlines. The airlines mentioned are Delta, Ryanair, United, Southwest, Singapore Airlines and Lufthansa.

It seems it's not all about the traditional carriers with budget airlines like Ryanair and Southwest proving their worth.

The airline reliant company Amadeus also made it onto the list with it's airline IT and global distribution system business for airlines and travel agencies. So take a look, let us know what you think.

Company

Market Cap

Revenue

1. Las Vegas Sands

$42.72B

$11.1B

2. Priceline

$42.32B

$5.2B

3. Walt Disney*

$34.99B

$12.9B

4. Carnival Corp.

$27.01B

$15.4B

5. Delta Air Lines

$15.77B

$36.6B

6. Ryanair

$15.35B

$5.6B

7. Amadeus

$14.19B

$3.7B

8. Wynn Resorts

$12.74B

$5.1B

9. Marriott

$12.28B

$11.7B

10. Starwood

$12.25B

$6.3B

11. United Continental

$10.43B

$37.1B

12. Hertz

$10.05B

$9B

13. Southwest Airlines

$9.28B

$17.1B

14. Singapore Airlines

$9.21B

$11.6B

15. Lufthansa

$9.11B

$20.9B

World Low Cost Airlines Congress is this September. To find out which companies on the list you can expect to see and meet there, follow the banner below.

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