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Travel Trends for USA and Utah: An International Perspective

sheriff in town … so we’re all “staying tuned!” DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE MISSION STATEMENT To foster, promote, and develop the foreign and domestic commerce of the United States. OFFICE OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM INDUSTRIES GOAL To assist travel and tourism businesses To assist the travel and tourism industry businesses by advancing policies and programs that strengthen economic development and export opportunities Office of Travel & Tourism Industries What We Do at OTTI… Research Publications Office of/


Canadian Travel to the U.S.

my responsibilities is to ensure useful data on the Canadian visitor origin market is available in consideration of Travel and Tourism Advisory Board and other marketing programs. Impacts of any sort deriving from the recently enacted TPA won’t be known / NEI by providing a framework for increasing exports Identify export promotion opportunities Identify sector-specific market barriers and solutions Travel and Tourism is one of the seven sectors identified. Canada is one of the key markets within the sector/


The Tourism Satellite Account Perspective Bahamas Tourism in 2003 May 17, 2006 How Important is Tourism in The Bahamas?

4 Copyright 2006 © Global Insight, Inc. 5 T&T Industry and Economy The TSA provides both a narrow & a broad understanding of the Tourism “Industry” Travel & Tourism Economy  The flow-through effect of travel demand across the economy Travel & Tourism Industry  The direct effect of travel demand  Focus of the TSA 6 Copyright 2006 © Global Insight, Inc. 2003 Bahamas Tourism TSA Results 7 Copyright 2006 © Global Insight, Inc. Direct/


1 Office of Travel & Tourism Industries, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce (July 2012) Inbound Statistics and Trends Presented.

2012) Use of Guided Tour by Overseas Visitors: 1996 - 2011 Share of Visitors % Visitors (000) U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, Office of Travel and Tourism Industries (October 2012) ‘Overseas’ excludes Canada and Mexico. 12 Office of Travel & Tourism Industries, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce (July 2012) Overseas **4,96310%19% 1Japan 79912%-43% 2United Kingdom 736-1%2% 3 Australia/


BTEC National Travel & Tourism 2007 specifications (c)Travel and Tourism Publishing Ltd. 1 BTEC National Travel and Tourism Unit 1 Investigating Travel.

designed to provide evidence for P1 BTEC National Travel & Tourism 2007 specifications (c)Travel and Tourism Publishing Ltd. 8 Why do people travel? BTEC National Travel & Tourism 2007 specifications (c)Travel and Tourism Publishing Ltd. 9 Leisure tourism BTEC National Travel & Tourism 2007 specifications (c)Travel and Tourism Publishing Ltd. 10 Business tourism BTEC National Travel & Tourism 2007 specifications (c)Travel and Tourism Publishing Ltd. 11 Business tourism is often considered to be ‘high value/


1 Office of Travel & Tourism Industries, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce International Travel to the U.S.: Recovering,

.S. Department of Commerce Example of Reports Available from OTTI’s Website 42 Office of Travel & Tourism Industries, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce Summary We are seeing travel and tourism industry sales GROW! We need to continue to expand travel and tourism exports to eventually regain and GROW jobs. 43 Office of Travel & Tourism Industries, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce How to Find Us http/


REPUBLIC OF TURKEY MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND TOURISM General Directorate of Promotion August-2009.

%),Marmaris (12%), Istanbul (11%), Fethiye (10%), Belek (8 %) Bodrum, Kas (6 %) The Most Effective Advertisement Type and Time TV, press, outdoor; October-November period SWEDEN Population9,031,088 Tourism AuthoritySweden Travel and Tourism Council International Travels12.6 million (2008) Tourism Expenditure13,9 billion USD (2007) Number of Tour Operators and Travel Agencies 130 Preferred Foreign DestinationsFinland, Denmark, Spain, Norway, Germany, England, Italy, Greece, France Length of stayOne week/


The Tourism Industry. Terms Traveler-Anyone on a trip Traveler-Anyone on a trip anywhere, whatever the length or purpose Visitor- someone engaged in tourism.

understanding other people Passport to peace thru understanding other people 1982 WTO (World Tourism Organization) defined cultural tourism as: 1982 WTO (World Tourism Organization) defined cultural tourism as: –“Covering all aspects of travel whereby people learn about each other’s way of life and thought.” What might be some barriers to travel? Barriers to Travel Cost Cost Lack of time Lack of time Accessibility or distance Accessibility or/


PPT template Latvija Welcome to Latvia! Maija Poča Latvian Tourism Development Agency.

www.greetingsfromlatvia.lv PPT template Latvija www.tava.gov.lvwww.tava.gov.lv – videos and interactive presentation PPT template Latvija Tourism Publications Available online There are number of tourism publications in several languages available for download on our website: www.latvia.travel/en/brochures-and-leaflets-0www.latvia.travel/en/brochures-and-leaflets-0 Available in hard copy Most of the publications are also available in hard/


HOSPITALITY & TOURISM COMPLETE 健康及心理評量工具資料庫 EBSCO Publishing Taiwan, 02-27298821 施宏明.

4 conference proceedings collections 193 full-text journals & magazines including Hotel Management, International Journal of Tourism Research, Lodging Hospitality, Restaurant Business, Restaurant Hospitality, Tourism & Hospitality Management, etc. Also includes market research reports on restaurants & foodservice and travel & tourism Hospitality & Tourism Complete Journal Breakdown Also includes 57 full-text books & monographs not available in full text in any version of Business Source NOT Available/


SAN DIEGO SPORTS ALLIANCE STRATEGIC PARTNER SAN DIEGO TOURISM AUTHORITY SUCCESSOR TO SAN DIEGO SPORTS COMMISSION SPORTS TOURISM: Filling the Hotel Room.

per Athlete per Event 14% of Household Income Spent by Typical Family with 2 Travel Sports Participants Sports Tourism: Current & Future Economic Impact Over 232,000 Sports Tourism Room Nights in FY ’15 43 Events = 29 Returning + 14 New (FY/ Sales Targets = Sports Associations/Governing Bodies, plus Event Rights Holders Identify Incentives Necessary to Capture Future Events and Replenish the Sports Event Niche Maximize SDTMD Resources for Creating a Competitive, Incentivized Event Bid Package San Diego /


University of Pretoria THE STATE OF DOMESTIC TOURISM IN SOUTH AFRICA: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES 30 March 2015 Prof Berendien Lubbe Division: Tourism.

economic territory of the country of reference (StatsSA). Domestic Tourist Residents of one country travelling only within that country,  Outside usual environment  Not remunerated within the place visited Domestic Travel & Tourism Spending – Spending within a country by that country’s residents for both business and leisure trips 3 Why is domestic tourism important? Cushions effect of global market volatility, bringing stability & predictability in the industry/


IDENTIFYING TOURISM TRAVEL AND TOURISM. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SHOW EXAMPLES OF TOURISM?

, 1/15 workers- 123 million people world wide were working in travel & tourism related industries!! Tourism industry accounts for $4.3 TRILLION in spin off business Tourism Employment – Direct & Indirect DIRECT OR INDIRECT? WHAT ABOUT YOU? Close to 200 Million people worldwide work in Travel and Tourism related industries. If you could choose a career in the Travel and Tourism industry, what would it be? Task: Select a career we/


TYPES OF TOURISM. BUSINESS TOURISMTRAVEL TO COMPLETE A BUSINESS TRANSACTION OR ATTEND A BUSINESS EVENT.  EXAMPLES conventions sales meetings trade.

Africa, or the rainforest of Costa Rica are examples CULTURAL TOURISMTravel to experience history, folklore and cultural lifestyle of a location.  Museums, homestays, mosques SOCIAL TOURISMTravel which involves the company of others.  This may include travel by tour bus and family visits. RECREATIONAL TOURISMTourism to experience something different from the routine of daily life. Relaxing Camping ACTIVE TOURISMTourism that has a predetermined objective, such as… Climbing a/


Halaltripinfo.com Your Guide for Halal Tourism in India.

but just giving additional service to the People who are looking for certain services to make their stay more comfortable.. Halal Tourism is not only restricted to Muslim Travelers but can also be experienced by any other traveler who would like to feel and explore the experience. Hotel is the most important choice one makes when planning a trip. As such choosing a Halal/


Travel & Tourism quiz Ana Luísa Pires 2011/2012. Travel & Tourism quiz Take the following quiz to find out how worldly-wise you are. Ana Luísa Pires 2011/2012.

1- According to the UNWTO, which three countries recorded the largest number of tourist arrivals in 2009? a) France, Spain and the United States b) Italy, the United Kingdom and Germany c) China, Turkey and Mexico * Ana Luísa Pires 2011/2012 Travel & Tourism quiz 2-What is the richest country in Europe in terms of GDP per capita? a)Luxembourg b)Switzerland c) Germany/


BREAKING OUT OF BORING CLUSTER PATH DEPENDENCY? The Case of Tourism Development in North Jutland, Denmark Henrik Halkier & Anette Therkelsen Aalborg University,

North Jutland: Path dependency and path plasticity 4.Researching tourism cluster path plasticities PATH DEPENDENCY IN TOURISM Limited innovation despite policy  Limited innovation an oft-repeated claim in tourism research  Small actors with limited resources  Many public policies addressing this,  Competitive pressure on European destinations growing  Cheap flights, also to far-away destinations  Internet creates new transperancy for experienced travellers  Need to stimulate change through/


Child Rights and Tourism

, employees must receive regular training. Policy sample Our Company condemns the sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism. We will train our staff and partners to ensure that they know what to do if they suspect such exploitation in the course / Code of Conduct for the protection of children from sexual exploitation in travel and tourism The annual report allows the signatory company to take stock of the efforts made and results achieved. Session 9 The Code of Conduct: The Signing Process The/


Powered by China Outbound Tourism Research Institute Berenice Aceves, MBA COTRI China Outbound Tourism Research Institute, Heide / Beijing China Outbound.

of quantitative growth but also because of qualitative developments: 1.Political support for outbound tourism 2.Greater interest in in-depth travels 3.Easy access to passports and hard currency Exhibitors Workshop April 12, 2011 Powered by China Outbound Tourism Research Institute China Outbound Tourism 2011: 1. Political support for outbound tourism by Chinese Central Government: On November 25th 2009, a State Council executive meeting chaired/


Introduction to Tourism

) in the given area. Forms of Tourism Outbound Tourism Tourism involving residents travelling (as visitors) in an area other than the given area. In the case where the area is a country, there are three more forms of tourism: Internal Tourism National Tourism International Tourism Internal Tourism Comprises domestic and inbound tourism National Tourism Comprises domestic and inbound and outbound tourism International Tourism Consists of inbound and outbound tourism Destination of Visitors Country A Other/


National Certificates in Travel & Tourism Thursday 26 June 2008.

Resort Representation: An Introduction Possible programmes (4) travel slant National Certificate in Travel and Tourism at SCQF Level 6 Structure of Travel and Tourism Tourist Destinations Skills for Customer Care Communication Travel Agency Practice and Procedures (x2) Air Travel (x2) Marketing in Travel and Tourism: An Introduction Selling the Travel and Tourism Product Travel and Tourism: Enhancing Skills for Employment Travel and Tourism Study Visit Implementing the new National Certificates at Glasgow/


DEMAND FOR TOURISM Contents 1. Nature of Demand 2. Travel and Tourism Products 3. Buyer Objectives 4. Types of Variables Influencing and Constraining Tourism.

income, business cash flow or stock of liquid assets such as savings Political controls; passport and visa systems, price and fare regulation and travel and tourism taxes Time; work and public holiday allowance, school and college vacation periods, time limits on conducting business trips TOURISM DEMAND 6. Constraints on Tourism Demand Constraints such as time and money can be represented for individual tourists: Y >= pk xk V >= tk xk Y: disposable/


The Future of Sport Tourism Managing and Developing the Sport Tourism Profession Tom Robinson Senior Lecturer Hanze University Groningen.

The Future of Sport Tourism Managing and Developing the Sport Tourism Profession Tom Robinson Senior Lecturer Hanze University Groningen THE EMERGENCE OF SPORT TOURISM One of the fastest growing sectors of the global travel and tourism industry. Value in 2003 as high as $51billion, equivalent to 10 per cent of the global tourism market. By 2011, travel and tourism is expected to be more than 10 per cent of global GDP The/


Tourism Organizations

the government’s policy of decentralization under the Local Government Code. The DOT regional offices are also actively involved in the formulation of Regional Tourism Master Plans (RTMP) that will serve as the framework in the development of travel and tourism in the Philippines. The regional offices are located in the following ares: Baguio City San Fernando, La Union with sub-offices in Laoag/


GCSE Leisure and Tourism

for people working in the travel and tourism industry to visit the World Travel Market. Activity 5 Summarise the main differences between leisure travel, business travel and VFR travel using the following table. Leisure Travel Business Travel VFR Travel The types and size of the group people travelling The type of accommodation used The tourism activities which take place The main purpose of the travel How far in advance the travel is booked During what time/


International Cases in Sustainable Travel & Tourism © Benckendorff & Lund-Durlacher (Eds) International Cases in Sustainable Travel & Tourism Wild Beauty.

of Understanding (MoU), signed by all five mayors, ministers, the director of the national park and NGO representatives O Foundation of Regional Tourism Organisation (RTO). International Cases in Sustainable Travel & Tourism Training and Professionalization O Training program for different stakeholders in both tourism hardware (e.g. accommodation and other infrastructure) and software (e.g. services and activities). O Cooperation with international experts, e.g. –Austrian Association of Alpine Organisations/


HOSP210 : Business of Tourism On the Right Track Library Research Skills & Resources Michelle Ward, January 2008 Okanagan College Kelowna, Library www.okanagan.bc.ca/library.

Types of Info needed whose Perspectives Library Website … next step! Library Website www.okanagan.bc.ca/library Example: Business of Ecotourism ecotourism eco-tourism eco-tours eco-travel eco-friendly travel wilderness tourism nature tourism adventure tourism sustainable tourism / travel alpine / marine ecotourism tourism and environment tourism and sustainability Canada North America British Columbia Okanagan Names of eco-friendly resorts/recreation areas eg. Lake OHara Lodge, Yoho National Park business/


ACCESSIBLE TOURISM IMIC 2 February 2006 Dr. Aris Ikkos, ISHC.

, they will increase by 30 mln. –In 2002 spent $13,6 δις in trips –40% of travellers, travelled outside US: 44% to Europe: Germany (28%), Un. Kingdom (28%), France (25%) 7 Characteristics of Accessible Tourism Book in Advance Internet / open forums Total accessibility Loyal customers With family, friends, and/or carers Travelling out of season as well Accessible destinations: –Competitive advantage => high occupancy / prices –Friendly profile/


Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management

4th batch of Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Tourism & Leisure) at Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management (IITTM), Pusa, New Delhi. Our students have undergone rigorous training and have experienced practical exposure in varied fields including Tour Operations, Tourism Marketing, Travel and Trade, Event Planning and Management and Adventure Tourism. They have been exposed to the basic realities and problems faced by the tourism sectors through a field component in various organizations/


Tourism BC – Australian Website Usability Testing – December 2005 1 Tourism British Columbia Australian Website: Usability Findings NOVEMBER 2005.

internet users looked immediately for navigation bar to get straight to the most relevant content Tourism BC – Australian Website Usability Testing – December 2005 17 First impressions: Recommendations Decide who is your most valuable Australian target audience and select a banner image that appeals to this target audience – skiers, tour based travellers and independent travellers are very different in what they find appealing Use SAE links/


NEW DEVELOPMENTS & TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL TOURISM

of the world, Agritourism overlaps with geotourism , ecotourism, wine tourism and culinary tourism. Other terms associated with agritourism are "agritainment", "value added products," "farm direct marketing", and "sustainable agriculture". Travel for Natural Beauties Camping Sometimes overlooked as part of the travel and tourism industry Campers travel millions of miles a year in the U.S., Canada, and Europe Statistics in dollars and numbers of campers show that camping is an enormous/


Germany Product Deck. Slide no. 2 © South African Tourism 2010 Slide no. 2 © South African Tourism 2010 How long do they stay? Which provinces do they.

local cuisines at local restaurants Source: Grail Research Analysis of focus group discussions in Germany Slide no. 8 © South African Tourism 2010  Travel Planning Process – Selection of a destination Movies, travel brochures, magazines, and word of mouth inspire Germans to travel, who then research destinations and seek value for money options Consideration  Once Germans have shortlisted their dream destinations, they extensively research them  They refer to/


Netherlands Product Deck

STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE Egypt, Israel, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Malaysia Responsibility Country Manager Regional Director Stakeholder manager TRM: Global Contents SA Tourism Mandate, Key Strategic Objectives and Strategy Overview of Dutch Tourists How many tourists come to SA How do they look for travel information How do they book How to delight them How we attract them Consumers: Target Segments Where to Focus: Breakdown/


Medical Tourism 101 – Renee Marie Stephano – Medical Tourism Association Opportunities in Medical Tourism & Health and Wellness for Las Vegas Jonathan.

. This will help you pursue your expectations for a particular medical tourist destination. Tourism Information for Patients and their Companions during their medical stay Expectations of patients and companions when traveling to specific countries and cities Full Color photos of the hospitals and tourism opportunities unlike other industry guides Medical Tourism 101 – Renee Marie Stephano – Medical Tourism Association Almost 90% of patients gather information on healthcare online People will/


Slide no. 1 © South African Tourism 2010 Click to edit Master subtitle style SA Tourism’s 2009/10 Annual Report and Financial & Performance Information.

2009 has been awarded in the Best Entertainment Category of the Luxury Tourism Awards 2009 held at the International Luxury Travel Exhibition held in Travel & Leisure World’s Best Awards readers’ survey Cape Town has been voted second in the world’s top City in the 2009 Travel and Leisure online poll The following SA hotels have been voted the worlds top 100 hotels for/


Juneau Downtown Tourism Transportation Study May 27, 2003.

access movements to facilitate traffic flow  Best Management Practices Downtown Tourism Transportation Study Private Transit Travel  Passenger loading locations and staging areas Downtown Tourism Transportation Study Private Transit Travel  Passenger loading locations and staging areas Downtown Tourism Transportation Study Private Transit Travel Desires Downtown Tourism Transportation Study Private Transit Travel Desires Downtown Tourism Transportation Study Roadway System Inventory  12,000-15,000/


REPUBLIC OF TURKEY MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND TOURISM

other countries. In 2021 It is foreseen that 125 millions Chinese people will make international travel and total travel expenditure will be 100 billion $. Source: WTTC INTERNATIONAL TOURISM TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES BRIC COUNTRIES ARE RISING IN IMPORTANCE Tourism Demand to Turkey 2010 2011 2011/2010 (%) Brasil 65 246 89 442 37.08 Russia 3 107 043 3 468 214 11.62 Indian 63 406 73 731/


Cook: Tourism: The Business of Travel, 3rd edition (c) 2006 Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 07458. All Rights Reserved Chapter Two: Marketing.

Saddle River, NJ, 07458. All Rights Reserved Specialized Tourism Segments, continued Mature Travelers Immense market for tourism is population age 55 and older This age group is presently the largest and fastest growing age group in industrialized countries Mature travelers spend more than younger travelers and account for 80 percent of all commercial vacation travel These older adults are wealthier and have more free time than other groups Can be/


Dahlonega & Lumpkin Co. Georgia: The 2009 Economic Significance of Tourism to the County by the Southeast Tourism Society Dr. Steve Morse, Economist Tourism.

generate in … Daily State Tax Revenues? Daily Local Tax Revenues? Daily Worker Income & Payroll? Source: Study prepared for the GA Dept. of Economic Development, Tourism Division by the U.S. Travel Association. “2009 Travel Economic Impact on Georgia State, Counties, and Regions.” & Dr. Steve Morse, University of Tennessee On an average day in Dahlonega - Lumpkin Co., tourists spending generates… $5,233 daily in Georgia/


Learning Objectives Understand what tourism is and its many definitions. Learn the components of tourism and tourism management. Examine the various approaches.

that qualify for travel and tourism; e.g., under 50 miles (80 km) from home. (4) Students traveling between home and school only -- other travel of students is within scope of travel and tourism. (5) All persons moving to a new place of residence including all one-way travelers, such as emigrants, immigrants, refugees, domestic migrants, and nomads. NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT The Tourism Phenomenon: Components of tourism and tourism management NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE PHSYIOGRAPHY/


 The travel and tourism industry is the world’s largest and most diverse industry.  Many nations rely on this dynamic industry as a primary source for.

.D.)  Mobility Era (1800 – 1944)  The Modern Era (21st A.D.) The History of Travel and TourismTourism: The activities of persons traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purpose.  Discussion: Give a sample. Defining Tourism  The world travel is defined as the act of moving outside one’s community for business or pleasure/


New Research on the International Travelers to the U.S.

Trade Administration U.S. Department of Commerce January 29, 2015 We Serve as the National Tourism Office… …by advancing policies and programs that strengthen economic development and export opportunities. Publications Research Industry Relations Travel Promotion Act Policy National Travel & Tourism Office The former Office of Travel and Tourism Industries is now called the National Travel & Tourism Office yesterday you heard our new Executive Director (Kelly Craighead) speak. As you heard, she/


Cook: Tourism: The Business of Travel, 3rd edition (c) 2006 Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 07458. All Rights Reserved Chapter Four: Bringing.

River, NJ, 07458. All Rights Reserved Chapter Four: Bringing Travelers and Tourism Service Providers Together Cook: Tourism: The Business of Travel, 3rd edition (c) 2006 Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 07458. All Rights Reserved Learning Objectives Describe how services are different from goods Explain the importance of intermediaries in the distribution of tourism services Identify and describe the three different types of distribution channels that are/


BTEC Travel and Tourism Unit 1 revision quiz

simple, quality tourist facilities in natural locations Sustainable tourism Eco tourism Adventure tourism What does the I in MICE stand for? Innovative Increased Incentive Cultural Heritage Travel Historical Travel Culture Travel Definition: travel to places which represent stories of people and events of the past and present Cultural Heritage Travel Historical Travel Culture Travel Definition: Jobs that are created by the travel and tourism industry Direct employment Indirect employment Economic multiplier/


“THE WORLD’S RISING VALUE”

for repeat customers SPAs for male and females Informed agencies about Halal tourism Provided new amenities for Muslim tourists How to Improve Halal Tourism? Create Strong Halal Tourism Standards Build halal travel industry value chain ; including lodging, restaurants, attractions Convert regular hotels to halal hotels Provide muslim friendly travel infrustructure Inform agencies about halal tourism How to Improve Halal Tourism? Advertise halal tourism in Muslim countries Provide Goverment subsidies/


Tourism supply issues Chapters 5 to 9.

Aviation Organization Regional International Organizations Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Pacific Asia Travel Association European Travel Commission National Organizations Office of Travel and Tourism Industries (OTTI) Canadian Tourism Commission Travel Industry Association of America China Tourism Tourism Malaysia And many others… Provincial or State Tourism Organizations In Canada, provinces and territories coordinate with CTC Example Tourism BC In the United States, there is no CTC/


Rhode Island and US Tourism: Finally, Some Good News November 8, 2011.

 Risk Assessment  Infrastructure Analysis  Policy Evaluation  Economic Development  Economic Impact Copyright © 2010 IHS Global Insight, Inc.4 Travel and Tourism Expertise Visitation & Spending ForecastsVisitation & Spending Forecasts –by category and by country, region, state, or U.S. city. Market size, growth, and share. Market Feasibility & Investment FacilitationMarket Feasibility & Investment Facilitation market analysis & research, demand/supply review, policy evaluation, development cost/


Canadian Travel to the U.S.

responsibilities is to ensure useful data on the Canadian visitor origin market is available in consideration of Travel and Tourism Advisory Board and other marketing programs. Impacts of any sort deriving from the recently enacted TPA won’t be /mature from an industry life-stage perspective??? 41 Thank You! MARK BROWN Office of Travel and Tourism Industries Questions? MARK BROWN Office of Travel and Tourism Industries International Trade Administration U.S. Department of Commerce Phone: 202-482-4754 mark./


CONCEPTS AND FORMS OF TOURISM Philippine Experience Agenda Item 9 Milagros Y. Say 17 July 2006.

of the country’s international airports Inbound Tourism Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibition Survey - data source for the MICE market and tourism business expenditure - conducted annually comprising of 3 surveys which are 1.Survey on Convention Utilization 2.Survey on Convention Income and Expenditure 3.Survey on Incentive Travel Domestic Tourism Study on Regional Travel in the Philippines - data source for domestic tourism - conducted every three years comprising of/


Cook: Tourism: The Business of Travel, 3rd edition (c) 2006 Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 07458. All Rights Reserved Chapter Twelve: Exploring.

Transportation transformations Development of more fuel efficient forms of transportation Expansion of rail service and higher speeds Increase of light rail service in U.S. and Canada Push for larger, quieter, more efficient aircrafts Internet: Travel tool of the 21 st century Travel planning and booking has increased Cook: Tourism: The Business of Travel, 3rd edition (c) 2006 Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 07458. All Rights/


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