The outbound family travel market will grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 4.6 percent from 300 million trips in 2017 to 376 million in 2022, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.
According to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)’s latest barometer, international tourist arrivals grew six percent in the first half of this year after a record year of growth in 2017.
Susana Martinez, governor, New Mexico, announced that in 2017, the tourism industry generated the largest economic impact in state history for the seventh consecutive year, injecting USD6.6 billion into New Mexico’s economy.
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) continues to follow the royal wisdom of the late King Bhumibol and bring His Majesty King Vajiralongkorn’s idea to disseminate and further implement royal projects with the development of major tourism routes in five regions.
This year marks the 10th anniversary AARP members have access to travel technology from Expedia Group.
Najib Balala, minister, tourism, Kenya has announced discussions with low-cost UK and European-based airlines in an effort to boost tourism to the African country’s coastal regions.
The latest results from the Air Travellers' Traffic Barometer, produced by European Cities Marketing and ForwardKeys, highlighted that the good growth of long-haul arrivals in Europe balances the decrease of intra-European arrivals.
The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) recently released its 2017 Annual Report, which saw the country’s tourism sector rake in USD438 million in revenues, up from the USD404 million recorded in 2016.
Tanzania’s government, through the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) has established a special unit, the National Convention Bureau, which will be responsible for the organisation and promotion of conference tourism to the country.
Almost 300 qualified Aussie Specialist travel agents from Greater China, Japan, Korea, India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore have been exploring Australia on famils hosted by each State and Territory as part of Corroboree Asia 2018.