Stark tourismís weekly update
Stark Tourism Weekly Update
02 December 2016, Issue 13
Travel Habits Of Affluent Families And Their Secrets For Getting The Most Out Of Family Vacations
Two-thirds of affluent parents are OK with children missing school for travel; nearly half have taken kids to a 5-star hotel or resort. Read More...
Asian Outbound Travel Boom To Continue In 2017; Holidays Account For 81% Of All Trips†
Asians travelled more than ever so far in 2016, with a surge in trips to destinations within the region and including many more beach holidays. Read More...
Europeans Play Safe By Switching Destinations
Europeans changed their travelling habits this year by opting for safe destinations, including a stagnation in ... Read More...
Which Is The New Favourite European Destination For Indians?
All but six reporting European destinations enjoyed arrivals growth from India. Find out the new favourite. Read More...
Marriott Reorganizes Its 30 Brands Into 'Distinctive,' 'Classic' Categories
Marriott International has reorganized its 30 brands into two categories to help consumers sort through the choices. Read More...

Oman Air Introduces New 'Oman Air Pass' To Celebrate The National Day
The Pass will offer regular travellers between Muscat and Salalah the chance to pre-purchase an online booklet... Read More...†

Asia's Two Best-known Hotel Groups Have Joined Forces
Indiaís Taj Hotels, Resort & Palaces has formed a new alliance with Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts. Read More...
Bangalore Enters The Top 25 Low- Cost Megahubs
Passengers are self-connecting between low-cost carriers.New to the Top 25 Low-Cost Megahubs is Bangalore.Read More...
Mumbai Among World's Top Trending Tourist Spots For 2017
The financial and entertainment capital of India is likely to see an increase in domestic and international tourist flow. Read More...†

Travel Experiences Bring More Lasting Happiness Than Material Things: Survey
Almost half (49%) of people say a holiday brings them more happiness than their wedding day, while over half... Read More...

Decline Predicted In UK Outbound Travel In 2017
UK outbound travel is set to fall by around 2.5% in 2017, taking into account the slower economic growth and weaker value of sterling. This contrasts with an expectation of around 3.5% growth prior to the Brexit vote. This 6% point swing in expected growth will vary considerably by destination.Typical relationships between exchange rates and travel demand show that long-haul travel demand is more price sensitive than short-haul travel. Hence, UK travel to longer-haul destinations will see more of an impact.
Source: European Travel Commission Q3 Report
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