Stark tourism’s weekly update
Stark Tourism Weekly Update
12 January 2017, Issue 2
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Year Of The Rooster Is A Wake-up Call For Tourism To Europe
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Chinese travellers are returning to Europe to usher in the Year of the Rooster, after numbers declined in 2016 likely over terror threat concerns, according to travel intelligence company ForwardKeys. Read More...
How Do Travel Consumers Choose Their Travel Destination?
The report looks specifically at digital travel shoppers in the U.K., U.S. and Canada. Read More...
Indian Domestic Fliers To Surpass 100 Mn Pax In FY2017
Indian skies are likely to see 100 million domestic fliers for the first time in a year by March 2017. Read More...
Dental Tourism On The Rise As An Affordable Alternative
As costs continue to rise for dental care in the developed world, more people are looking at more affordable alternatives. Read More...
£1.59Bn Of Leftover Holiday Money In British Homes
British travellers stash almost £100 in foreign currency at home equating to a whopping £1.59bn across the country. Read More...
Luxury Hotels In Dubai Counting On Asian Markets
The hotels expect Asian source markets to keep them busy despite a steady stream of rooms for the next five years. Read More...
Olympic Games Help Brazil Break Record Of Visitors: 6.6 Mn
Brazil saw a record number of international tourists in 2016, boosted by the first Olympic Games held in South America. Read More...
Top Spenders In UK
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While the USA, France and Germany will continue to represent the three highest spending countries in 2017, the key growth sources will be the UAE, China and Russia. London remains the destination of choice for visitors from emerging economies. Growth in expenditure by overseas tourists in the UK is set to outperform domestic tourist expenditure growth between 2013 and 2017. 
Source: UK Tourism Dynamics Report, Barclays
Top Asia Pacific Airlines By OTP
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Qantas is the most punctual airline in the region in 2016, improving from 4th place last year with On-Time-Performance (OTP) of 87.56%. Japan Airlines, the 2014 and 2015 winner, continues to maintain consistently high standards, ranking 2nd in 2016 with OTP of 86.74%.  Although there are other Asia Pacific airlines, which are bigger, none had a high enough OTP to make it onto the Top 10 list.
Source: OAG Punctuality League 2016
 
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