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The outbound travel market from Japan is growing faster than almost any other outbound market in the world. Total numbers are still small; restrictions on outbound travel were only lifted in 1964 and less than 5% of the population travel abroad. However, numbers are growing at an annual rate of 5%. ...

Author(s)
Bailey, M.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1986, April, pp 13-23
Abstract

Asia is the second most popular long haul market for Europeans after the USA. In 1984 it is estimated that about 3.2 million Europeans travelled to Asia, about twice as many as to sub-Saharan Africa and three times as many as to the Caribbean. For many Asian destinations the European markets are...

Author(s)
Cockerell, N.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1986, April, pp 38-51
Abstract

The GFR outbound travel market is the largest in the world in terms of both expenditure and numbers of nights spent abroad. Since the early 1970s holiday travel has increasingly become accepted as a necessary component of GFR household expenditure; in 1985, some 20 million holidays abroad of more...

Author(s)
Cockerell, N.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1986, June, pp 27-38
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Long established as a winter resort destination for wealthier Europeans, the Caribbean has been having a hard time in attracting visitors from this market since 1980, with arrivals in 1985 totalling 640 000, down 22% over 1980. During the same period, US visitors to the region increased steadily,...

Author(s)
Devas, E.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1986, July, pp 19-33
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The USA is the second largest international outbound travel market in the world after the GFR. Including money spent on fares it is the highest spending market, totalling $23 800 million in 1985. The majority of travel is to the contiguous countries of Mexico and Canada (attracting a total of 15.4...

Author(s)
Berrol, E.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1986, August, pp 3-17
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The Canadian tourism industry is greatly dependent upon the US market. A 1985 study of the US travel market revealed several areas for improvement in attracting US tourism. The results of the study, and its implications for the design and implementation of marketing strategies, are described.

Author(s)
Dybka, J. M.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1986, 7, 3, pp 202-204
Abstract

The individual outbound leisure travel markets from the four Scandinavian countries, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden are small compared with those of their neighbours, the UK and GFR. However, they are growing and are underpinned by relatively strong economies, which augurs well for growth. In...

Author(s)
Gauldie, R.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1986, November, pp 15-25
Abstract

North American arrivals in the Caribbean in 1985 totalled 5 721 000, of which 5 210 000 came from the dominant regional market, the USA. Many Caribbean islands are totally reliant on this market and any promotional funding available is concentrated in the high population centres of the Atlantic...

Author(s)
Zellars, M.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1986, November, pp 39-51
Abstract

The UK outbound market is the largest of any European country, and has grown by nearly 40% since 1980. Holidays account for nearly two thirds of all trips, and are dominated by inclusive tour packages. The majority of traffic follows the sun/sea/sand routes south, particularly to Spain and Greece,...

Author(s)
Middleton, V. T. C.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1986, December, pp 17-27
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Switzerland has the highest travel intensity in the world, with 75% of the population taking a leisure trip of at least four nights in 1985, more than half of them abroad. Given its landlocked position bordering five Western European countries, the popularity of car travel, and France and Italy as...

Author(s)
Cockerell, N.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1987, February, pp 23-34

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