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Prior studies have not extensively researched and explored the key determinants (aviation and tourism attributes) that could affect Hong Kong's competitiveness as a transit hub for international visitors using Hong Kong as a stopover to Chinese cities when travelling by air. This study adds to that ...

Author(s)
Tsui KanWaiHong; Yuen ChiLok [Yuen, C. L. A. ]; Fung MichaelKaYiu
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Current Issues in Tourism, 2018, 21, 11, pp 1260-1284
Abstract

Preliminary results for 2002, as presented by the World Tourism Organization, show a reasonable improvement in tourism demand with international tourism worldwide increasing by an estimated 3%. Asia and the Pacific and the Middle East led growth, Africa grew above the world average and Europe...

Author(s)
Kester, J. G. C.
Publisher
IP Publishing Limited, London, UK
Citation
Tourism Economics, 2003, 9, 1, pp 95-110
Abstract

Transport is one of the fundamentals of tourism, and the right to movement is enshrined in United Nations statutes. International tourist numbers reached 700 million in 2000, up from 100 million in 1970. North Europeans travel more than South Europeans, and higher socioeconomic groups more than...

Author(s)
Duthion, B.; Ziv, J. C.
Publisher
Editions Touristiques Européennes, Paris, France
Citation
Espaces, Tourisme & Loisirs, 2006, No.236, pp 46-55
Abstract

This article discusses the economic impact of the European Civil Aviation Authority flight ban triggered by the volcanic fallout of Eyafjallajokull in Iceland and the consequent move to turn over flight risk assessments from the CAA to the airlines. On the 15th of April, as the ash cloud spread...

Publisher
Economist Shop, London, UK
Citation
Economist (London), 2010, 395, 8679, pp 79

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