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Abstract

The first stage of a two part study analyses existing sources of information on the retired market for holidays in the UK. It describes the retired population: (1) in terms that are relevant to their holiday-taking behaviour and requirements such as numbers, age and sex, income and wealth, and...

Publisher
London, UK
Citation
Retired people & holidays. The market for holidays amongst retired people., 1988, pp 19pp.
Abstract

The survey, which measures intentions to have a long holiday (four or more nights in duration), was carried out among a sample of UK adults in late March 1992. The proportion planning to have a holiday was 61%, the same as the previous year. The number planning to take their main holiday abroad...

Publisher
London, UK
Citation
British holiday intentions., 1992, pp 12pp.
Abstract

Surveys of intentions of 1891 adults in the UK to have a long holiday (4 or more nights) were made before Easter 1988. Findings show intentions to take holidays are very similar to recent years. There was a slight decrease for destinations abroad, but intentions to take holidays in the UK were...

Publisher
London, UK
Citation
British holiday intentions 1988., 1988, pp 6pp.
Abstract

Intentions to holiday are highest in the UK since 1980. The steadily increasing accessibility of holidays abroad has meant a long term decrease in intentions to holiday in the UK, from the peak proportion of 43% in the early 1970s to 29% in 1989. However, the gap between intended and booked is...

Publisher
British Tourist Authority/English Tourist Board, London, UK
Citation
British holiday intentions 1989., 1989, pp 8pp.
Abstract

The holiday intentions survey, which measures intentions to have a long holiday (four or more nights duration), was carried out among a national sample of British adults in March 1991. The proportion planning to take a holiday in 1991 fell by 3% since 1990 to 61%. This year is the fifth successive...

Publisher
London, UK
Citation
British holiday intentions., 1991, pp 10pp.