Tourism is still on growth path despite terror attacks and political unrest. Although there is no impact on the overall volume of worldwide outbound trips this year, there are changes in the travel behavior as for instance Europeans play safe by switching destinations. In addition, changes in Asian travel habits have been recognized, but – generally speaking – the Asian outbound travel boom will continue in 2017, according to the experts at IPK’s World Travel Monitor® Forum in Pisa, held 3rd – 4th of November 2016.
Under the following links, you can download three press releases from IPK’s World Travel Monitor® Forum, organized every year by IPK International in cooperation with ITB Berlin – the world’s leading tourism fair.
- “Tourism on growth path despite terror”
- “Europeans play safe by switching destinations”
- “Asian outbound travel boom to continue in 2017”
The World Travel Monitor® Forum in Pisa is an annual insider meeting exclusively for stakeholders from the travel and tourism industry from all over the world. Noted speakers from Europe, Asia, North and South America presented their latest research findings about international tourism developments as well as discussed and analyzed up-to-date economic and tourism trends and forecasts.
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