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Travel demand for Asia Pacific to grow by 4.6% each year until 2020

Travel demand for Asia Pacific to grow by 4.6% each year until 2020 | The Insight Files | Scoop.it

According to PATA, travel demand for the Asia Pacific is to grow by 4.6% each year until 2020, set to reach in excess of 657 million. Asia will continue to increase its relative dominance of foreign arrivals into the Asia Pacific region through to 2020, increasing its relative share of these arrivals from 72 per cent in 2015 to better than 73 per cent by 2020. This, at a time when the absolute volume of arrivals into the Asia Pacific generally is predicted to rise from 528 million to 647 million over the same period. Southeast Asia will continue with its dramatic rise of foreign arrivals into the Asia Pacific region, increasing its count from 355 million visitors in 2015 to around 448 million by the end of the decade. Find out more.

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The rise of the young Asian traveller

The rise of the young Asian traveller | The Insight Files | Scoop.it

The rapid emergence of Asian economies and the accompanying boom in travel has attracted the attention of the global travel and tourism community, as well as countless others. 'The Rise of the Young Asian Traveller' produced and published by the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), explains how and why it is predominantly young people that are fuelling this growth. The full report includes data from a wide-ranging survey, which drew nearly 3,000 responses from young people across Northeast and Southeast Asia, supported with insight from a variety of industry experts. Click here to view the report's executive summary to gain an understanding of the power of the young Asian traveller to shape global travel and tourism in the years to come.

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Keeping up with demand in the Asia Pacific

Keeping up with demand in the Asia Pacific | The Insight Files | Scoop.it

The latest edition of PATA's Connected Visitor Economy Bulletin examines airport infrastructure and keeping up with demand in the Asia Pacific region, providing three scenarios based on changes in Asian airline capacity per capita. The report confirms that the focus of growth in the aviation industry is shifting east, with IATA expecting China to overtake the US as the world's largest passenger market by 2030, with passenger volumes expected to reach 1.3 billion. Some of the largest airports in the US handle more than three times the average hourly departures than the top 25 Asian airports. Given that these Asian airports will need to handle much of the future demand, it is inevitable that runway utilisation will need to increase. The importance of China as a market is demonstrated by the fact that twelve of Asia's top 25 airports are located in China. Click here to download the report.

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The intrinsic relationship between tourism destinations and events

The intrinsic relationship between tourism destinations and events | The Insight Files | Scoop.it

The Pacific Asia Travel Association's Connected Visitor Economy Bulletin is produced on a monthly basis, covering trends and developments across the Asia Pacific region. The Bulletin offers all stakeholders the opportunity to discover the trends and developments within the region and gain a competitive advantage. The last edition of this year's Bulletin, written by the Vice President Strategy of Dragone, examines the relationship between performing arts and live entertainment to the visitor experience and how the Asia Pacific region's top travel destinations will house some of the world's most iconic shows over the coming years. View or download a copy of the 10th edition of the Connected Visitor Economy Bulletin here.

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