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Australia’s outbound tourism growing 25 times faster than inbound

According to Tourism & Transport Forum (TTF) the ABS’s Overseas Arrivals and Departures figures for July underscore the strength of the Australian economy compared to other developed countries, with

Less Americans traveled internationally last year

Preliminary results from the US Department of Commerce indicate that the US outbound non-stop air market totaled 38.7 million in 2009, 3 percent less than in 2008.

Fewer US travelers fly abroad in 2009

Initial figures released by the US Department of Commerce indicates that US international travel was down by 3 percent in 2009 from the year prior, posting a total of 38.7 million passengers.

Recession takes heavy toll on UK tourism

UK tourism took a battering from the recession last year, official figures have shown.

Tourism hit hard as Australians chose to travel overseas

The number of Australians choosing to leave Australia for their holidays will continue to outstrip the number of tourists arriving here, delivering yet another blow to an already embattled domestic to

Travel events for the Indian outbound travel market

The discerning markets of Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, and Cochin will be covered in a forthcoming edition of a major travel mart.

China – outbound tourism continues to outpace inbound tourism

RNCOS in its new research report “China Tourism Industry Forecast to 2012” has said that outbound tourism in China has been witnessing phenomenal growth for last few years and is way ahead in comp

Gulf travelers fear the swine flu and stay at home

According to airline officials and industry data, Gulf residents stayed home in greater numbers this summer due to fears over the H1N1 “swine flu” pandemic and the global recession.

Nielsen and PATA join forces to launch first ever Indian outbound...

July 24, 2008, Mumbai - To help travel industry professionals better understand the growing Indian outbound travel market, The Nielsen Company has joined forces with the Pacific Asia Travel Associatio