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    WAI P.
    TH
    WAI P.

    Many people should learn Module 4: Tourism Industry .

    Marjorie C.
    PH
    Marjorie C.

    As being employed in a ground handling company where airline industry is being catered, I can relate to this module 4, often times, a stranger would approach and ask for the cheapest hotel nearest to the airport, so tourists can stay longer for their budget. Some would also ask the fastest way to get to a destination, all of these really involves convenience, time and cost.

    Mohammad Salauddin S.
    BD
    Mohammad Salauddin S.

    In the tourism industry if transportation accommodation and other facilities will available more in the tourism area then tourist will increased.

    Michael B.
    GH
    Michael B.

    When travelling, we need to look at the Improvement in the transportation network and also the social amenities available for the tourist. In this case we are able to know how attractive the place would be.

    Paul J.
    GB
    Paul J.

    Why has this not turned green??????

    John  Adewale A.
    FR
    John Adewale A.

    Summary: Steadily growing demand in the long run Within the last 50 years, the tourism industry has become a sector of major economic importance. Even if the development of the number of international arrivals is only a weak indicator regarding the economic importance of tourism, their astronomical increase since 1950 gives an impression of the dynamism in the tourism sector. International arrivals in Europe rose from 25.3 million in 1950 to about 414 million in 2003 and are forecast to reach 717 million in 2020, which means they will have nearly doubled in two decades (2000–2020). Having regard to this indicator, Europe is and — according to the forecasts of the World Tourism Organisation — will remain the world’s most important tourist destination and tourism-generating region. The main driving factors for this ongoing increase are twofold: on the one hand the growth of personal disposable income, a longer and healthier life expectancy in conjunction with a reduced annual and life-long working time; on the other hand the improved transport infrastructure in response to the evolvement of the airline industry and the use of cars in nearly all income groups. The long-term perspective reveals that tourism demand is based on an enduring wish for temporal displacement that is influenced by the actual and expected economic development as well as personal and political security. In the long run, no economic or political event was observed that led to a lasting stoppage of the ever-increasing global tourism demand. Periods of economic or political uncertainty, which caused at the most postponements of travel or the choice of other destinations respectively, demand shifts within the tourism sector such as the selection of alternative means of transport (which may affect the choice of destination).

    Khine M.
    MM
    Khine M.

    Tourism Industry Module is giving many knowledge.

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