$ bn. $1.3bn total spend. 324,200 arrivals. 9m total nights. 30% dispersed nights 1. Japan Market Profile. Performance overview

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "$ bn. $1.3bn total spend. 324,200 arrivals. 9m total nights. 30% dispersed nights 1. Japan Market Profile. Performance overview"

Transcription

1 Market Profile Performance overview In 2013, Japan was Australia s sixth largest inbound market for visitor arrivals, the fifth largest market for total expenditure and seventh for visitor nights. It was the eighth largest market for total dispersed nights 1 during The October 2013 issue of Tourism Research Australia s bi-annual Tourism Forecasts estimates that arrivals from Japan will remain flat in 2013/14 and increase 2 per cent in 2014/15, with an annual compound growth rate of 2 per cent expected until 2017/18. $ bn Potential for the Japan market to be worth by 2020 (Tourism 2020) $1.3bn total spend Total spend from Japan in 2013 (down 15 per cent on 2012) 3 Aviation routes from Japan to Australia 2 324,200 arrivals Japanese visitor arrivals in 2013 (down 6.8 per cent on 2012) 4 Various ports in Japan Osaka Tokyo 9m total nights Japanese visitor nights spent in Australia in 2013 (down 9 per cent on 2012) 3 Cairns Singapore Melbourne Sydney Gold Coast 30% dispersed nights 1 Percentage of total Japanese visitor nights spent outside gateway cities in 2013 (down 3 per cent on 2012) 3 Australia ranks 10 th Visitor profile in 2013 among all out of region outbound 5 destinations for Japanese travellers 6 44% repeat visitors 3 76% of total arrivals are for leisure years largest demographic 3 $4,425 average spend 3 30 nights average stay 3 One month prior to travel peak booking period Jan-Mar, Jul-Sep and Dec peak travel period Consumer research For detailed research into how Japanese consumers view Australia and what motivates them to visit the country, see com/statistics/fact-sheets 1. Dispersed nights refer to nights spent outside gateway cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. 2. Source: CAPA - Centre for Aviation, Official Airline Guide (OAG), and Tourism Australia analysis. 3. Source: International Visitor Survey, Tourism Research Australia. 4. Source: Overseas Arrivals & Departures, Australian Bureau of Statistics. 5. Out of region travel from Japan excludes travel to North Asia. 6. Source: Tourism Decision Metrics, Tourism Economics. 1 Japan Market Profile 2014

2 Aviation Landscape > > The outlook for the Japanese aviation market continues to improve with overall capacity out of Japan expected to grow due to: stronger GDP forecasts, Japanese carriers shifting their focus from domestic to international capacity growth (also reflected in recent aircraft orders), and additional Haneda Airport (Tokyo) slots becoming available. > > Capacity to Australia from Japan grew in 2012, after years of decline due to withdrawn services. While growth was limited in 2013 as airlines consolidated services, it is expected to resume in late 2014 and 2015 following the introduction of newer products (such as B787s) and potential new routes. > > While average loads continue to increase, loads remain soft (less than 70 per cent) during April, May and June. > > Jetstar is expected to have carried around half of all Japanese tourists to Australia during In 2014 to date, the airline has continued to adjust its Japanese schedules, resulting in more services from Japan to both Melbourne and Cairns (and declines to Gold Coast and Sydney). > > Low Cost Carriers (LCCs) continue to shape the Japanese travel market and aviation landscape. LCC s share of the Japanese domestic market increased from five per cent in 2009 to 24 per cent in the first few months of 2014 with Jetstar Japan, Peach and Vanilla Air commencing operations in Japan in AirAsia Japan, the joint venture between AirAsia and All Nippon Airways, lasted a few months in 2013 with both airlines deciding to pursue their own domestic LCCs separately. Japan Airlines has also invested in an LCC (Jetstar Japan). To support these new services, Osaka and Tokyo Narita are also developing new LCC Terminals. > > Southeast Asia is expected to become a more important hub for Japanese tourists travelling to Australia with a number of airlines recently increasing capacity. In November 2013, AirAsia X increased its Osaka-Kuala Lumpur services and launched flights to Nagoya in March The airline is also looking to fly to Sapporo and Fukuoka from Kuala Lumpur in the next five years. Similarly Scoot plans to launch daily Singapore services to Osaka in November 2014 and is considering launching Tokyo Haneda services, while Jetstar Asia plans to launch daily Fukuoka-Singapore services in June Singapore Airlines is also an important carrier for Japanese travelling to Australia via Singapore. > > Codeshare agreements are changing the Japan aviation landscape: The expanded codeshare agreement between Singapore Airlines and Virgin Australia provides opportunities to connect six airports in Australia to four airports in Japan via Singapore. Jetstar Japan and Japan Airlines commenced codesharing on 12 domestic Japanese routes from 6 March Jetstar and JAL have been codesharing on international flights to Australia since Qantas, Jetstar and Jetstar Japan were approved to increase their coordination of services and marketing in Japan. Direct aviation capacity from Japan to Australia Direct aviation capacity from Japan to Australia % Seats per year ('000) % +12% +1% +0% (F) 2015 (F) Source: Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development Note: (F) is a forecast based on Tourism Australia analysis 2 Japan Market Profile 2014

3 Japan has a highly regulated travel distribution system, with three levels of travel agencies. The major operators in the Japan travel market are involved in all levels of the distribution system. Traditionally, the key focus for Australia has been wholesale package tour divisions of the General Travel Agents (GTAs). However, increasing focus is being placed on the Free Independent Travel (FIT) segment, as Japanese outbound travellers mature. The evolution of the Japanese travel industry into a more specialised, consumer-oriented sector is expected to continue. System Wholesalers/ Large Agents Commission Level: 15% to 20% > > The top five wholesalers for Australia in Japan are JTB, HIS, KNT, NTA and JALPAK, with all producing Australian brochures. > > There are also strong regional brand wholesalers such as Meitetsu in Nagoya and Nishitetsu in Fukuoka. These wholesalers have overseas departments, within the destination, to develop Australian products. > > Wholesalers compete for retail business as most have a retail chain under the same brand. Major wholesalers provide national coverage by distributing packages through their own retail outlets as well as external agencies. Special Interest > > Australia is the most popular destination for overseas school excursion programs from Japan. Major wholesalers handling this market include JTB, KNT, NTA, TOP and HIS, who all have dedicated sales teams in this segment. Retail Agents Commission Level: 5% to 10% > > Japan has a highly regulated travel industry structure with three levels of travel agencies. The industry applies strict and complex licensing laws, with high levels of consumer protection. > > First Level Agencies: General Travel Agencies (GTAs) provide package, wholesale and retail services for international and domestic tours. They generally have the following: Wholesale Division, which designs and produces wholesale packages and group tours. The tour products are then on-sold to retailers, either via their own retail shops or to other agencies. Media Sales Division, which produces packaged tours for direct sale to consumers and promoted through advertising, members magazines and online. Group Tour Sales Division, which arranges and sells special order and one-off tours for clients (including schools/corporate) and niche tour organisers. Retail Division and Retail Shops, which sell travel directly to consumers via retail shops. These shops sell packages produced by the in-house wholesale division as well as packages produced by other agencies. > > Second Level Agencies: these agencies sell international products which have been produced by GTAs. They do not package or wholesale international products. > > Third Level Agencies: these retail travel agencies sell international and domestic packages produced by GTAs and second level agencies. They do not have wholesale or packaging departments. Online > > Up until recently, travel agencies with a retail presence sold the same retail package products online. However, some travel agents are selling special online packages to improve price competitiveness. > > In recent years, Online Travel Agencies (OTAs) who have no retail presence have been growing sales by focusing on flexible airfare and hotel booking systems. Examples of this are Rakuten and Expedia Japan. > > Another style of online agent is those who only handle land content. Examples of these are Australian Tour Specialists and Alan One. > > The number of consumers who book airfares only through airline websites is increasing. Aussie Specialists > > Tourism Australia s Aussie Specialist Program (ASP) in Japan runs in conjunction with the Japan Association of Travel Agents (JATA) Destination Specialist program. > > As at 28 April 2014, there were 341 qualified Aussie Specialists in Japan and a further 285 agents in training. > > Tourism Australia has a two-tier trade engagement program in Japan. Tier one is called Club Oz and targets the general manager-level staff of travel agencies. Tier two is called Oznet and targets product planning staff and qualified ASP agents who focus on general product and experience development. As part of this program, Tourism Australia with State, Territory and Regional Tourism Organisations provides educational opportunities, such as seminars and monthly newsletters. Inbound Tour Operators Commission Level: 5% to 10% > > Companies such as JTB, HIS, KNT and NTA have their own Inbound Tour Operators (ITOs) in Australia. These inbound companies buy products, operate tours and provide product information to their respective head offices in Japan. > > Medium and small travel agencies and some sections of large GTAs use Australian ITOs. These ITOs have a sales office in Japan and in many cases sell other international destinations. Business Events > > Major travel wholesalers handle the business events segment using dedicated event and group sales teams. 3 Japan Market Profile 2014

4 Trends > > The Japanese travel industry is one of the most vertically integrated in the world. Major Japanese companies control all levels of the distribution system. Although distribution channels are becoming more fragmented, this integration remains a key feature of the Japanese travel trade. > > There is an increasing focus on the Free and Independent Travel (FIT) market, as Japanese outbound travellers become more confident to travel independently and are less reliant on packaged tours. > > As demand for FIT travel grows, the Japanese travel industry will continue to become more specialised and consumer-oriented. > > Large wholesalers are increasing their focus on retail consultants to meet consumer demand for FIT travel. > > In addition to the two major brochure seasons of Kamiki (April to September) and Shimoki (October to March), wholesalers have begun packaging tours on-demand, taking advantage of last-minute trends and peak or low travel periods. > > The number of online-only businesses in Japan is increasing, and major wholesalers are expanding online services and advertising. > > Consumers are increasingly booking flights through airline websites. Some online travel agents are growing business from these consumers by focusing on accommodation and optional tours only. > > Major wholesaler JTB has announced a shift in global strategy to move towards a Destination Management Company model, which provides a travel agent, tour operator and conference bureau. Planning and purchasing travel > > When buying travel products there are a number of distribution channels available to consumers. According to findings from Tourism Australia s Consumer Demand Research 7 Japanese respondents would use a mix of online and offline sources when researching a trip to Australia. This includes a general internet search, looking through guidebooks, visiting a travel agent or Government website and brochures. The use of brochures for research by Japanese consumers was above the average across all markets in the study. > > Repeat travellers tend to use the internet more for research and bookings, in addition to the traditional distribution channels. > > Operators are now searching for new and more cost effective marketing methods, including increasing their focus on digital marketing and social media. Planning a visit to market Top tips for sales calls > > Communication with the retail industry is handled by Tourism Australia, the airlines and the State and Territory Tourism Organisations (STOs) based in Japan. Generally, Australian products liaise with their Inbound Tour Operator (ITO) then the wholesaler. It is not advisable for Australian product to visit retail agencies directly, unless for specific activities and only after the relevant ITO and wholesaler have been consulted. > > The best time of year for sales calls is in August, September, February and March. > > It is preferable to avoid Golden Week (end April to early May), Obon (mid August) and New Year (late December to early January). > > The key market centres to visit are Tokyo and Osaka, followed by Nagoya, Fukuoka and Sapporo. > > For more general information on sales calls and planning a visit to market, please see Tourism Australia s Planning for Inbound Success ebook at 7. Tourism Australia, Australian Consumers Demand Research, conducted by BDA Marketing Planning, Japan Market Profile 2014

5 Seasonality > > The peak booking period for travel to Australia is one month before travel. > > The peak travel period to Australia is January to March and July to September and December. Seasonality of visitors from Japan 50,000 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 Seasonality of visitors from Japan Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Source : Overseas Arrivals & Departures, Australian Bureau of Statistics Key trade and consumer events Event Location Date JATA Tourism EXPO Japan Tokyo September 25 28, 2014 Australian Industry in Japan Tokyo March 2015 (TBC) Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) TBC, Australia June 2015 Where to find more information Tourism Australia s activities in Japan are managed from its Tokyo office. For more information visit Tourism Australia s corporate website at Australian State and Territory Tourism Organisations operating in Japan include: Destination NSW, Tourism and Events Queensland, Tourism NT, Tourism Tasmania, Tourism Victoria and Tourism Western Australia. Also see: Japan Country Brief published by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade at 5 Japan Market Profile 2014

$ bn. $1.1bn total spend. 340,500 arrivals. 5m total nights. 23% dispersed nights 1. Singapore Market Profile. Performance overview

$ bn. $1.1bn total spend. 340,500 arrivals. 5m total nights. 23% dispersed nights 1. Singapore Market Profile. Performance overview Market Profile Performance overview In 2013, Singapore was Australia s 5th largest inbound market for visitor arrivals, seventh largest market for total expenditure and 14th for visitor nights. It was

More information

$0.7bn total spend. 141,400 arrivals. 4m total nights. 17% dispersed nights 1. Indonesia Market Profile. Performance overview

$0.7bn total spend. 141,400 arrivals. 4m total nights. 17% dispersed nights 1. Indonesia Market Profile. Performance overview Market Profile Performance overview In 2013, Indonesia was Australia s 12th largest inbound market for visitor arrivals, the 14th largest market for total expenditure, and 19th for visitor nights. It was

More information

INDIA Market Profile. $ bn Potential to be worth by ,000. $0.8bn. 10.3m. Overview. Aviation routes from India to Australia 3

INDIA Market Profile. $ bn Potential to be worth by ,000. $0.8bn. 10.3m. Overview. Aviation routes from India to Australia 3 Market Profile Overview In 2014, India was Australia s 10th largest inbound market for visitor arrivals, 11th largest market for total visitor expenditure and sixth for visitor nights. Findings from Tourism

More information

Airport forecasting is used in master planning to guide future development of the Airport.

Airport forecasting is used in master planning to guide future development of the Airport. Airport Forecasts Airport forecasting is used in master planning to guide future development of the Airport. 4.1 INTRODUCTION Airport forecasting ensures development is appropriate for passengers, ground

More information

Via Bangkok on Thai Airways:» Bengaluru» Chennai» Hyderabad» Kolkata» Mumbai» New Delhi

Via Bangkok on Thai Airways:» Bengaluru» Chennai» Hyderabad» Kolkata» Mumbai» New Delhi MARKET PROFILE Market overview In 216, India was Australia s ninth largest inbound market for visitor arrivals, 1th largest market for total visitor spend and fifth for visitor nights. Key importance factors

More information

Overview of Japan s Sustainable Tourism Development

Overview of Japan s Sustainable Tourism Development Overview of Japan s Sustainable Tourism Development UNWTO Conference at Hyderabad, India Kazuyoshi Hasegawa Director of the Board & Secretary General Japan Association of Travel Agents April 2013 Index

More information

International update Phillipa Harrison Executive General Manager International

International update Phillipa Harrison Executive General Manager International International update Phillipa Harrison Executive General Manager International Agenda 1. Markets 2. Performance 3. Distribution Development 4. International Insights & Activity OUR FOCUS - MARKETS Number

More information

Indonesia Market Profile

Indonesia Market Profile Indonesia Market Profile 2011 Market Overview 1.1 Market Overview Indonesia was Australia s thirteenth largest inbound market for total expenditure in 2010, with $0.608 billion spent on trips to Australia.

More information

2014 Spring Marketing Update. Presented by Ashlee Galea Country Manager Australia

2014 Spring Marketing Update. Presented by Ashlee Galea Country Manager Australia 2014 Spring Marketing Update Presented by Ashlee Galea Country Manager Australia 2014 SPRING MARKETING UPDATE Presentation Overview 2013 RECAP 2014 MARKET CONDITIONS MARKET INSIGHTS AIRLIFT UPDATE 2014

More information

AVIATION STATISTICS. Airline On Time Performance Annual Report OTP 55

AVIATION STATISTICS. Airline On Time Performance Annual Report OTP 55 AVIATION STATISTICS Airline Performance 2007 Annual Report OTP 55 BITRE Aviation Statistics OTP 55 Commonwealth of Australia 2008 ISSN 1832-0759 This work is copyright and the data contained in this publication

More information

International Visitation to the Northern Territory. Year ending June 2017

International Visitation to the Northern Territory. Year ending June 2017 International Visitation to the Northern Territory Year ending June 217 The following is a summary of information relevant to the Northern Territory tourism industry including visitation results from Tourism

More information

STATISTICAL REPORT. Aviation

STATISTICAL REPORT. Aviation STATISTICAL REPORT Aviation Domestic airline on time performance March 2017 Commonwealth of Australia 2017 ISSN: 1832-0759 Ownership of intellectual property rights in this publication Unless otherwise

More information

STATISTICAL REPORT. Aviation

STATISTICAL REPORT. Aviation STATISTICAL REPORT Aviation Domestic airline on time performance August 2016 Commonwealth of Australia 2016 ISSN: 1832-0759 Ownership of intellectual property rights in this publication Unless otherwise

More information

Youth/Backpacker Visitation to the Northern Territory. Year ending June 2017

Youth/Backpacker Visitation to the Northern Territory. Year ending June 2017 Youth/Backpacker Visitation to the Northern Territory Year ending June 2017 2 The following is a summary of information relevant to the Northern Territory tourism industry using visitation results from

More information

TOURISM NEW ZEALAND OUR VISITORS UNDERSTANDING <1% <1% <1% HISTORIC VIEW TOTAL ARRIVALS YE APRIL 2017

TOURISM NEW ZEALAND OUR VISITORS UNDERSTANDING <1% <1% <1% HISTORIC VIEW TOTAL ARRIVALS YE APRIL 2017 TOURISM JAPAN 102K 3% NEW ZEALAND UNDERSTANDING OUR VISITORS Our market infographics are drawn from two different sources. HISTORIC VIEW: Past Visitor Research This is information collected about those

More information

Key International Consumer campaigns

Key International Consumer campaigns Key International Consumer campaigns STA TRAVEL GERMANY, SWITZERLAND & AUSTRIA JULY - SEPTEMBER Phase 3 of our ongoing campaign featuring online, radio, front-line training, school-leaver (WH) and in-store

More information

8 April 2015 Terminal 3 to Open! - Easy Low Cost Air Travel from Narita -

8 April 2015 Terminal 3 to Open! - Easy Low Cost Air Travel from Narita - 8 April 2015 Terminal 3 to Open! - Easy Low Cost Air Travel from Narita - Tokyo, 30 October 2014: Construction of a low-cost terminal is now underway at Narita Airport to accommodate more of the rapidly

More information

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Airport Forum. Jetstar Presentation 8 March 2011

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Airport Forum. Jetstar Presentation 8 March 2011 資料 5 Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Airport Forum Jetstar Presentation 8 March 2011 Welcome to Jetstar Jetstar is the leading Asia Pacific LCC Continuously profitable since 2004

More information

CORPORATE STEVE BOOKING SMITH CHANNELS

CORPORATE STEVE BOOKING SMITH CHANNELS JAPAN AIRLINES: NAVIGATING THE FUTURE Steve Myer, Tokyo September 30, 2016 CORPORATE STEVE BOOKING SMITH CHANNELS VICE PRESIDENT, GLOBAL & STRATEGIC SALES, THE AMERICAS SEPTEMBER 20, 2016 RENO, NEVADA

More information

1. Overview and Key Issues

1. Overview and Key Issues 1. Overview and Key Issues 1.1 Role of State Government in Tourism The core tourism objective of state government is to maximise visitor expenditure in the state economy, by maximising the state s market

More information

ANA HOLDINGS Financial Results for the Year ended March 31, 2016

ANA HOLDINGS Financial Results for the Year ended March 31, 2016 ANA HOLDINGS NEWS ANA HOLDINGS Financial Results for the Year ended March 31, 2016 TOKYO, April 28, 2016 ANA HOLDINGS (hereafter ANA HD ) today reports its consolidated financial results for fiscal year

More information

KERRIE MATHER MANAGING DIRECTOR AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER. Macquarie Conference 4 MAY 2016

KERRIE MATHER MANAGING DIRECTOR AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER. Macquarie Conference 4 MAY 2016 KERRIE MATHER MANAGING DIRECTOR AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Macquarie Conference 4 MAY 2016 Disclaimer General securities warning This presentation has been prepared by Sydney Airport Limited (ACN 165

More information

AFTA Travel Trends. October 2017

AFTA Travel Trends. October 2017 AFTA Travel Trends October AFTA Travel Trends Report Inbound and Outbound overview Introduction This snapshot provides an overview of the balance of trade between Inbound and Outbound Travel for Year end

More information

CHINA HOTEL MARKET OUTLOOK

CHINA HOTEL MARKET OUTLOOK CHINA HOTEL MARKET OUTLOOK Topics To Cover Key Market Assessment China Hotel Market Sentiment Survey The Big Picture For China In 2010 Key Market Outlook KEY MARKET ASSESSMENT Key Market Occupancy Trends

More information

SIA ANALYST/MEDIA BRIEFING Q2 and 1H FY17/18 Results 8 November 2017

SIA ANALYST/MEDIA BRIEFING Q2 and 1H FY17/18 Results 8 November 2017 SIA ANALYST/MEDIA BRIEFING Q2 and 1H FY17/18 Results 8 November 2017 THE PARENT AIRLINE Q2 AND 1H FY17/18 RESULTS THE PARENT AIRLINE COMPANY OPERATING PERFORMANCE Q2 % 1H % FY17/18 Change FY17/18 Change

More information

Asia-Pacific Aviation: Growth and Challenges

Asia-Pacific Aviation: Growth and Challenges Asia-Pacific Aviation: Growth and Challenges A presentation to the ACI-NA International Aviation Issues Seminar Steve Martin Page 1 Page 2 Defining the Asia Pacific We ll call it GMT +5 GMT +12, minus

More information

HAWAI I TOURISM CANADA

HAWAI I TOURISM CANADA HAWAI I TOURISM CANADA Canada Economic Overview GDP very strong 2017, 3% growth, leading the G8 Unemployment at 5.9%, lowest in 40 years Canadian Dollar is $0.79, some economists predict $0.85 later in

More information

For personal use only

For personal use only ASX and Media Release QANTAS DELIVERS RECORD FIRST HALF PROFIT, INVESTS IN AIRCRAFT AND TRAINING Sydney, 22 February 2018 Underlying Profit Before Tax: $976 million (up 15%) Record results for Qantas Domestic,

More information

QANTAS HALF YEAR 2015 FINANCIAL RESULTS 1

QANTAS HALF YEAR 2015 FINANCIAL RESULTS 1 QANTAS HALF YEAR 2015 FINANCIAL RESULTS 1 Key points: Underlying Profit Before Tax: $367 million Statutory Profit After Tax: $206 million Transformation benefits: $374 million Comparable unit cost reduction:

More information

Survey of Travel Market Trends March, th quarter

Survey of Travel Market Trends March, th quarter v JATA18-7 April, 218 Survey of Travel Market Trends March, 217 4th quarter The Japan Association of Travel Agents (JATA) asks all member companies to register as survey monitors. JATA conducts a quarterly

More information

Page 1. John Guscic Managing Director, Webjet Limited

Page 1. John Guscic Managing Director, Webjet Limited Page 1 John Guscic Managing Director, Webjet Limited spanning both consumer markets (through B2C) and global wholesale markets (through B2B) B2C TRAVEL Leading online consumer travel brands B2B TRAVEL

More information

Tourism in South Africa A statistical overview

Tourism in South Africa A statistical overview Tourism in South Africa A statistical overview Purpose of presentation Purpose of the presentation is to present different tourism statistics produced by Stats SA People like to travel we are a country

More information

Domestic VFR travel to NSW

Domestic VFR travel to NSW Domestic VFR travel to NSW Year ended December 2015 INTRODUCTION The and (VFR) market is of considerable importance to Australia and NSW. It is the second largest purpose of visit segment, after the Holiday

More information

AirportInfo. ACI-NA 2011 Traffic Report

AirportInfo. ACI-NA 2011 Traffic Report AirportInfo ACI-NA 2011 Traffic Report July 2012 2011 ACI World Airport Traffic Summary North America 2011 % Change 2010 Worldwide 2011 % Change 2010 Total Passengers 1.5B Up 1.8% 5.1B Up 5.2% Total International

More information

2014 China Marketing Plan

2014 China Marketing Plan 2014 China Marketing Plan Presented by Brenda He Travel Link Marketing Today s Agenda Introduction China Market Profile Review of Existing Hawai i Product 2014 Strategies Working with Industry Partners

More information

AFTA Travel Trends. February 2018

AFTA Travel Trends. February 2018 AFTA Travel Trends February 2018 AFTA Travel Trends Report 2018 Inbound and Outbound overview Introduction This snapshot provides an overview of the balance of trade between Inbound and Outbound Travel

More information

BRAZIL INTERNATIONAL INBOUND TRAVEL MARKET PROFILE (2011) Copyright 2012 by the U.S. Travel Association. All Rights Reserved.

BRAZIL INTERNATIONAL INBOUND TRAVEL MARKET PROFILE (2011) Copyright 2012 by the U.S. Travel Association. All Rights Reserved. BRAZIL INTERNATIONAL INBOUND TRAVEL MARKET PROFILE (211) Copyright 212 by the U.S. Travel Association. All Rights Reserved. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY With a population of nearly 2 million and a GDP exceeding $2

More information

Global Airline Trends and Impacts International Aviation Issues Seminar

Global Airline Trends and Impacts International Aviation Issues Seminar Global Airline Trends and Impacts International Aviation Issues Seminar December 2017, Washington D.C. Oliver Lamb Managing Director 1 Around the world in 45 minutes Financial Performance Canada Mexico

More information

State of the States October 2017 State & territory economic performance report. Executive Summary

State of the States October 2017 State & territory economic performance report. Executive Summary State of the States October 2017 State & territory economic performance report. Executive Summary NSW ON TOP; VICTORIA CLOSES IN How are Australia s states and territories performing? Each quarter CommSec

More information

Helloworld Travel Limited results announcement Half year ended 31 December 2017

Helloworld Travel Limited results announcement Half year ended 31 December 2017 Helloworld Travel Limited results announcement Half year ended 31 December 2017 HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2017 Total Transaction Value (TTV) growth of 2.7% to $2.968 billion. Earnings

More information

Global Tourism Summit 2017 Japan Market

Global Tourism Summit 2017 Japan Market Global Tourism Summit 2017 Japan Market Eric Takahata Managing Director Hawai i Tourism Japan #GTA2017 Agenda Economic environment Political environment/global landscape Industry trends Key opportunities

More information

Queensland Tourism Aviation Blueprint to 2016

Queensland Tourism Aviation Blueprint to 2016 Queensland Tourism Aviation Blueprint to 2016 tq.com.au Blueprint outline The purpose of the Queensland Tourism Aviation Blueprint to 2016 is to develop the strategic framework that will guide aviation

More information

Introduction of KIX & ITM

Introduction of KIX & ITM Introduction of KIX & ITM New Kansai International Airport Company, Ltd. November 19 th, 2013 1. Kansai - Our Home Land Population of 20 million. Gateway to World Heritage sites and other popular destinations

More information

Who s Staying in Our Parks?

Who s Staying in Our Parks? 1 Who s Staying in Our Parks? VicParks Annual Conference 22/08/2017 Presented by Peter Clay GM for Research & Advocacy 2 WORKING COLLABORATIVELY WITH STATE ASSOCIATIONS Our research is undertaken in partnership

More information

WEBJETAGM Managing Director Update

WEBJETAGM Managing Director Update WEBJETAGM Managing Director Update 22 November 2017 Page 1 DIGITAL TRAVEL BUSINESS spanning both consumer markets (through B2C) and global wholesale markets (through B2B) WHO IS WEBJET? B2C TRAVEL Leading

More information

Qantas Airways Limited Alan Joyce, CEO Qantas Airways. Macquarie Australia Conference 3 May 2013

Qantas Airways Limited Alan Joyce, CEO Qantas Airways. Macquarie Australia Conference 3 May 2013 Qantas Airways Limited Alan Joyce, CEO Qantas Airways Macquarie Australia Conference 3 May 2013 Qantas Group: April 2013 2 Delivering on the Group s Strategic Priorities Turning around Qantas International

More information

Table of Contents. Acknowledgements. Executive Summary. Introduction Scope of the Study. 1 Introduction to Russia

Table of Contents. Acknowledgements. Executive Summary. Introduction Scope of the Study. 1 Introduction to Russia Table of Contents Acknowledgements Executive Summary Introduction Scope of the Study 1 Introduction to Russia 1.1 Country Overview 1.1.1 Geographical and Cultural Diversity 1.1.2 Wealth of Mineral Resources

More information

INTERNATIONAL NEWS & RESULTS

INTERNATIONAL NEWS & RESULTS INTERNATIONAL NEWS & RESULTS CENTRAL EUROPE July September Quarter Update 2014 Please direct your queries to: international.tourismnt@nt.gov.au KEY INTERNATIONAL CONSUMER CAMPAIGNS NEON.DE IN PARTNERSHIP

More information

UQFL397 University of Queensland Bushwalking Club Collection

UQFL397 University of Queensland Bushwalking Club Collection UQFL397 University of Queensland Bushwalking Club Collection Size Contents 6 boxes Newsletters and circulars from bushwalking and mountaineering clubs at universities all over Australia, some records of

More information

GRANT THORNTON BANKERS BOOT CAMP

GRANT THORNTON BANKERS BOOT CAMP GRANT THORNTON BANKERS BOOT CAMP Where are we in the cycle? Yield compression slowing, rents growing Yields bottoming but the bottom could last till 2020 The end of yield compression brings income return

More information

Prospects for international tourism

Prospects for international tourism Prospects for international tourism Project LINK UN DESA Expert Group Meeting on the World Economy, NYC, USA 24-26 October 211 John G.C. Kester Programme Manager, Tourism Trends and Marketing Strategies

More information

UBS Australian Transport Conference 31 March 2004

UBS Australian Transport Conference 31 March 2004 UBS Australian Transport Conference 31 March 2004 Peter Gregg Chief Financial Officer Those of you who follow Qantas will know that our business is continually evolving in line with strategies we have

More information

Housing Outlook. Mr Sam White, Ray White Group Mr Harley Dale, Housing Industry Association. 29 October 2007

Housing Outlook. Mr Sam White, Ray White Group Mr Harley Dale, Housing Industry Association. 29 October 2007 Housing Outlook Mr Sam White, Ray White Group Mr Harley Dale, Housing Industry Association 29 October 2007 Australian Business Economists October 2007 Presented by Sam White Average Prices 700,000 600,000

More information

STRATEGIC MARKETING PLAN

STRATEGIC MARKETING PLAN STRATEGIC MARKETING PLAN 2011-2015 A 5 year vision for the region CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2 2. Marketing Environment 6 3. Market Priorities 8 4. Strategic Focus 10 5. Market Profiles 16 6. Supporting

More information

Digital Always On Campaign

Digital Always On Campaign Digital Always On Campaign Tourism NT cooperated with several OTAs and trade partners to promote the NT via digital SEM activities, including retargeting and AdWords campaigns, to be Always on in Digital.

More information

Annual Fuel Price Report 2010

Annual Fuel Price Report 2010 Annual Fuel Price Report 20 The RACQ publishes comprehensive monthly analysis of petrol price movements for major capital city markets and Queensland regional centres. This report draws on that information

More information

China International Gold, Jewellery & Gem Fair Shanghai Exhibitor Survey Report

China International Gold, Jewellery & Gem Fair Shanghai Exhibitor Survey Report China International Gold, Jewellery & Gem Fair Shanghai Exhibitor Survey Report Survey Summary Total number of exhibitors 354 Total number of collected onsite survey 214 Onsite survey response rate 6 [214/354]

More information

Cairns & Great Barrier Reef. Adventurous by nature

Cairns & Great Barrier Reef. Adventurous by nature Cairns & Great Barrier Reef Adventurous by nature Updated on: Friday, 5 July 2013 cairnsgreatbarrierreef.org.au Updated on: Friday, 5 July 2013 Last updated: Wednesday, 25 June, 2013 Visitor Potential

More information

Asian stopovers in Nordic countries Optimistic perspectives. March 2018

Asian stopovers in Nordic countries Optimistic perspectives. March 2018 Asian stopovers in Nordic countries Optimistic perspectives March 2018 OUR COMMITMENT IS TO HAVE THE MOST PRECISE, UP-TO-DATE MARKETDATA ON TRAVELLERS JOURNEYS 30.238.647 Travellers monitored each day

More information

Asia Pacific Aviation

Asia Pacific Aviation Asia Pacific Aviation Stronger Together Andrew Herdman Director General Association of Asia Pacific Airlines Overview Asia Pacific aviation Business trends Future growth Sustainability Regulatory challenges

More information

For personal use only

For personal use only HELLOWORLD ANNOUNCES RESULTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2014 HIGHLIGHTS Total Transaction Value (TTV) of $4.9 billion Adjusted EBITDAI (1) of $40.6 million Loss before tax of $61.2 million includes the

More information

VisitScotland s International Marketing Activity

VisitScotland s International Marketing Activity VisitScotland The Importance of the Visitor Economy A strong visitor economy helps to position Scotland on the world stage whilst the economic impact of the visitor spend spreads out from the traditional

More information

Australia & New Zealand

Australia & New Zealand Strategy Management Consultancy Australia & New Zealand Regional Analysis 2016 k n o w l e d g e c e n t e r Linesight Knowledge Center linesight.com Contents Australia Market Review 3 Australia Key Statistics

More information

For personal use only

For personal use only SMS Management & Technology Level 41 140 William Street Melbourne Victoria 3000 Australia T +61 1300 842 767 F +61 1300 329 767 www.smsmt.com Melbourne Sydney Brisbane Canberra Adelaide Hong Kong Vietnam

More information

CALIFORNIA GERMANY TRAVEL TRADE BAROMETER

CALIFORNIA GERMANY TRAVEL TRADE BAROMETER California - Germany 2013 S2 Office of Travel and Tourism Industries CALIFORNIA GERMANY TRAVEL TRADE BAROMETER California Destination Report for: second quarter 2013 bookings; and projected third and fourth

More information

CONSUMER PROFILE ITALY SUMMARY. Traveller Behaviour. Traveller Profile. Perceptions of Australia. TripAdvisor Facts

CONSUMER PROFILE ITALY SUMMARY. Traveller Behaviour. Traveller Profile. Perceptions of Australia. TripAdvisor Facts CONSUMER PROFILE ITALY SUMMARY Traveller Profile Motivations for travel Italian travellers choose a destination based on world-class nature, history and heritage, aquatic and coastal experiences and good

More information

WELCOME TO MICE CONNECT 22 November 2016

WELCOME TO MICE CONNECT 22 November 2016 WELCOME TO MICE CONNECT 22 November 2016 No part of this publication may be reproduced, distributed, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in AGENDA 1) Tourism Sector Performance 2) Business Development

More information

ROTORUA REGIONAL AIRPORT

ROTORUA REGIONAL AIRPORT ROTORUA REGIONAL AIRPORT TRANS-TASMAN DEMAND AND ECONOMIC IMPACT ASSESSMENT PREPARED FOR ROTORUA DISTRICT COUNCIL BY APR CONSULTANTS SEPTEMBER 2005 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report presents information on

More information

CONSUMER PROFILE FRANCE SUMMARY. Traveller Behaviour. Traveller Profile. Perceptions of Australia. TripAdvisor Facts

CONSUMER PROFILE FRANCE SUMMARY. Traveller Behaviour. Traveller Profile. Perceptions of Australia. TripAdvisor Facts CONSUMER PROFILE FRANCE SUMMARY Traveller Profile Motivations for travel French travellers choose a destination based on history and heritage, world-class nature, friendly citizens and aquatic and coastal

More information

Hawai i Air Service Overview August 2012

Hawai i Air Service Overview August 2012 Hawai i Air Service Overview August 2012 2 What Are The Big Issues? Each Region Has Different Concerns EUROPE Need for Nonstop Struggling Carriers JAPAN Capacity Deficit Low Fare Revolution ASIA Catching

More information

August Tourism Conference. August 28

August Tourism Conference. August 28 August Tourism Conference August 28 Korean Market Situation Korea Economic Overview 2015 ECONOMIC GROWTH: 3.1% forecasted for 2015, compared to 3.4% in 2014 4th largest economy in Asia, 15th largest n

More information

Market Profile. 3 rd largest market 69K 624K

Market Profile. 3 rd largest market 69K 624K Market Profile Germany is our 3 rd largest market Visitor Market The island of Ireland welcomed 651K visitors from Germany in 2016. German visitors account for 6% of all visitors to the island. Where do

More information

About Tourism and Events Queensland

About Tourism and Events Queensland About Tourism and Events Queensland Tourism and Events Queensland is Queensland s lead marketing, destination and experience development and major events agency. In partnership with Government, RTOs, industry

More information

MEDIA KIT 2018 MEDIA KIT 2018 DELIVERING AN AUDIENCE OF ENGAGED AND INFLUENTIAL FASHION BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS.

MEDIA KIT 2018 MEDIA KIT 2018 DELIVERING AN AUDIENCE OF ENGAGED AND INFLUENTIAL FASHION BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS. MEDIA KIT 2018 DELIVERING AN AUDIENCE OF ENGAGED AND INFLUENTIAL FASHION BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS. Ragtrader Ragtrader is Australia s oldest and most reputable fashion business media brand. Ragtrader s worth

More information

Future Challenges For the Indian. Market. CEO Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation. Andrew Miller. April 2006

Future Challenges For the Indian. Market. CEO Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation. Andrew Miller. April 2006 Future Challenges For the Indian Market Andrew Miller CEO Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation April 2006 Environmental Drivers Governments focus on tourism growth and regional dispersal stimulate economy

More information

Why choose Airline Media?????

Why choose Airline Media????? INFLIGHT MAGAZINES Did this question just pop up in you head?? Why choose Airline Media????? Because. Reach high net worth captive customers for distraction free viewing of your ads for 1 5 hrs Studies

More information

% change in reported RASK % change in underlying RASK (excl. FX) Group 1.8% 2.6% Short Haul 5.3% 5.4% Long Haul (3.8%) (2.0%)

% change in reported RASK % change in underlying RASK (excl. FX) Group 1.8% 2.6% Short Haul 5.3% 5.4% Long Haul (3.8%) (2.0%) Contents November 2017 traffic highlights Operating statistics table Recent market announcements and media releases 13 December 2017 November 2017 highlights Group traffic summary 2017 2016 %* 2018 2017

More information

Building procurement capability through transformation. Jane Harley, Chief Procurement Officer Qantas Group

Building procurement capability through transformation. Jane Harley, Chief Procurement Officer Qantas Group Building procurement capability through transformation Jane Harley, Chief Procurement Officer Qantas Group SECTION TITLE HERE Heading here Group multi-brand structure Australia & New Zealand Singapore

More information

2017 RTO Summit. Educating the Clueless Revenue Manager

2017 RTO Summit. Educating the Clueless Revenue Manager 2017 RTO Summit Educating the Clueless Revenue Manager 2 Sold through a channel that few have ever heard of. 3 How Are 26 Million Room Nights Sold To International Visitors? 4 By Receptive Tour Operators

More information

Aloha from Europe. Christine Klein Account Director. Rachel Booker UK Account Manager

Aloha from Europe. Christine Klein Account Director. Rachel Booker UK Account Manager Aloha from Europe Christine Klein Account Director Rachel Booker UK Account Manager The Situation in Europe Europe is made up of 27 member countries, with 20 official European languages Europe has the

More information

Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017

Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017 Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017 Improving Economic Conditions and Government Efforts to Promote Tourism Will Support Growth Report Code: TT0106MR Publication Date: September 2013 www.timetric.com

More information

Hawai i. Air Service Overview. Hawai i Tourism Conference - August 2014

Hawai i. Air Service Overview. Hawai i Tourism Conference - August 2014 Hawai i Air Service Overview Hawai i Tourism Conference - August 2014 1 The Most Diverse Air Service Network Ever Region Destinations Dec 2009 Destinations Dec 2014 North America 23 26 Asia 7 12 Oceania

More information

TUI GROUP INVESTOR PRESENTATION

TUI GROUP INVESTOR PRESENTATION TUI GROUP INVESTOR PRESENTATION German Investment Conference UniCredit / Kepler Munich, 26-27 September 2012 Future-related statements This presentation contains a number of statements related to the future

More information

GREATER SYDNEY SUPPLY & DEMAND. Tourism Accommodation Australia 31 May 2017

GREATER SYDNEY SUPPLY & DEMAND. Tourism Accommodation Australia 31 May 2017 GREATER SYDNEY SUPPLY & DEMAND Tourism Accommodation Australia 31 May 2017 OVERVIEW 1 Trading Performance 4 Summary 2 Supply & Demand 5 Questions 3 Hotel Investment Market TRADING PERFORMANCE Sydney City

More information

Passenger Traffic Achieves Strong Growth of 4.8% for the Month of August

Passenger Traffic Achieves Strong Growth of 4.8% for the Month of August Passenger Traffic Achieves Strong Growth of 4.8% for the Month of August Montréal, 7 October Passenger traffic experienced a slight surge in growth to almost +5% for August compared to previous months

More information

TUI Travel PLC. Investor Day 27 January Blue Village, Hurghada, Egypt. TUI Travel PLC Investor Day January 2011 Page 1

TUI Travel PLC. Investor Day 27 January Blue Village, Hurghada, Egypt. TUI Travel PLC Investor Day January 2011 Page 1 TUI Travel PLC Investor Day 27 January 2011 TUI Travel PLC Investor Day January 2011 Page 1 Blue Village, Hurghada, Egypt Agenda Journey So Far & Strategic Overview Mainstream Strategy Differentiated Product

More information

THAI AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL PCL

THAI AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL PCL THAI AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL PCL 2Q2017 analysts briefing 16-Aug-2017 1 DISCLAIMER The information contained herein is intended to represent the Company s operating and financial position at a given point

More information

AirportInfo. Economic Indicators & Traffic

AirportInfo. Economic Indicators & Traffic AirportInfo Economic Indicators & Traffic March 2012 U.S. & Canadian GDP Economic Focus 6% 4% US Canada 2% 0% -2% -4% -6% -8% -10% GDP growth improved slightly for both the U.S. and Canada in the third

More information

For personal use only

For personal use only ASX ANNOUNCEMENT 26 March 2015 APA Group (ASX: APA) (also for release to APT Pipelines Limited (ASX: AQH)) APA Group Presentation The APA Group Australian Domestic Gas Outlook Conference presentation is

More information

Tourism and hotel market outlook Executive summary

Tourism and hotel market outlook Executive summary Tourism and hotel market outlook Executive summary Edition 1, 2018 About the tourism and hotel market outlook This executive summary presents a snapshot of the Deloitte Access Economics Tourism and Hotel

More information

PAN PACIFIC HOTELS GROUP LIMITED 2010 FULL YEAR RESULTS BRIEFING 22 FEB 2011

PAN PACIFIC HOTELS GROUP LIMITED 2010 FULL YEAR RESULTS BRIEFING 22 FEB 2011 PAN PACIFIC HOTELS GROUP LIMITED 2010 FULL YEAR RESULTS BRIEFING 22 FEB 2011 2010 RESULTS OVERVIEW STRATEGIC & OPERATIONS HIGHLIGHTS NEO SOON HUP CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER 2 CONTENTS Focus and Highlights

More information

AIR TRAFFIC HISTORY AND FORECASTS

AIR TRAFFIC HISTORY AND FORECASTS 3.0 AIR TRAFFIC HISTORY AND FORECASTS 3.0 AIR TRAFFIC HISTORY AND FORECASTS Key points Sydney Airport is able to accommodate forecast traffic demand beyond the 2033 planning period The aviation industry

More information

Travel and Tourism in Denmark to 2017

Travel and Tourism in Denmark to 2017 Travel and Tourism in Denmark to 2017 Growing Business Tourism and Promotional Activities by the Danish Tourist Board to Drive Tourism in Denmark Report Code: TT00103MR Publication Date: August 2013 www.timetric.com

More information

Adelaide Convention Bureau Membership Benefits Guide 2014 / 2015

Adelaide Convention Bureau Membership Benefits Guide 2014 / 2015 Adelaide Convention Bureau Membership Benefits Guide 2014 / 2015 Chief Executive Officer, Damien Kitto Welcomes You... The Adelaide Convention Bureau invites you to become a member of South Australia s

More information

Implications obtained through the survey regarding overseas travel by LCC in Japan

Implications obtained through the survey regarding overseas travel by LCC in Japan (Title) Implications obtained through the survey regarding overseas travel by LCC in Japan market Author: Supervisor: Shoji Nomura Graduate School of Economic Science, Saitama University e-mail: nomura.shoji@gmail.com

More information

Editor s Message. Market Conditions and Trends. June 5, Economy. Outbound Travel Market. Competitive Environment. Aloha!

Editor s Message. Market Conditions and Trends. June 5, Economy. Outbound Travel Market. Competitive Environment. Aloha! Editor s Message VOL.17 June 5, 2013 Aloha! From Hawaii Tourism Japan (HTJ), we hope that everyone is ready for another exciting month. During the month of May, HTJ conducted multiple seminars and a FAM

More information

investment ProSPeCTuS 2016 SuMMary

investment ProSPeCTuS 2016 SuMMary investment ProSPeCTuS 2016 SuMMary 2 invest SuNShiNe CoaST - The future is here MeSSaGe from The Mayor MeSSaGe from The Mayor a CiTy region of opportunity The Sunshine Coast offers investors an unrivalled

More information

Tourism in Alberta. A Summary Of Visitor Numbers, Revenue & Characteristics 2004

Tourism in Alberta. A Summary Of Visitor Numbers, Revenue & Characteristics 2004 Tourism in Alberta A Summary Of Visitor Numbers, Revenue & Characteristics 2004 Alberta North Based on the 2004 Canadian & International Travel Surveys (Statistics Canada) Canadian Rockies Edmonton & Area

More information

Market Profile. 4 th largest market 62K 494K

Market Profile. 4 th largest market 62K 494K Market Profile France is our 4 th largest market Visitor Market France accounts for 5% of all visitors to the island of Ireland. We welcomed 524K visitors from France in 2016. Where do they come from?

More information

Significant strategic developments announced today

Significant strategic developments announced today Qantas Airways Limited Building a Stronger Qantas August 2011 Executive Summary Significant strategic developments announced today Initial Phase of comprehensive plan to turnaround the Qantas International

More information