1 T O U R I S M I N I C E L A N D I N F I G U R E S MARCH 211 ICELANDIC TOURIST BOARD
2 Tourism in Iceland in Figures CONTENTS Page Tourism in Iceland 3 Tourism consumption by product category 4 International visitors to Iceland 5 International visitors through Keflavík Airport and Seyðisfjörður 6 Travellers through Keflavík Airport by periods/months Travellers through Keflavík Airport by periods Travellers through Keflavík Airport by months Overnight stays in hotels 2 11 International visitors to Iceland International visitors summer Travels of Icelanders Travels of Icelanders
3 TOURISM IN ICELAND 2.5 The share of tourism in Iceland's GDP and share in total export revenue The share of tourism in Iceland s GDP between 2 and 28 was, on average, 4.9%. It was highest in 22 (5.7%) and lowest in 26 (4.3%). In the years between 2 and 29 the share of tourism in Iceland s total export revenue was, on average, 18.8%. The share was highest in 25, or 22.4% and lowest in 2, or 14.2% % of domestic production % of exports Employment in tourism 5,9 5,414 5,35 2,983 3,335 3, Jobs in tourism Jobs in related industries The number of jobs in tourism was 8,5 in 29, which is a similar number as in 27. There were 5,35 jobs in characteristic tourism industries in 29, such as accommodation and catering services, passenger transport services and travel agency occupations. 3,2 jobs were in related industries, such as retail sales, entertainment, shops, culture, recreational activities and services in connection with passenger transport. Jobs in tourism were 5.1% of the total number of jobs in Iceland in Internal tourism consumption 28 International visitors 55% Icelandic firms, government 5% Icelandic households 4% Total domestic tourist consumption in 28 was over ISK 171bn. International travellers spent ISK 93.5bn, or 54.8% of domestic tourism consumption. Icelanders spent approx. ISK 77bn, or over 45% of tourism consumption. Thereof, the expenditures paid by companies and public bodies amounted to ISK 9.5bn, or 6% of the total tourism consumption. If the revenues from passenger fares earned by the Icelandic air carriers from their overseas operations are added, the foreign currency earnings amount to over ISK 132bn. Source: Statistics Iceland.
4 TOURISM CONSUMPTION BY PRODUCT CATEGORY Total tourism consumption by product category - ISK bn Accommodation services Catering services Transport equipment rental, car rental, etc. Passenger transport on land and sea Air passenger transport Travel agencies Automotive fuel retail, repairs/maintenance Other supportive transport activities Culture and recreation Miscellaneous tourism services Miscellaneous tourism retail services ISK 51bn of the total tourism consumption in Iceland in 28 is from passenger transport by air, ISK 34.4bn from accommodation or catering services, ISK 2.3bn from the lease of transport vehicles, car rental and retail sale of petrol, repairs and maintenance of cars. Other forms of transport account for ISK 14.4bn. Services provided by travel agencies accounted for ISK 9.9bn of the total tourism consumption, culture and entertainment for ISK 8.4bn, various purchases relating to travel services for ISK 27.2bn and other services to tourists for ISK 5bn. Consumption of foreign and Icelandic tourists by product categories 28 - ISK bn Accommodation services Catering services Transport equipment rental, car rental, etc. Passenger transport on land and sea Air passenger transport Travel agencies Automotive fuel retail, repairs/maintenance Other supportive transport activities Culture and recreation Miscellaneous tourism services Miscellaneous tourism retail services Icelanders International visitors 29.7 Consumption of passenger transport by air has the largest share in the spending of foreign and Icelandic tourists, or ISK 29.7bn for foreign visitors and ISK 21.3bn for Icelandic travellers. Other items relating to passenger transport are also a large proportion of spending and account for around ISK 19.6bn of expenditures from foreigners and ISK bn of expenditures from Icelanders. Consumption of accommodation and catering services is similar in both groups, or approximately ISK 17bn. Consumption of various purchases related to tourist services amounts to ISK 14.4bn for foreign visitors and ISK 12.8bn for Icelandic travellers. Other consumption, such as for culture and entertainment, travel agencies and other services, amounts to ISK 12.1bn for international visitors and ISK 11.2bn for Icelandic travellers. 4 Source: Statistics Iceland.
5 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS TO ICELAND ' Visitors to Iceland 2-2 The annual increase of visitors to Iceland has been 5.3% on average over the past ten years. In 2, there were approx. 495, visitors to Iceland, an increase of 2, from Source: Icelandic Tourist Board, Austfar, Isavia. No. ' of International cruise ship passengers Passengers Vessels No. of vessels Approximately 95% of the cruise ships that visit Iceland berth in Reykjavík. In 2, 74 cruise ships, with approximately 7, guests, berthed in Reykjavík. Source: Associated Icelandic Ports (Faxaflóahafnir). 5 International visitors by point of entry Increase/decrease 29 2 Number (%) Keflavík 464, ,252-5, Seyðisfjörður 13,866,336 1,47.6 Other airports,539 2,181 4, Total 493, , The vast majority of foreign visitors come to Iceland by air to Keflavík Airport. Source: Icelandic Tourist Board, Austfar, Isavia
6 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS THROUGH KEFLAVÍK AIRPORT AND SEYÐISFJÖRÐUR Visitors through Keflavík airport 28-2 by nationality Number of visitors Increase/decrease (%) /8 8/9 9/ Canada,568 11,63 13, Denmark 41,26 4,27 38, Finland,797 11,566 11, France 26,161 28,818 29, Germany 45,12 51,879 54, Italy,116 12,645 9, Japan 6,732 7,48 5, Netherlands 18,756 19,262 17, Norway 35,122 36,485 35, Spain,438 13,771 12, Sweden 32,259 31,421 27, Switzerland 7,136 8,646 9, United Kingdom 69,982 61,619 6, USA 4,495 43,99 51, Other 7,964 86,134 83, Total 472, , , by market area Number of visitors Increase/decrease (%) /8 8/9 9/ Nordic countries 119,24 119, , United Kingdom 69,982 61,619 6, Central/S-Europe 117, ,21 132, N-America 51,63 54,972 64, Other 114,696 93,182 89, ,9 Total 472, , , Visitors through Seyðisfjörður seaport 28-2 by market area Number of visitors Increase/decrease (%) /8 8/9 9/ Nordic countries 4,681 3,938 4, United Kingdom Central/S-Europe 7,5 8,362 8, N-America Other 1,656 1,379 1, Total 14,41 13,866, Source: Icelandic Tourist Board and Austfar.
7 TRAVELLERS THROUGH KEFLAVÍK AIRPORT BY PERIODS/MONTHS 2 Departures from Keflavík Airport by market area 2 ' Nordic countries 3 25 United Kingdom 2 Central/South Europe N-America Other 5 Departures through Keflavík Airport Proportional (%) distribution by periods/months Jan- May Jun- Aug Sep- Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Canada China , Denmark Finland France Germany Italy Japan NL Norway Poland Spain Sweden CH UK USA Other Total Jan- May Jun- Aug Sep- Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Nordic countr UK ,2 Central/S-Eur N-America Other Total Source: Icelandic Tourist Board.
8 TRAVELLERS THROUGH KEFLAVÍK AIRPORT BY PERIODS 28-2 Visitors through Keflavík; January-May ' UK USA Norway Denmark Germany Sweden UK visitors have been the most numerous of the travellers visiting Iceland between January and May. The number of US citizens has been on the rise, and they were in second place in 2. The eruption in Eyjafjallajökull glacier had a considerable effect on the number of tourists in 2, with the number of Norwegians, Danes, Germans and Swedes dropping from previous years. Visitors through Keflavík; June-August ' Germany USA France Denmark UK Norway Sweden Spain German travellers are by far the most numerous visitors during the summer months and have never been as many as in 2. US visitors are the second most numerous, with France, Denmark and the UK following closely behind. 8 Visitors through Keflavík; Sept.-December ' UK travellers are the most numerous of those visiting Iceland late in the year, or between September and December. The number of US visitors has increased considerably since 28, and its residents were the second most numerous in 2. UK USA Norway Denmark Germany Sweden Source: Icelandic Tourist Board.
9 TRAVELLERS THROUGH KEFLAVÍK AIRPORT BY MONTH ' International visitors through Keflavík airport thousand international visitors came to Iceland through Keflavík Airport in 2, or 2.8% fewer than in 27. Just under half the visitors came during the three summer months (Jun Aug) over the past three years, just under a third in spring (Apr May) or in the autumn (Sept Oct) and around a fifth during winter (Jan Mar/Nov Dec). Nordic visitors through Keflavík airport 2 5 ' There were 113 thousand Nordic visitors in 2, or approximately seven thousand fewer than in 28 and 29. Over the past three years, two of every five Nordic visitors have come during the summer months, around a third during the spring or autumn and just under a fourth during winter. 9 UK visitors through Keflavík airport ' In 29, there were 6, visitors from the UK, a decrease of, from 28. Just under a third of UK visitors come in summer, a third in spring or autumn and a third during the winter months. Source: Icelandic Tourist Board.
10 TRAVELLERS THROUGH KEFLAVÍK AIRPORT BY MONTH 28 2 German visitors through Keflavík airport ' In 2, there were around 54, German visitors to Iceland, 2.5% more than in 28, when there were approximately 45,. Around two-thirds of German visitors have come during the summer months during the past three years. Just under a quarter of German visitors come during spring or autumn and approximately % during the winter months ' French, Italian and Spanish visitors through Keflavík airport Around 51, visitors from France, Italy and Spain came to Iceland in 2, compared to 55, in 29 and just under 47, in 28. Over the past three years, most French, Italian and Spanish visitors have come during the summer months, or almost 7%. Slightly less than a fifth come during spring or autumn and approximately % during the winter months. US visitors through Keflavík airport ' In 2, there were approximately 65, US visitors, an increase of 25% from 28. Over the past three years, around 5% of US visitors have come during the summer months, just under a third during spring or autumn and around 2% during the winter. Source: Icelandic Tourist Board.
11 OVERNIGHT STAYS IN HOTELS 2 Available beds in hotels 2 East 5% South 14% In recent years, there has been a considerable increase in the availability of accommodation. North 11% Westfjords 1% West 4% Southwest 4% Capital region 61% During summer 2, there were 9,488 beds available in 8 hotels, which is 54.5% of the total number of beds in all available accommodation. Foreign guestnights at hotels ' Foreign visitors spent approx. one million nights in Iceland in 2, 3.4% fewer overnigh stays in hotels than in % of overnight stays in hotels are during the summer, a third during spring or autumn and just under a quarter during the winter months. 11 Domestic guestnights at hotels ' Icelanders spent approximately 25, nights in hotels in 2, or 2.7% fewer overnight stays than the year before. A quarter of overnight stays were spent during the summer, over a third during spring or autumn and over a third during the winter months. Source: Statistics Iceland.
12 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS TO ICELAND 29 2 GENDER Winter (Sep '9-May ') Male 52.% Female 48.% Summer (Jun-Aug ') Male 59.% Female 41.% AVERAGE AGE Winter Summer 38,7yrs 43,yrs Age distribution (%) Winter '9-' 37 Summer ' Years >65 Purpose of visit (%) Winter '9-' Summer ' The vast majority of visitors to Iceland are on holiday. A relatively larger number come for business or work in Iceland outside the summer months rather than during summer Holiday Visit Business Conference Travelling companion (%) Spouse 41 4 Friends Alone Most visitors travel to Iceland with a spouse or friends during winter and summer. Relatively few visit with children. Colleagues 11 Summer ' Winter '9-' With children 8 7 Source: Tourism, Research and Consultancy. Survey among foreign travellers 29.
13 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS TO ICELAND 29 2 Length of stay (%) Winter '9-' Summer ' Nights >21 The average length of stay of foreign visitors in Iceland was 5.9 nights during winter and.4 nights during summer. Over 4% of visitors stay 1 3 nights during winter, and 4% stay 4 7 nights. During the summer, 4% stay 8 14 nights and just under a third stay 4 7 nights. Type of visit (%) Winter '9-' Summer ' 22 Most foreign visitors to Iceland have planned their own trips, 79% during winter and 78% during summer. Just over 2% come on package tours during summer and winter. 13 Independently planned Tour group Means of transport in Iceland (%) Tour bus Rental car Scheduled coach Borrowed car Own car Summer ' Winter '9-' During winter, most visitors utilised coach services for travel in Iceland, although car rentals and scheduled coaches are used to some extent. During summer, however, rented cars are most commonly used by foreign visitors, although coach services are used by many. Other 8 2 Source: Tourism, Research and Consultancy. Survey among foreign travellers 29.
14 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS SUMMER 2 GENDER Male 59,% Female 41,% AVERAGE AGE TYPE OF TOUR 43yrs Individually arranged trip 78,% Package tour 22,% PREVIOUSLY VISITED ICELAND 22,% Age distribution (%) >65 Years Reason for comming to Iceland (%) Interest in Iceland and its natural environs Friends/relatives Earlier visits The Internet Travel brochures/pamphlets Articles in newspapers/magazines Icelandic literature/films Most visitors mention nature and the country when asked why they decided to come to Iceland. Many mention friends and family or an earlier visit, while significantly fewer mention the Internet, travel brochures or pamphlets, articles in newspapers or magazines and Icelandic literature or films. Other aspects are mentioned very infrequently. 14 Aspects influencing decision to visit Iceland (%) Natural environment Icelandic culture/history Price offers Friends/relatives in Iceland Stopover package Iceland s nature influences most travellers decision to come to the country. Many also mention Icelandic culture or history. Other aspects such as favourable travel offers, friends or relatives in Iceland, stopovers in Iceland and health spas lag far behind. Spas 6 Source: Tourism, Research and Consultancy. Survey among foreign visitors during summer 2 conducted for the Icelandic Tourist Board.
15 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS SUMMER 2 Recreational options (%) Nature viewing Swimming pools/natural hot springs Hiking/mountaineering Museums/exhibitions Whale watching Boat trip Galleries/handicraft centres Guided day-trip Nature-related recreational options in Iceland are popular among foreign visitors. In 2, numerous visitors opted for nature viewing, hiking or mountaineering, whale watching, boat trips and volcano tours. Swimming and warm spring baths were also popular, as were a range of culturally based recreational options. Spas 24 Volcano tour 21 Most memorable (%) Nature, the landscape 19.1 Blue Lagoon Jökulsárlón glacial lake Geysir Gullfoss Mývatn Landmannalaugar Whales, whale watching The aspects most often mentioned when visitors were asked what was most memorable about their trip to Iceland this summer generally involved nature or specific locations in Iceland in some manner. Reykjavík 7.2 Volcanoes, volcano tours 6.4 Did the trip meet expectations? Mostly 32% Somewhat 2% Minimally 1% Completely 65% Overall, visitors were for the most part satisfied with their trip to Iceland during the 2 summer. 65% were of the opinion that their expectations were fully met, 32% that their expectations were met for the most part and 3% that their expectations were met to some or little extent. Source: Tourism, Research and Consultancy. Survey among foreign visitors during summer 2,conducted for the Icelandic Tourist Board.
16 TRAVELS OF ICELANDERS 2 Were trips undertaken in Iceland or overseas 2? (%) A similar number of Icelanders, i.e. 9%, travelled in Iceland in 2 as in 29. There was, however, an increase of more than 25% in overseas travel between years, or 56.3% in 2 as compared to 44.3% in Only within Iceland Only overseas Both within Iceland and overseas Did not travel In which month were trips undertaken in Iceland? (%) July is the most popular month for domestic travel, with 72.9% of Icelanders travelling in that month. June (54.6%) and August (63.4%) follow closely in popularity. During spring and autumn (i.e. Apr, May, Sept, Oct), around 2% travelled in each month. There was much less travel during other months in the year. 16 No. of overnight stays in Iceland (%) Three weeks or longer Two weeks nights 7- nights 4-6 nights The average length of stay during domestic travels in 2 was 14.9 nights. This similar to what it was in 29, when the average was 14.3 nights. % stayed 1 3 nights, 4% stayed 4 nights and half stayed 11 nights or more. 1-3 nights Source: MMR/market and media research. Surveys conducted for the Icelandic Tourist Board in January 2 and in January 211.
17 TRAVELS OF ICELANDERS 2 Accommodation options used during travel (%) Stayed with friends, relatives Privately owned summer cottage/apartment Association-owned holiday cottage Tent/trailer tents/motor home Hotel/guesthouse/equivalent Around 5% of Icelanders stayed with friends and family during travel in Iceland, and the same proportion used tents, trailer tents motor homes. Around 4% stayed in summer cottages or privately owned apartments, and a similar number rented cottages or apartments owned by associations. Around 2%, however, stayed in a hotel, guesthouse or equivalent accommodation. Recreational activities paid for during travel (%) 67. Swimming, hot spring baths Museums, exhibitions Fishing Theatre, concerts Golf Boat trip.2 Swimming and bathing in hot springs are the recreational options that most Icelanders paid for in domestic travel in 2. A large number paid entrance fees to museums and exhibitions, for fishing permits, theatre tickets and for golf or boat trips. 5% or fewer paid for some of the following options: guided sightseeing tours or hiking/mountain trips, horse riding, whale watching, spas and fitness programmes, white-water rafting, kayaking and snowmobile, snowsled or cycling trips. 17 Capital area Reykjanes West Westfjords North East South Highlands What part of the country was visited 2? (%) (in travel lasting one night or more) North Iceland and south Iceland are the regions where the majority visited in 2, or three of every five. Two out of every five visited west Iceland, a quarter visited the east of Iceland, a fifth visited the greater Reykjavík area or the Westfjords, % visited the highlands and just under % visited the Reykjanes peninsula. Source: MMR/market and media research. Surveys conducted for the Icelandic Tourist Board in January 2 and in January 211.
18 West Westfjords North East South Reykjanes Highlands TRAVELS OF ICELANDERS 2 Locations/areas visited (%) (during trips lasting 1 or more nights) Landmannalaugar Kjölur (þ.m.t. Hveravellir) Sprengisandur Herðubreiðalindir/Askja Kárahnjúkar Kverkfjöll Lakagígar Reykjanesbær Grindavík Reykjanestá/viti Krísuvík Þingvellir/Geysir/Gullfoss Vík Skógar Eyrarbakki Vestmannaeyjar Hornafjörður Skaftafell Þórsmörk Egilsstaðir/Hallormsstaður Fjarðabyggð Djúpivogur Seyðisfjörður Borgarfjörður eystri Vopnafjörður Akureyri Skagafjörður Mývatnssveit Húsavík Ásbyrgi Siglufjörður Hvammstangi Þórshöfn Ísafjörður Hólmavík/Strandir Hrafnseyri Látrabjarg Hornstrandir Flatey á Breiðafirði Akranes/Borgarnes Hvalfjörður Stykkishólmur Húsafell/Reykholt Snæfellsnesþjóðgarður Dalirnir Source: MMR/market and media research. MMR survey conducted for the Icelandic Tourist Board in January 211.
19 Travel overseas Travel in Iceland TRAVELS OF ICELANDERS 211 What kind of trips are planned for 211? (%) Summer cottage 56.8 Visit to friends/relatives Travel with friends/club members City/town break Outdoor recreation Skiing trip Sports trip The vast majority of Icelanders have some plans for travel in 211. Thus, 56.8% say they intend to spend time in a summer cottage in Iceland, 49.4% intend to visit friends or family, 33.8% intend to travel in Iceland with a group of friends or Work-related travel/conference Cultural/health/spa trip Educational trip Other type of trip with a club, 31.7% intend to take a city break overseas, 25.2% to take a city or town break in Iceland and 24.5% intend to go on an outdoor recreation trip, i.e. hikes, snowmobile or jeep tour. City break Sun-seeking holiday Business trip 12.6 Skiing trip 2.2 Other type of trip 18.7 Source: MMR/market and media research. MMR survey conducted for the Icelandic Tourist Board in January 211.
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