Impact on tourism development: Low-cost airlines is conducive to generating new tourism demand; In China, most of Low-cost airlines are developing in the secondary airport, while expanding existing route network. It is developing independent travel let passengers freely. Competition in the short-haul routes, low-cost airlines to make people have more opportunities to travel (Print edition, 2014). Low-cost airlines have greatly influenced both domestic and international tourism demand. Low-cost airlines not only have local routes, it needs to be developed to international routes, it will bring more profit for the local tourism industry.
3. Conclusion Ecotourism is a protective tour. Tourism can develop the economy, but ecotourism is not the first goal of developing the economy. It is a new type of tourism that emphasizes the unified development of society, nature, resources, environment, and ecology. And the aim of ecotourism is building a harmonious relationship between human society and nature.
Namely, to understand the ways in which the production and consumption of tourism goods and services affect various social relations and processes. The social organisation of these processes includes a number of elements. For example, carefully selected images of places that a tourist can see, information about the destination, which shows the uniqueness and historical
While the economic impacts plays the dominant role among them, the adverse effects of Socio-cultural impact and environmental impact were ignored in policy making in the case of most of third world countries. But with the time, the policy makers of almost all the countries emerged with the concept of sustainable tourism development, which consider all the three impacts of tourism. The sustainable tourism development is a process that composed with three pillars as, social justice, economic development and environmental integrity which contribute to enhance the prosperity of local community by maximizing the contribution of tourism towards the economic prosperity of respective destinations (Khanya, 2001). The process of tourism development includes three key players namely business sector, not-for profit sector and the government (Batta, 1993).There is a potential threat for the development of tourism industry which arose due to any kind of poor coordination of efforts and policies between these three parties (Batta,
Political Political is one of the factor will affect the tourist demand. According to the Applegate E. and Johnsen A. (2007) political factor is mainly concerned with governments and political participation. The methods adopt the government use can greatly affect tourism demand. For examples, exchange control, currency export prohibition, taxation of tourists and residents and visa regulation (Page S.J.
Segmenting the market is important because different segments of the tourism market require various distribution and marketing mix. Tourists can be segmented by many descriptive and explanatory variables. The widely used segmentation variables in tourism include geographic and demographic bases (Bennett, Strydom, 2001; Dolnicar, 2006; Goeldner, Ritchie, 2009). With regard to travel motivations, various empirical research studies have investigated that travel motivations differ among different market segments towards specific destinations (e.g. Pizam, Sussman, 1995; Baloglu, 1997; Acevedo, Nohara, 2004; Andreu et al., 2005; Jonsson, Devonish, 2008; Jensen, 2011).
Image of Yazd in published photos of Iranian and international tourists in Instagram Masoud Zare Mehrjardy Literature review Destination Image: Destinations are places toward which people travel and where they choose to stay for a while to experience certain perceived attractions (Leiper, 1995). In the tourism industry, production, consumption, and experiential characteristics become interconnected in a given location. The complex processes of tourism production and consumption depend on destinations, be they a single community and its surroundings, a region, or a country(Saraniemi & Kylänen, 2011). There are several attitudes about tourism destination marketing and several relevant methods. According to poon(1993) perspective, destinations
Though consumer behaviors generally based on different tourism choices provided that similar features such as quality accommodation and food, hospitality of the host people and the most important facilitator which is the beautiful scenic view. That’s why Brieter, Cai & Feng (2004) suggested that tourism places and destinations must provide evoking benefits to the incoming consumers through an ultimate decision tools set. So, they concluded that a tourist place should not only include some evoking tools but also must be unique and different from other tourist attractions to position themselves in the tourists top of mind in final decision process. And based on this perspective, they have concluded that destination branding is as critical to attract the tourist in bulk as identified and differentiated from different options in the minds of the targeted tourist
Application of multi-criteria decision making techniques in measuring the stability rate of tourist destinations SeyedFarzadSeyedi prof: Mr. Safari (phc) Introduction Stable Tourism paradigm (ST) has been emerged as the only solution in tourism industry saving the nature and human beings. From this point of view, stable tourism paradigm reviews tourism within borders, society, its land and the guest society (tourists) and tourism industry from the other hand and pays attention said (Roknodin Eftekhari et. al , 1390). By suggesting the stable tourism paradigm, using practical measurement and progress check methods and techniques towards stability in tourism industry expanded and significant investment and human resources was spent to develop
Domestic tourism is tourism involving residents of one country traveling only within that country (Domestic tourism, 2015). In 1960s, tourism industry in Malaysia has been traditionally concentrated and promoted towards international markets. Nowadays, the tourism sector has grown rapidly and has been ranked the second largest foreign income earners. A domestic tourist can be defined as "any person residing in Malaysia regardless of his/her nationality who travels to a place at least 40 kilometres away (one way) from his/her usual place of residence for at least one night or less than one night for any reason other than following an activity remunerated at the place visited". The falls of ringgit in 2015 have decreased the motivation and intention of local residents to travel abroad.