Positive indicators mirror outbound travel growth forecasts around the celebration of the Chinese New Year, one of the key periods when Chinese take holidays. According to the latest results of the Long-Haul Travel Sentiment Survey and Index Chinese willingness to travel overseas remains positive in the first months of 2018.
People want to travel – I mean, who wouldn’t want to discover new places, see famous cities or go to lesser known towns? Either wanting to see famous sights, or a more of a off the beaten path type of traveler, people are driven by curiosity and the desire to relax and take a break from their daily activities. A participant poll made before the City Fair 2013, ETOA’s European B2B workshop taking place 24th June 2013 at Wembley Stadium, London, shows that representatives have reasons to believe 2013 will be a year with growth in tourism compared to 2012.