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  • 1. The Future of Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2016Report Details:Published:December 2012No. of Pages: 255Price: Single User License – US$1950SynopsisThe report provides market analysis, information and insights, including:• Historic and forecast tourist volumes covering the entire Canadian travel and tourism sector• Detailed analysis of tourist spending patterns in Canada• The total, direct and indirect tourism output generated by each sector within the Canadian traveland tourism sector• Employment and salary trends for various categories in the Canadian travel and tourism sector,such as accommodation, sightseeing and entertainment, foodservice, transportation, retail, travelintermediaries and others• Detailed market classification across each industry with analysis using similar metrics• Detailed analysis of the airline, car rental, hospitality and travel intermediaries marketsSummaryThe Travel and Tourism Competitive Index (TTCI) ranked Canada as the second-most-attractivedestination in the Americas – and the ninth worldwide – to develop business in the travel andtourism sector in 2011. Canada’s travel and tourism sector contributed 4.6% to national GDP in2011, and accounted for 13.9% of the country’s total employment. During the review period, thetotal number of trips undertaken by residents, both domestic and outbound, increased from 239.8million in 2007 to 264.8 million in 2011, registering a CAGR of 2.50%. The key drivers for thisgrowth are a rebound in the economy, increasing employment, rising disposable incomes andgovernment initiatives to improve tourism in the country.ScopeThis report provides an extensive analysis related to tourism demands and flows in Canada:• It details historical values for the Canadian tourism sector for 2007–2011 along with forecastfigures for 2012–2016• It provides comprehensive analysis of travel and tourism demand factors with values for both the2007–2011 review period and the 2012–2016 forecast period• The report makes a detailed analysis and projection of domestic, inbound and outbound touristflows in Canada• It provides employment and salary trends for various categories of the travel and tourism sector
  • 2. • It provides comprehensive analysis of the airline, car rental, hospitality and travel intermediariesmarkets with values for both the 2007–2011 review period and the 2012–2016 forecast periodReasons To Buy• Take strategic business decisions using historic and forecast market data related to theCanadian travel and tourism sector• Understand the demand-side dynamics within the Canadian travel and tourism sector, along withkey market trends and growth opportunities• Identify the spending patterns of domestic, inbound and outbound tourists by individualcategories• Analyze key employment and compensation data related to the travel and tourism sector inCanada• Understand the market size of other tourism sub-sectors such as airlines, hotels, car rental andtravel intermediariesKey Highlights• The Travel and Tourism Competitive Index (TTCI) ranked Canada as the second-most-attractivedestination in the Americas – and the ninth worldwide – to develop business in the travel andtourism sector in 2011.• During the review period, the total number of trips undertaken by residents, both domestic andoutbound, increased from 239.8 million in 2007 to 264.8 million in 2011, registering a CAGR of2.50%.• According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Canada accounted forthe third-largest number of inbound tourist arrivals in the Americas in 2011. There were 30.9million inbound tourist arrivals in the country in 2011, with the US, UK and France accounting for88.4% of total inbound arrivals.• Canada’s tourism sector relies heavily on domestic tourism, and in 2011, domestic touristsaccounted for 79% of total tourism spending in the country.• The government launched its Federal Tourism Strategy to enhance the competitiveness of thetourism sector and position it for long-term growth. By 2015, Canada intends to generate US$100billion in tourism revenue and the Federal Tourism Strategy will help meet this target.• According to the World Economic Forum (WEF), Canada is ranked first for its air transportinfrastructure. The country also got a high rating for its tourism and information andcommunication technology (ICT) infrastructure, and is ranked fourth for its policy rules andregulations, denoting that they are conducive for the development of the tourism sector and theairlines industry.• Investors in the Canadian hotel industry have largely been domestic in the past because foreigninvestors were more attracted towards large markets such as the US and the fast-growing Asianmarkets. However, hoteliers expect the scenario to change with more foreign investors enteringinto the financially stable Canadian market, which offers good prospects for capital growth.• The car rental market in Canada is seasonal in nature, with demand being strongest in the springand summer months as these are typically the high-traffic months for vacationing travelers, while
  • 3. business travelers add demand in the early spring and late fall. January remains the slowestmonth for both business and leisure travel.• Online travel bookings have witnessed tremendous growth in the past few years in Canada dueto the increasing penetration of the internet among the population. The rapid increase in onlinesales has negatively impacted traditional travel intermediaries.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/209587-the-future-of-travel-and-tourism-in-canada-to-2016.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeTable of Contents1 Executive Summary2 Introduction2.1 What is this Report About?2.2 Definitions2.3 Methodology3 Travel and Tourism in Canada3.1 Key Trends and Issues3.1.1 Key trends3.1.2 Barriers to tourism3.1.3 Tourist attractions3.1.4 Accessibility3.2 Tourism SWOT3.2.1 Overview of the tourism sector in Canada3.2.2 Strengths3.2.3 Weaknesses3.2.4 Opportunities3.2.5 Threats3.3 Tourism Demand Factors3.3.1 Typical holiday entitlement of employees per annum by type3.3.2 Total population by age3.3.3 Male population by age3.3.4 Female population by age3.3.5 Number of households3.3.6 Mean household income3.4 Tourism Market Indicators3.4.1 Number of trips by season3.4.2 Number of trips by residents3.4.3 Average length of tourism trips3.4.4 Average national tourism expenditure per day of trip3.4.5 Percentage of total resident income spent on tourism3.4.6 Total national tourism expenditure by tourist destination3.4.7 Total national tourism expenditure by category
  • 4. 4 Domestic Tourism in Canada4.1 Key Trends and Issues4.1.1 Key trends4.1.2 Barriers to tourism4.1.3 Tourist attractions4.2 Domestic Tourism Flows4.2.1 Number of trips by purpose of visit4.2.2 Number of overnight stays for domestic trips4.3 Domestic Tourism Expenditure4.3.1 Total domestic tourist expenditure4.3.2 Domestic tourist expenditure on accommodation4.3.3 Domestic tourist expenditure on entertainment and sightseeing4.3.4 Domestic tourist expenditure on foodservice4.3.5 Domestic tourist expenditure on retail4.3.6 Domestic tourist expenditure on transportation4.3.7 Domestic tourist expenditure on travel intermediation4.3.8 Domestic tourist expenditure on other categories4.3.9 Average expenditure per domestic tourist by category4.4 Domestic Tourism Forecast5 Inbound Tourism to Canada5.1 Key Trends and Issues5.1.1 Key trends5.1.2 Barriers to tourism5.1.3 Tourist attractions5.2 Inbound Tourism Flows5.2.1 International arrivals by region of origin – Africa5.2.2 International arrivals by region of origin – Asia-Pacific5.2.3 International arrivals by region of origin – Europe5.2.4 International arrivals by region of origin – Middle East5.2.5 International arrivals by region of origin – North America5.2.6 International arrivals by region of origin – South and Central America5.2.7 International arrivals by purpose of visit5.3 Inbound Tourism Expenditure5.3.1 Total expenditure of inbound tourists5.3.2 Inbound tourist accommodation expenditure5.3.3 Inbound tourist expenditure on entertainment and sightseeing5.3.4 Inbound tourist foodservice expenditure5.3.5 Inbound tourist retail expenditure5.3.6 Inbound tourist transportation expenditure5.3.7 Inbound tourist travel intermediation expenditure5.3.8 Inbound tourist expenditure on other categories5.3.9 Average international tourist expenditure by category
  • 5. 5.4 Inbound Tourism Forecast6 Outbound Tourism from Canada6.1 Key Trends and Issues6.1.1 Key trends6.1.2 Barriers to tourism6.1.3 Tourist attractions6.2 Outbound Tourism Flows6.2.1 International departures to Africa6.2.2 International departures to Asia-Pacific6.2.3 International departures to Europe6.2.4 International departures to the Middle East6.2.5 International departures to North America6.2.6 International departures to South and Central America6.2.7 International departures by purpose of visit6.2.8 Number of overnight stays on international trips6.3 Outbound Tourism Expenditure6.3.1 Total expenditure of outbound tourists6.3.2 Expenditure pattern of outbound tourists on accommodation6.3.3 Expenditure pattern of outbound tourists on entertainment and sightseeing6.3.4 Expenditure pattern of outbound tourists on foodservice6.3.5 Expenditure pattern of outbound tourists on retail6.3.6 Expenditure pattern of outbound tourists on transportation6.3.7 Expenditure pattern of outbound tourists on travel intermediation6.3.8 Expenditure pattern of outbound tourists on other categories6.3.9 Average overseas expenditure per resident by category6.4 Outbound Tourism Forecast7 Tourism Economics in Canada7.1 Five-Year Review7.1.1 Value of tourism7.1.2 Output by category7.1.3 Tourism balance of payments7.1.4 Growth drivers7.2 Tourism Output7.2.1 Total tourism output by category7.2.2 Direct tourism output by category7.2.3 Indirect tourism output by category7.3 Tourism Employment7.3.1 Total tourism employment by category7.3.2 Total tourism employment as a percentage of total employment7.3.3 Direct tourism employment by category7.3.4 Direct tourism employment as a percentage of total employment7.3.5 Indirect tourism employment by category
  • 6. 7.3.6 Indirect tourism employment as a percentage of total employment7.4 Tourism Output per Employee7.4.1 Total tourism output generated per employee by category7.4.2 Direct tourism output generated per employee by category7.4.3 Indirect tourism output generated per employee by category7.5 Tourism Employee Compensation7.5.1 Average salary by category7.5.2 Total gross income generated by total tourism employment by category7.6 Five-Year Forecast7.6.1 Value of tourism7.6.2 Output by category7.6.3 Tourism balance of payments7.6.4 Growth drivers8 Airlines in Canada8.1 Key Trends and Issues8.1.1 Key trends8.1.2 Market size and forecast8.1.3 Growth drivers8.2 Key Performance Indicators8.2.1 Seats available8.2.2 Seats sold by carrier type – business travel8.2.3 Seats sold by carrier type – leisure travel8.2.4 Load factor by carrier type8.2.5 Passenger kilometers available by carrier type8.2.6 Revenue-generating passenger kilometers by carrier type8.2.7 Revenue per passenger by carrier type8.2.8 Total revenue by carrier type8.3 Competitive Landscape8.3.1 Leading operators8.3.2 Major routes8.3.3 Competitive strategy8.4 Company Profile: Air Canada Inc8.4.1 Air Canada Inc. – company overview8.4.2 Air Canada Inc. – business description8.4.3 Air Canada Inc. – history8.4.4 Air Canada Inc. – SWOT analysis8.4.5 Air Canada Inc. – strengths8.4.6 Air Canada Inc. – weaknesses8.4.7 Air Canada Inc. – opportunities8.4.8 Air Canada Inc. – threats8.4.9 Air Canada Inc. – key competitors8.4.10 Air Canada Inc. – key employees
  • 7. 8.5 Company Profile: WestJet Airlines Ltd8.5.1 WestJet Airlines Ltd – company overview8.5.2 WestJet Airlines Ltd – business description8.5.3 WestJet Airlines Ltd – main brand8.5.4 WestJet Airlines Ltd – history8.5.5 WestJet Airlines Ltd – SWOT analysis8.5.6 WestJet Airlines Ltd – strengths8.5.7 WestJet Airlines Ltd – weaknesses8.5.8 WestJet Airlines Ltd – opportunities8.5.9 WestJet Airlines Ltd – threats8.5.10 WestJet Airlines Ltd – key competitors8.5.11 WestJet Airlines Ltd – key employees8.6 Company Profile: Chorus Aviation Inc.8.6.1 Chorus Aviation Inc. – company overview8.6.2 Chorus Aviation Inc. – business description8.6.3 Chorus Aviation Inc. – main brand8.6.4 Chorus Aviation Inc. – history8.6.5 Chorus Aviation Inc. – SWOT analysis8.6.6 Chorus Aviation Inc. – strengths8.6.7 Chorus Aviation Inc. – weaknesses8.6.8 Chorus Aviation Inc. – opportunities8.6.9 Chorus Aviation Inc. – threats8.6.10 Chorus Aviation Inc. – key competitors8.6.11 Chorus Aviation Inc. – key employees8.7 Company Profile: Air Transat AT Inc.8.7.1 Air Transat AT Inc. – company overview8.7.2 Air Transat AT Inc. – key competitors8.7.3 Air Transat AT Inc. – key employees8.8 Company Profile: Porter Airlines8.8.1 Porter Airlines – company overview8.8.2 Porter Airlines – key competitors8.8.3 Porter Airlines – key employees9 Hotels in Canada9.1 Key Trends and Issues9.1.1 Key trends9.1.2 Market size and forecast9.1.3 Key locations9.1.4 Growth drivers9.2 Key Performance Indicators9.2.1 Establishments by hotel category9.2.2 Available rooms by hotel category9.2.3 Room occupancy rate by hotel category
  • 8. 9.2.4 Room nights available by hotel category9.2.5 Room nights occupied by hotel category9.2.6 Average revenue per available room by hotel category9.2.7 Revenue per occupied room by hotel category9.2.8 Total revenue per available room by hotel category9.2.9 Total revenue by hotel category and customer type9.2.10 Guests by hotel category and customer type9.3 Competitive Landscape9.3.1 Leading operators9.3.2 Brand presence in key locations9.3.3 Competitive strategy9.4 Company Profile: Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc9.4.1 Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc. – company overview9.4.2 Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc. – main brands9.4.3 Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc. – key competitors9.4.4 Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc. – key employees9.5 Company Profile: Westmont Hospitality Group, Inc.9.5.1 Westmont Hospitality Group, Inc. – company overview9.5.2 Westmont Hospitality Group, Inc. – key competitors9.5.3 Westmont Hospitality Group, Inc. – key employees9.6 Company Profile: InterContinental Hotels Group9.6.1 InterContinental Hotels Group – company overview9.6.2 InterContinental Hotels Group – main brands9.6.3 InterContinental Hotels Group – key competitors9.6.4 InterContinental Hotels Group – key employees9.7 Company Profile: Best Western International9.7.1 Best Western International – company overview9.7.2 Best Western International – key competitors9.7.3 Best Western International – key employees9.8 Company Profile: Delta Hotels & Resorts9.8.1 Delta Hotels & Resorts – company overview9.8.2 Delta Hotels & Resorts – key competitors9.8.3 Delta Hotels & Resorts – key employees10 Car Rental in Canada10.1 Key Trends and Issues10.1.1 Key trends10.1.2 Market size and forecast10.1.3 Key locations10.1.4 Growth drivers10.2 Key Performance Indicators10.2.1 Market value by customer type and rental location10.2.2 Fleet size
  • 9. 10.2.3 Rental occasions10.2.4 Rental days10.2.5 Average rental length10.2.6 Utilization rate10.2.7 Average revenue per day10.3 Competitive Landscape10.3.1 Leading operators10.3.2 Brand presence in key locations10.3.3 Competitive strategy10.4 Company Profile: Discount Car & Truck Rentals Ltd10.4.1 Discount Car & Truck Rentals Ltd – company overview10.4.2 Discount Car & Truck Rentals Ltd – key competitors10.4.3 Discount Car & Truck Rentals Ltd – key employees10.5 Company Profile: Alltime Car Rental Corporation10.5.1 Alltime Car Rental Corporation – company overview10.5.2 Alltime Car Rental Corporation – key competitors10.6 Company Profile: Budget Rent-A-Car BC Ltd10.6.1 Budget Rent-A-Car BC Ltd – company overview10.6.2 Budget Rent-A-Car BC Ltd – key competitors10.6.3 Budget Rent-A-Car BC Ltd – key employees10.7 Company Profile: RIZ Rent a Car and Truck Ltd10.7.1 RIZ Rent a Car and Truck Ltd – company overview10.7.2 RIZ Rent a Car and Truck Ltd – key competitors10.8 Company Profile: CanaDream Corporation10.8.1 CanaDream Corporation – company overview10.8.2 CanaDream Corporation – key competitors10.8.3 CanaDream Corporation – key employees11 Travel Intermediaries in Canada11.1 Key Trends and Issues11.1.1 Key trends11.1.2 Market size and forecast11.1.3 Online vs in-store11.1.4 Growth drivers11.2 Key Performance Indicators11.2.1 Market value by product type11.2.2 Online revenues by type of intermediary or provider11.2.3 Online revenues by type of tourist11.2.4 In-store revenues by type of intermediary11.2.5 In-store revenues by type of tourist11.2.6 Travel agent revenues from domestic tourism by sales channel11.2.7 Travel agents’ revenues from international tourism by sales channel11.2.8 Tour operator revenues from domestic tourism by sales channel
  • 10. 11.2.9 Tour operator revenues from international tourism by sales channel11.2.10 Other intermediaries revenues from domestic tourism by sales channel11.2.11 Other intermediaries revenues from international tourism by sales channel11.3 Competitive Landscape11.3.1 Leading operators11.3.2 Competitive strategy11.4 Company Profile: Expedia Canada Corp.11.4.1 Expedia Canada Corp. – company overview11.4.2 Expedia Canada Corp. – key competitors11.4.3 Expedia Canada Corp. – key employees11.5 Company Profile: Flight Network11.5.1 Flight Network – company overview11.5.2 Flight Network – key competitors11.5.3 Flight Network – key employees11.6 Company Profile: Red Tag Vacations11.6.1 Red Tag Vacations – company overview11.6.2 Red Tag Vacations – key competitors11.6.3 Red Tag Vacations – key employees11.7 Company Profile: Voyages à Rabais11.7.1 Voyages à Rabais – company overview11.7.2 Voyages à Rabais – key competitors11.7.3 Voyages à Rabais – key employees11.8 Company Profile: Sunwing Travel Group Inc11.8.1 Sunwing Travel Group Inc. – company overview11.8.2 Sunwing Travel Group Inc. – key competitors11.8.3 Sunwing Travel Group Inc. – key employees12 Appendix12.1 Methodology12.2 Contact Us12.3 About Timetric12.4 DisclaimerList of TablesTable 1: Timetric Travel and Tourism Sector DefinitionsTable 2: Canada – Typical Holiday Entitlement per Annum (Days)Table 3: Canada – Total Population by Age (Million), 2007–2016Table 4: Canada – Total Male Population by Age (Million), 2007–2016Table 5: Canada – Total Female Population by Age (Million), 2007–2016Table 6: Canada – Households (Million), 2007–2011Table 7: Canada – Households (Million), 2011–2016Table 8: Canada – Mean Household Income (US$), 2007–2011Table 9: Canada – Mean Household Income (US$), 2007–2011
  • 11. Table 10: Canada – Trips by Season (Million), 2007–2011Table 11: Canada – Trips by Season (Million), 2011–2016Table 12: Canada – Trips by Residents (Million), 2007–2011Table 13: Canada – Trips by Residents (Million), 2011–2016Table 14: Canada – Average Length of Tourism Trip, 2007–2011Table 15: Canada – Average Length of Tourism Trip, 2011–2016Table 16: Canada – Average National Tourism Expenditure (CAD), 2007–2011Table 17: Canada – Average National Tourism Expenditure (CAD), 2011–2016Table 18: Canada – Resident Income Expenditure on Tourism (%), 2007–2011Table 19: Canada – Resident Income Expenditure on Tourism (%), 2011–2016Table 20: Canada – Total Tourism Expenditure by Tourist Destination (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 21: Canada – Total Tourism Expenditure by Tourist Destination (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 22: Canada – Total Tourism Expenditure by Category (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 23: Canada – Total Tourism Expenditure by Category (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 24: Canada – Number of Trips by Type (Million), 2007–2011Table 25: Canada – Number of Trips by Type (Million), 2011–2016Table 26: Canada – Number of Overnight Stays (Million), 2007–2011Table 27: Canada – Number of Overnight Stays (Million), 2011–2016Table 28: Canada – Domestic Tourism Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 29: Canada – Domestic Tourism Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 30: Canada – Domestic Tourist Accommodation Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 31: Canada – Domestic Tourist Accommodation Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 32: Canada – Domestic Tourist Entertainment and Sightseeing Expenditure (CAD Billion),2007–2011Table 33: Canada – Domestic Tourist Entertainment and Sightseeing Expenditure (CAD Billion),2011–2016Table 34: Canada – Domestic Tourist Foodservice Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 35: Canada – Domestic Tourist Foodservice Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 36: Canada – Domestic Tourist Retail Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 37: Canada – Domestic Tourist Retail Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 38: Canada – Domestic Tourist Transportation Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 39: Canada – Domestic Tourist Transportation Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 40: Canada – Domestic Tourist Travel Intermediation Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 41: Canada – Domestic Tourist Travel Intermediation Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 42: Canada – Domestic Tourist Expenditure on Other categories (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 43: Canada – Domestic Tourist Expenditure on Other categories (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 44: Canada – Average Expenditure per Domestic Tourist (CAD) by Category, 2007–2011Table 45: Canada – Average Expenditure per Domestic Tourist (CAD) by Category, 2011–2016Table 46: Canada – International Arrivals from Africa (Thousand), 2007–2011Table 47: Canada – International Arrivals from Africa (Thousand), 2011–2016Table 48: Canada – International Arrivals from Asia-Pacific (Million), 2007–2011Table 49: Canada – International Arrivals from Asia-Pacific (Million), 2011–2016
  • 12. Table 50: Canada – International Arrivals from Europe (Million), 2007–2011Table 51: Canada – International Arrivals from Europe (Million), 2011–2016Table 52: Canada – International Arrivals from the Middle East (Thousand), 2007–2011Table 53: Canada – International Arrivals from the Middle East (Thousand), 2011–2016Table 54: Canada – International Arrivals from North America (Million), 2007–2011Table 55: Canada – International Arrivals from North America (Million), 2011–2016Table 56: Canada – International Arrivals from South and Central America (Thousand),2007–2011Table 57: Canada – International Arrivals from South and Central America (Thousand),2011–2016Table 58: Canada – International Arrivals by Purpose of Visit (Million), 2007–2011Table 59: Canada – International Arrivals by Purpose of Visit (Million), 2011–2016Table 60: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 61: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 62: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Accommodation (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 63: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Accommodation (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 64: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Entertainment and Sightseeing (CAD Billion),2007–2011Table 65: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Entertainment and Sightseeing (CAD Billion),2011–2016Table 66: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Foodservice (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 67: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Foodservice (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 68: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Retail (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 69: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Retail (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 70: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Transportation (CAD Million), 2007–2011Table 71: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Transportation (CAD Million), 2011–2016Table 72: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Travel Intermediation (CAD Million),2007–2011Table 73: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Travel Intermediation (CAD Million),2011–2016Table 74: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Other Categories (CAD Million), 2007–2011Table 75: Canada – Inbound Tourist Expenditure on Other Categories (CAD Million), 2011–2016Table 76: Canada – Average Expenditure per Domestic Tourist by Category (CAD), 2007–2011Table 77: Canada – Average Expenditure per Inbound Tourist by Category (CAD), 2011–2016Table 78: Canada – International Departures to Africa (Thousand), 2007–2011Table 79: Canada – International Departures to Africa (Thousand), 2011–2016Table 80: Canada – International Departures to Asia-Pacific (Thousand), 2007–2011Table 81: Canada – International Departures to Asia-Pacific (Thousand), 2011–2016Table 82: Canada – International Departures to Europe (Million), 2007–2011Table 83: Canada – International Departures to Europe (Million), 2011–2016Table 84: Canada – International Departures to the Middle East (Thousand), 2007–2011Table 85: Canada – International Departures to the Middle East (Thousand), 2011–2016
  • 13. Table 86: Canada – International Departures to North America (Million), 2007–2011Table 87: Canada – International Departures to North America (Million), 2011–2016Table 88: Canada – International Departures to South and Central America (Million), 2007–2011Table 89: Canada – International Departures to South and Central America (Million), 2011–2016Table 90: Canada – International Departures by Purpose of Visit (Million), 2007–2011Table 91: Canada – International Departures by Purpose of Visit (Million), 2011–2016Table 92: Canada – Number of Overnight Stays on International Trips (Million), 2007–2011Table 93: Canada – Number of Overnight Stays on International Trips (Million), 2011–2016Table 94: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 95: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 96: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Accommodation (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 97: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Accommodation (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 98: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Entertainment and Sightseeing (CADBillion), 2007–2011Table 99: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Entertainment and Sightseeing (CADBillion), 2011–2016Table 100: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Foodservice (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 101: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Foodservice (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 102: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Retail (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 103: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Retail (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 104: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Transportation (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 105: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Transportation (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 106: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Travel Intermediation (CAD Billion),2007–2011Table 107: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Travel Intermediation (CAD Billion),2011–2016Table 108: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Other categories (CAD Million),2007–2011Table 109: Canada – Outbound Tourism Expenditure on Other categories (CAD Million),2011–2016Table 110: Canada – Average Overseas Expenditure per Resident by category (CAD), 2007–2011Table 111: Canada – Average Overseas Expenditure per Resident by category (CAD), 2011–2016Table 112: Canada – Total Tourism Output by Category (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 113: Canada – Total Tourism Output by Category (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 114: Canada – Direct Tourism Output by Category (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 115: Canada – Direct Tourism Output by Category (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 116: Canada – Indirect Tourism Output by Category (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 117: Canada – Indirect Tourism Output by Category (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 118: Canada – Total Tourism Employment by Category (Thousand), 2007–2011Table 119: Canada – Total Tourism Employment by Category (Thousand), 2011–2016Table 120: Canada – Total Tourism Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment byCategory (%), 2007–2011
  • 14. Table 121: Canada – Total Tourism Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment byCategory (%), 2011–2016Table 122: Canada – Direct Tourism Employment by Category (Thousand), 2007–2011Table 123: Canada – Direct Tourism Employment by Category (Thousand), 2011–2016Table 124: Canada – Direct Tourism Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment byCategory (%), 2007–2011Table 125: Canada – Direct Tourism Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment byCategory (%), 2011–2016Table 126: Canada – Indirect Tourism Employment by Category (Thousand), 2007–2011Table 127: Canada – Indirect Tourism Employment by Category (Thousand), 2011–2016Table 128: Canada – Indirect Tourism Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment byCategory (%), 2007–2011Table 129: Canada – Indirect Tourism Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment byCategory (%), 2011–2016Table 130: Canada – Total Tourism Output Generated per Employee by Category (CADThousand), 2007–2011Table 131: Canada – Total Tourism Output Generated per Employee by Category (CADThousand), 2011–2016Table 132: Canada – Direct Tourism Output Generated per Employee by category (CADThousand), 2007–2011Table 133: Canada – Direct Tourism Output Generated per Employee by category (CADThousand), 2011–2016Table 134: Canada – Indirect Tourism Output Generated per Employee by Category (CADThousand), 2007–2011Table 135: Canada – Indirect Tourism Output Generated per Employee by Category (CADThousand), 2011–2016Table 136: Canada – Average Salary per Employee by Category (CAD Thousand), 2007–2011Table 137: Canada – Average Salary per Employee by Category (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016Table 138: Canada – Gross Income Generated by Total Tourism Employment by Category (CADBillion), 2007–2011Table 139: Canada – Gross Income Generated by Total Tourism Employment by Category (CADBillion), 2011–2016Table 140: Canada – Seats Available by Carrier Type (Million), 2007–2011Table 141: Canada – Seats Available by Carrier Type (Million), 2011–2016Table 142: Canada – Seats Sold by Carrier Type – Business Travel (Million), 2007–2011Table 143: Canada – Seats Sold by Carrier Type – Business Travel (Million), 2011–2016Table 144: Canada – Seats Sold by Carrier Type – Leisure Travel (Million), 2007–2011Table 145: Canada – Seats Sold by Carrier Type – Leisure Travel (Million), 2011–2016Table 146: Canada – Load Factor by Carrier Type (%), 2007–2011Table 147: Canada – Load Factor by Carrier Type (%), 2011–2016Table 148: Canada – Passenger Kilometers Available by Carrier Type (Billion), 2007–2011Table 149: Canada – Passenger Kilometers Available by Carrier Type (Billion), 2011–2016
  • 15. Table 150: Canada – Revenue-Generating Passenger Kilometers by Carrier Type (Billion),2007–2011Table 151: Canada – Revenue-Generating Passenger Kilometers by Carrier Type (Billion),2011–2016Table 152: Canada – Revenue per Passenger by Carrier Type (CAD), 2007–2011Table 153: Canada – Revenue per Passenger by Carrier Type (CAD), 2011–2016Table 154: Canada – Total Revenue by Carrier Type (CAD Billion), 2007–2011Table 155: Canada – Total Revenue by Carrier Type (CAD Billion), 2011–2016Table 156: Air Canada Inc, Key FactsTable 157: Air Canada Inc, HistoryTable 158: Air Canada Inc., Key EmployeesTable 159: WestJet Airlines Ltd, Key FactsTable 160: WestJet Airlines Ltd, Main BrandTable 161: WestJet Airlines Ltd, HistoryTable 162: WestJet Airlines Ltd, Key EmployeesTable 163: Chorus Aviation Inc., Key FactsTable 164: Chorus Aviation Inc., Main BrandTable 165: Chorus Aviation Inc., HistoryTable 166: Chorus Aviation Inc., Key EmployeesTable 167: Air Transat AT Inc., Key FactsTable 168: Air Transat AT Inc., Key EmployeesTable 169: Porter Airlines, Key FactsTable 170: Porter Airlines, Key EmployeesTable 171: Canada – Hotel Establishments by Category, 2007–2011Table 172: Canada – Hotel Establishments by Category, 2011–2016Table 173: Canada – Available Hotel Rooms by Hotel Category (Units), 2007–2011Table 174: Canada – Available Hotel Rooms by Hotel Category (Units), 2011–2016Table 175: Canada – Hotel Room Occupancy Rate by Hotel Category (%), 2007–2011Table 176: Canada – Hotel Room Occupancy Rate by Hotel Category (%), 2011–2016Table 177: Canada – Room Nights Available by Hotel Category (Million), 2007–2011Table 178: Canada – Room Nights Available by Hotel Category (Million), 2011–2016Table 179: Canada – Room Nights Occupied by Hotel Category (Million), 2007–2011Table 180: Canada – Room Nights Occupied by Hotel Category (Million), 2011–2016Table 181: Canada – Average Revenue per Available Room by Hotel Category (CAD), 2007–2011Table 182: Canada – Average Revenue per Available Room by Hotel Category (CAD), 2007–2011Table 183: Canada – Revenue per Occupied Room by Hotel Category (CAD), 2007–2011Table 184: Canada – Revenue per Occupied Room by Hotel Category (CAD), 2011–2016Table 185: Canada – Total Revenue per Available Room by Hotel Category (CAD), 2007–2011Table 186: Canada – Total Revenue per Available Room by Hotel Category (CAD), 2011–2016Table 187: Canada – Total Hotel Revenue by Hotel Category and Customer Type (CAD Million),2007–2011Table 188: Canada – Total Hotel Revenue by Hotel Category and Customer Type (CAD Million),
  • 16. 2007–2011Table 189: Canada – Guests by Hotel Category and Customer Type (Million), 2007–2011Table 190: Canada – Guests by Hotel Category and Customer Type (Million), 2011–2016Table 191: Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc, Key FactsTable 192: Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc, Main BrandsTable 193: Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc, Key EmployeesTable 194: Westmont Hospitality Group, Inc., Key FactsTable 195: Westmont Hospitality Group, Inc., Key EmployeesTable 196: InterContinental Hotels Group, Key FactsTable 197: InterContinental Hotels Group, Main BrandsTable 198: InterContinental Hotels Group, Key EmployeesTable 199: Best Western International, Key FactsTable 200: Best Western International, Key EmployeesTable 201: Delta Hotels & Resorts, Key FactsTable 202: Delta Hotels & Resorts, Key EmployeesTable 203: Canada – Car Rental Market Value by Customer Type and Rental Location (CADMillion), 2007–2011Table 204: Canada – Car Rental Market Value by Customer Type and Rental Location (CADMillion), 2011–2016Table 205: Canada – Car Rental Fleet Size, 2007–2011Table 206: Canada – Car Rental Fleet Size, 2011–2016Table 207: Canada – Car Rental, Rental Occasions (Million), 2007–2011Table 208: Canada – Car Rental, Rental Occasions (Million), 2011–2016Table 209: Canada – Car Rental, Rental Days (Million), 2007–2011Table 210: Canada – Car Rental, Rental Days (Million), 2011–2016Table 211: Canada – Car Rental, Average Rental Length (Days), 2007–2011Table 212: Canada – Car Rental, Average Rental Length (Days), 2011–2016Table 213: Canada – Car Rental, Market Utilization Rate (%), 2007–2011Table 214: Canada – Car Rental, Market Utilization Rate (%), 2011–2016Table 215: Canada – Average Car Rental Revenue per Day (CAD), 2007–2011Table 216: Canada – Average Car Rental Revenue per Day (CAD), 2011–2016Table 217: Discount Car & Truck Rentals Ltd, Key FactsTable 218: Discount Car & Truck Rentals Ltd, Key EmployeesTable 219: Alltime Car Rental Corporation, Key FactsTable 220: Budget Rent-A-Car BC Ltd, Key FactsTable 221: Budget Rent-A-Car BC Ltd, Key EmployeesTable 222: RIZ Rent a Car and Truck Ltd, Key FactsTable 223: CanaDream Corporation, Key FactsTable 224: Filcar Transport Services Inc., Key EmployeesTable 225: Canada – Travel Intermediaries Industry Value by Product Type (CAD Million),2007–2011Table 226: Canada – Travel Intermediaries Industry Value by Product Type (CAD Million),
  • 17. 2011–2016Table 227: Canada – Travel Intermediaries Online Revenues by Provider (CAD Million),2007–2011Table 228: Canada – Travel Intermediaries Online Revenues by Provider (CAD Million),2011–2016Table 229: Canada – Travel Intermediaries Online Revenues by Type of Tourist (CAD Million),2007–2011Table 230: Canada – Travel Intermediaries Online Revenues by Type of Tourist (CAD Million),2011–2016Table 231: Canada – Travel Intermediaries In-Store Revenues by Provider (CAD Million),2007–2011Table 232: Canada – Travel Intermediaries In-Store Revenues by Provider (CAD Million),2011–2016Table 233: Canada – Travel Intermediaries In-Store Revenues by Type of Tourist (CAD Million),2007–2011Table 234: Canada – Travel Intermediaries In-Store Revenues by Type of Tourist (CAD Million),2011–2016Table 235: Canada – Travel Agent Revenues from Domestic Tourism by Sales Channel (CADMillion), 2007–2011Table 236: Canada – Travel Agent Revenues from Domestic Tourism by Sales Channel (CADMillion), 2011–2016Table 237: Canada – Travel Agent Revenues from International Tourism by Sales Channel (CADBillion), 2007–2011Table 238: Canada – Travel Agent Revenues from International Tourism by Sales Channel (CADBillion), 2011–2016Table 239: Canada – Tour Operator Revenues from Domestic Tourism by Sales Channel (CADMillion), 2007–2011Table 240: Canada – Tour Operator Revenues from Domestic Tourism by Sales Channel (CADMillion), 2011–2016Table 241: Canada – Tour Operator Revenues from International Tourism by Sales Channel (CADMillion), 2007–2011Table 242: Canada – Tour Operator Revenues from International Tourism by Sales Channel (CADMillion), 2011–2016Table 243: Canada – Other Intermediaries Revenues from Domestic Tourism by Sales Channel(CAD Million), 2007–2011Table 244: Canada – Other Intermediaries Revenues from Domestic Tourism by Sales Channel(CAD Million), 2011–2016Table 245: Canada – Other Intermediaries Revenues from International Tourism by Sales Channel(CAD Million), 2007–2011Table 246: Canada – Other Intermediaries Revenues from International Tourism by Sales Channel(CAD Million), 2011–2016Table 247: Expedia Canada Corp., Key Facts
  • 18. Table 248: Expedia Canada Corp., Key EmployeesTable 249: Flight Network, Key FactsTable 250: Flight NetworkContact: sales@reportsandreports.com for more information.

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