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Travel and tourism in italy to 2017

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The report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights, including: …

The report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights, including:

Historic and forecast tourist volumes covering the entire Italian travel and tourism sector
Detailed analysis of tourist spending patterns in Italy
The total, direct and indirect tourism output generated by each category within the Italian travel and tourism sector
Employment and salary trends for various categories in the Italian travel and tourism sector such as accommodation, sightseeing and entertainment, foodservice, transportation, retail, travel intermediaries and others
Detailed market classification across each category with analysis using similar metrics
Detailed analysis of the airline, hotel, car rental and travel intermediaries industries

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In 2012, Italy was ranked fifth by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in terms of inbound tourist arrivals and international tourist receipts. While the country recorded a decline in domestic tourism in 2011, inbound tourism continued to increase. In fact, inbound tourism growth remained strong through the 2009 financial crisis and has remained so through the European debt crisis. The travel and tourism sector accounted for 10.3% of the nation’s total GDP and 11.7% of its employment in 2012.

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  • 1. Travel and Tourism in Italy to 2017 Synopsis The report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights, including: Historic and forecast tourist volumes covering the entire Italian travel and tourism sector Detailed analysis of tourist spending patterns in Italy The total, direct and indirect tourism output generated by each category within the Italian travel and tourism sector Employment and salary trends for various categories in the Italian travel and tourism sector such as accommodation, sightseeing and entertainment, foodservice, transportation, retail, travel intermediaries and others Detailed market classification across each category with analysis using similar metrics Detailed analysis of the airline, hotel, car rental and travel intermediaries industries Executive summary In 2012, Italy was ranked fifth by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in terms of inbound tourist arrivals and international tourist receipts. While the country recorded a decline in domestic tourism in 2011, inbound tourism continued to increase. In fact, inbound tourism growth remained strong through the 2009 financial crisis and has remained so through the European debt crisis. The travel and tourism sector accounted for 10.3% of the nation’s total GDP and 11.7% of its employment in 2012. Scope This report provides an extensive analysis related to tourism demands and flows in Italy: It details historical values for the Italian tourism sector for 2008–2012, along with forecast figures for 2013–2017 It provides comprehensive analysis of travel and tourism demand factors with values for both the 2008–2012 review period and the 2013–2017 forecast period The report provides a detailed analysis and forecast of domestic, inbound and outbound tourist flows in Italy It provides employment and salary trends for various categories of the travel and tourism sector It provides comprehensive analysis of the trends in the airline, hotel, car rental and travel intermediaries industries with values for both the 2008–2012 review period and the 2013–2017 forecast period Reasons to buy Take strategic business decisions using historic and forecast market data related to the Italian travel and tourism sector Understand the demand-side dynamics within the Italian travel and tourism sector, along with key market trends and growth opportunities Identify the spending patterns of domestic, inbound and outbound tourists by individual categories Analyze key employment and compensation data related to the travel and tourism sector in Italy Key highlights Based on Timetric’s estimates, Italy’s real GDP is expected to contract by 1.7% in 2013, led by sluggish domestic demand on the back of subdued consumer and business sentiments. The economy is likely to improve in 2014 and grow by 0.3%, bolstered by improving household consumption and enhanced exports. With gradual improvement in the global economic situation, Italy’s average GDP growth is projected to be around 1.2% during 2015–2017. The growth of the travel and tourism sector slowed in 2012 as the country entered another recessionary period. Besides the nation’s economic contraction, a decline in investment and consumer spending was also recorded. According to the National Statistic Institute (Istat), the economy contracted by 2.6%, investment decreased by 2.3% and domestic consumption declined at Travel and Tourism in Italy to 2017
  • 2. a rate of 0.7% over figures from 2011. The number of tourists from Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC countries) increased during the review period. This upsurge is expected to make up for the decrease in domestic and European tourists. The government and tourism promotion agencies have been making efforts to attract tourists from these source countries. For example, in September 2010, Italy, France and Spain entered into an agreement to collectively attract international tourists from the BRIC countries. Under the joint logo of “European Passion”, the three countries aim to promote the Mediterranean Arc in BRIC countries. The religious centre of Catholics, the landlocked Vatican City State within Rome, is considered one of the key reasons for the growth of religious tourism in Italy. The country has more than 30,000 churches and sanctuaries. Additionally, according to the UN’s World Tourism Organization (WTO), Italy is home to seven of the 10-most-visited Christian sanctuaries. July–September is the peak season for domestic trips in Italy. Additionally, with a share of 54.5% of the total domestic trips in 2012, north Italy accounted for the highest number of domestic tourist arrivals, followed by central Italy with a share of 22.6%. Southern Italy accounted for only 16.0% of the total domestic trips in 2012 owing to its lack of tourism infrastructure development. Italy attracts tourists all year round. International travelers visit Italy in the winter for skiing and visit Rome during Christmas. During Easter, tourists visit the country for religious reasons and others visit because prices are lowest during spring. In summer inbound tourists head to Mediterranean beaches, lakes and historical cities, but the season is crowded as it coincides with the peak season for domestic tourism. A high unemployment rate in the aftermath of the financial crisis is a key concern for Italian outbound travel. The unemployment rate, which was 6.1% in 2007, increased to 8.4% in 2009. As of July 2013, the rate was at 12.0%; higher than the pre-crisis level. Recessionary conditions in Europe during 2012 created problems for the aviation market. The situation was further worsened by a rise in fuel prices. Italy also recorded a decline in passenger traffic, particularly on the domestic front. The leading carrier, Alitalia, had to obtain a loan of EUR150 million from its shareholders in early 2013 to remain operational. The Italian hotel market is targeting wealthy clients. As of April 2013, there were a total of 44 hotels in the first class and luxury category under construction. The completion of these hotels will add more than 7,500 rooms to the Italian hotel market. Many of the old historic buildings and monuments are being restored and renovated by leading hoteliers to convert them into accommodation. For example, the Villa Tolomei in Florence was re-opened as a five-star resort in May 2013 by Landmark Hotels. These new hotels will be advertised at the EXPO2015 World Exposition to be held in Milan in October 2015. Italy is a European tourist destination and therefore offers potential for car rental services. Several new companies are entering the market to capitalize on the demand at major airports and key tourist attractions. In February 2013, US-based Enterprise Rent-A-Car appointed Locauto Rent as its Franchisee partner to expand its market presence in the Italian car rental market. The expansion of domestic, inbound and outbound tourism and an increase in demand for package tours over independent travel offers potential for the travel intermediaries industry. Travel agents and tour operators must focus on religious tourism, agritourism and cultural tourism, and develop travel itineraries and packages to compliment them. table Of Contents 1 Executive Summary Travel and Tourism in Italy to 2017
  • 3. 2 Market Overview 2.4.1 Strengths 2.4.2 Weaknesses 2.4.3 Opportunities 2.4.4 Threats 3 Tourism Flows 3.1.1 Performance Outlook 3.1.2 Key Issues And Trends 3.2.1 Performance Outlook 3.2.2 Key Issues And Trends 3.3.1 Performance Outlook 3.3.2 Key Issues And Trends 4 Airlines 5 Hotels 6 Car Rental 7 Travel Intermediaries 8 Tourism Board Profile 9 Airport Profiles 9.1.1 Overview 9.1.1 Operator Profile 9.1.2 Routes 10 Company Profiles – Airlines 10.1.1 Meridiana Fly Spa – Company Overview 10.1.2 Meridiana Fly Spa – Business Description 10.1.3 Meridiana Fly Spa – Main Services And Brands 10.1.4 Meridiana Fly Spa – History 10.1.5 Meridiana Fly Spa – Swot Analysis Travel and Tourism in Italy to 2017
  • 4. 10.1.6 Meridiana Fly Spa – Strengths 10.1.7 Meridiana Fly Spa – Weaknesses 10.1.8 Meridiana Fly Spa – Opportunities 10.1.9 Meridiana Fly Spa – Threats 10.1.10 Meridiana Fly Spa – Key Competitors 10.1.11 Meridiana Fly Spa – Key Employees 10.2.1 Alitalia - Compagnia Aerea Italiana Spa – Company Overview 10.2.2 Alitalia - Compagnia Aerea Italiana Spa – Main Services 10.2.3 Alitalia - Compagnia Aerea Italiana Spa – Key Competitors 10.2.4 Alitalia - Compagnia Aerea Italiana Spa – Key Employees 10.3.1 Blue Panorama Airlines Spa – Company Overview 10.3.2 Blue Panorama Airlines Spa – Main Services And Brands 10.3.3 Blue Panorama Airlines Spa – Key Competitors 10.3.4 Blue Panorama Airlines Spa – Key Employees 10.4.1 Air Italy Spa – Company Overview 10.4.2 Air Italy Spa – Main Services 10.4.3 Air Italy Spa – Key Competitors 10.4.4 Air Italy Spa – Key Employees 10.5.1 Air Dolomiti Spa Linee Aeree Regionali Europee. – Company Overview 10.5.2 Air Dolomiti Spa Linee Aeree Regionali Europee. – Main Services 10.5.3 Air Dolomiti Spa Linee Aeree Regionali Europee. – Key Competitors 10.5.4 Air Dolomiti Spa Linee Aeree Regionali Europee. – Key Employees 11 Company Profiles – Hotels 11.1.1 Jolly Hotels Spa – Company Overview 11.1.2 Jolly Hotels Spa – Main Services 11.1.3 Jolly Hotels Spa – Key Competitors 11.1.4 Jolly Hotels Spa – Key Employees 11.2.1 Baglioni Hotels Spa – Company Overview 11.2.2 Baglioni Hotels Spa – Main Services 11.2.3 Baglioni Hotels Spa – Key Competitors 11.2.4 Baglioni Hotels Spa – Key Employees 11.3.1 Una Hotels & Resorts – Company Overview 11.3.2 Una Hotels & Resorts – Main Services 11.3.3 Una Hotels & Resorts – Key Competitors 11.3.4 Orbis S.auna Hotels & Resorts – Key Employees 11.4.1 Boscolo Hotels Spa – Company Overview 11.4.2 Boscolo Hotels Spa – Main Services 11.4.3 Boscolo Hotels Spa – Key Competitors 11.4.4 Boscolo Hotels Spa – Key Employees 11.5.1 Accor Hospitality Italia Srl – Company Overview 11.5.2 Accor Hospitality Italia Srl – Main Services Travel and Tourism in Italy to 2017
  • 5. 11.5.3 Accor Hospitality Italia Srl – Key Competitors 11.5.4 Accor Hospitality Italia Srl – Key Employees 12 Company Profiles – Car Rental 12.1.1 Maggiore Rent Spa – Company Overview 12.1.2 Maggiore Rent Spa – Main Services 12.1.3 Maggiore Rent Spa – Key Competitors 12.1.4 Maggiore Rent Spa – Key Employees 12.2.1 Ald Automotive Italy – Company Overview 12.2.2 Ald Automotive Italy – Main Services 12.2.3 Ald Automotive Italy – Key Competitors 12.2.4 Ald Automotive Italy – Key Employees 12.3.1 Sixt Italy – Company Overview 12.3.2 Sixt Italy – Main Services 12.3.3 Sixt Italy – Key Competitors 12.3.4 Sixt Italy – Key Employees 12.4.1 Europcar Italia Spa – Company Overview 12.4.2 Europcar Italia Spa – Main Services 12.4.3 Europcar Italia Spa – Key Competitors 12.4.4 Europcar Italia Spa – Key Employees 12.5.1 Hertz Italiana Spa – Company Overview 12.5.2 Hertz Italiana Spa – Main Services 12.5.3 Hertz Italiana Spa – Key Competitors 12.5.4 Hertz Italiana Spa – Key Employees 13 Company Profiles – Travel Intermediaries 13.1.1 Welcome Travel Group Spa – Company Overview 13.1.2 Welcome Travel Group Spa – Main Services 13.1.3 Welcome Travel Group Spa – Key Competitors 13.1.4 Welcome Travel Group Spa – Key Employees 13.2.1 Bluvacanze Spa – Company Overview 13.2.2 Bluvacanze Spa – Main Services 13.2.3 Bluvacanze Spa – Key Competitors 13.2.4 Bluvacanze Spa – Key Employees 13.3.1 Uvet American Express Corporate Travel Spa – Company Overview 13.3.2 Uvet American Express Corporate Travel Spa – Main Services 13.3.3 Uvet American Express Corporate Travel Spa – Key Competitors 13.3.4 Uvet American Express Corporate Travel Spa – Key Employees 13.4.1 Edreams Italy – Company Overview 13.4.2 Edreams Italy – Main Services 13.4.3 Edreams Italy – Key Competitors Travel and Tourism in Italy to 2017
  • 6. 13.4.4 Edreams Italy – Key Employees 13.5.1 Zani Viaggi Srl – Company Overview 13.5.2 Zani Viaggi Srl – Main Services 13.5.3 Zani Viaggi Srl – Key Competitors 13.5.4 Zani Viaggi Srl – Key Employees 14 Market Data Analysis 14.1.1 Total Tourism Output 14.1.2 Direct Tourism Output 14.1.3 Indirect Tourism Output 14.1.4 Tourism Output Per Employee 14.1.5 Direct Tourism Output Per Employee 14.1.6 Indirect Tourism Output Per Employee 14.2.1 Total Tourism Employment 14.2.2 Direct Tourism Employment 14.2.3 Indirect Tourism Employment 14.2.4 Tourism Employee Compensation 14.2.5 Total Gross Income Generated By Total Tourism Employment 14.3.1 Domestic Trips By Purpose Of Visit 14.3.2 Number Of Overnight Stays 14.3.3 Total Domestic Tourist Expenditure 14.3.4 Average Expenditure Per Domestic Tourist By Category 14.4.1 International Arrivals By Region 14.4.2 International Arrivals By Purpose Of Visit 14.4.3 Total Inbound Tourism Expenditure By Category 14.4.4 Average International Tourist Expenditure By Category 14.5.1 International Departures By Region 14.5.2 International Departures By Purpose Of Visit 14.5.3 Number Of Overnight Stays 14.5.4 Total Outbound Tourism Expenditure By Category 14.5.5 Average Outbound Expenditure Per Resident By Category 14.6.1 Seats Available 14.6.2 Seats Sold By Carrier Type – Business Travel 14.6.3 Seats Sold By Carrier Type – Leisure Travel 14.6.4 Load Factor By Carrier Type 14.6.5 Passenger Kilometers Available By Carrier Type 14.6.6 Revenue-generating Passenger Kilometers By Carrier Type 14.6.7 Revenue Per Passenger By Carrier Type 14.6.8 Total Revenue By Carrier Type 14.7.1 Establishments By Hotel Category 14.7.2 Available Rooms By Hotel Category 14.7.3 Room Occupancy Rate By Hotel Category Travel and Tourism in Italy to 2017
  • 7. 14.7.4 Room Nights Available By Hotel Category 14.7.5 Room Nights Occupied By Hotel Category 14.7.6 Average Revenue Per Available Room By Hotel Category 14.7.7 Revenue Per Occupied Room By Hotel Category 14.7.8 Total Revenue Per Available Room By Hotel Category 14.7.9 Total Revenue By Hotel Category And Customer Type 14.7.10 Guests By Hotel Category And Customer Type 14.8.1 Market Value By Customer Type And Rental Location 14.8.2 Fleet Size 14.8.3 Rental Occasions And Days 14.8.4 Rental Length 14.8.5 Average Rental Length 14.8.6 Utilization Rate 14.8.7 Average Revenue Per Day 14.9.1 Market Value By Product Type 14.9.2 Online Revenues By Type Of Intermediary Or Provider 14.9.3 Online Revenues By Type Of Tourist 14.9.4 In-store Revenues By Type Of Intermediary 14.9.5 In-store Revenues By Type Of Tourist 14.9.6 Travel Agent Revenues From Domestic Tourism, By Sales Channel 14.9.7 Travel Agent Revenues From International Tourism By Sales Channel 14.9.8 Tour Operator Revenues From Domestic Tourism, By Sales Channel 14.9.9 Tour Operator Revenues From International Tourism, By Sales Channel 14.9.10 Other Intermediaries Revenues From Domestic Tourism, By Sales Channel 14.9.11 Other Intermediaries Revenues From International Tourism By Sales Channel 15 Appendix ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: M/s Sheela, 90 State Street, Suite 700, Albany NY - 12207 United States Tel: +1-518-618-1030 Travel and Tourism in Italy to 2017
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