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Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017:Latest Industry Size Research Report

  1. 1. Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017 Synopsis The report provides detailed 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 category within the Canadian travel and 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, 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 Despite a deceleration in 2009 due to the financial crisis, Canada’s tourism sector flourished during the review period, with tourist volumes increasing in the years following the crisis. The growth can be attributed to the country’s strong economic position and the promotional efforts of the Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC). During the review period (2008−2012), Canada’s domestic tourist volumes expanded at a CAGR of 1.04%. Scope This report provides an extensive analysis related to tourism demands and flows in Canada: It details historical values for the Canadian 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 Canada It provides employment and salary trends for various categories of the travel and tourism sector It provides a 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 Canadian travel and tourism sector Understand the demand-side dynamics within the Canadian 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 Canada Key highlights Based on Timetric’s current forecast, Canada’s real GDP is expected to grow by 1.6% in 2013 before strengthening to around 2.4% in 2014, fuelled by investment and export growth on the back of a recovery in global demand, especially with its main trading partner − the US. Timetric expects the economy to post an average growth of 2.4% over 2016−2017, led by robust domestic demand and improved demand for exports. Canada was ranked eighth in the World Economic Forum’s (WEF’s) Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index 2013, moving up one position from its 2011 ranking. The country is ranked fifth for natural and qualified human resources. However, rising currency rates Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017
  2. 2. have made tourism-related services expensive, resulting in a rank of 124th in terms of price competitiveness. Domestic tourism has always accounted for a significantly higher share of total tourist volumes and earnings. Factors that have contributed to domestic tourism growth are the country’s infrastructure improvements, improved consumer confidence and higher discounts offered by travel suppliers. Domestic tourism is highly seasonal, with most trips taking place during the summer months of July, August and September. Short-length domestic trips in Canada are usually made on weekends with leisure being the main purpose, while most long trips are undertaken for business purposes. The Canadian government launched the Federal Tourism Strategy in 2011 to increase the tourism sector’s competitiveness in the global market and position it for long-term growth. The strategy focuses on four key areas: to promote Canada as a world-class tourism destination; to ensure the safety of tourists and facilitate the ease of access to the country; to increase the quality of services offered; and to encourage product innovation and investment. Canada set a tourism revenue target of US$100 billion for 2015 and its federal tourism strategy will guide policies and actions set by the federal government to help meet this target. Canadian airports lack price competitiveness compared to American airports, due to excessive taxation and high operating costs. Pricing in the Canadian airline market is changing in view of the federal government’s new laws to regulate advertised prices. Many major airline companies such as WestJet, Air Canada, Air Transat and Porter Airlines have consequently implemented all-inclusive pricing for their fares. The regulation is aimed at improving transparency in pricing. Toronto is a key tourist location and an important business hub in Canada. The city has over 200 hotels with all major brands having a market presence. The Waterloo region in Ontario has been developed into a technology park and Niagara Falls and the Pacific Rim National Park also have a high density of hotels. Canada’s car rental market is undergoing a phase of consolidation. Canadian citizens are permitted to bring a US-based rental vehicle across the border for non-commercial purposes for a period of 30 days. However, the surcharge for dropping the car off at a different location from where it was picked up is high in Canada. Spa packages registered strong growth during the review period as an increasing number of Canadians preferred to spend on spa retreats. To meet the growing demand, travel intermediaries increased spa product offerings in Canada and abroad. table Of Contents 1 Executive Summary 2 Market Overview 2.1 The Domestic Economy 2.2 Travel And Tourism Trends And Issues 2.3 Key Travel And Tourism Indicators 2.4 Tourism Swot 2.4.1 Strengths 2.4.2 Weaknesses 2.4.3 Opportunities 2.4.4 Threats 2.5 Country Fact Sheet Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017
  3. 3. 2.6 Demographic Profile 3 Tourism Flows 3.1 Domestic Tourism 3.1.1 Performance Outlook 3.1.2 Key Issues And Trends 3.2 Inbound Tourism 3.2.1 Performance Outlook 3.2.2 Key Issues And Trends 3.3 Outbound Tourism 3.3.1 Performance Outlook 3.3.2 Key Issues And Trends 3.4 Tourism Flows Forecast Highlights 4 Airlines 4.1 Performance Outlook 4.2 Key Issues And Trends 4.3 Airlines Forecast Highlights 5 Hotels 5.1 Performance Outlook 5.2 Key Issues And Trends 5.3 Hotels Forecast Highlights 6 Car Rental 6.1 Performance Outlook 6.2 Key Issues And Trends 6.3 Car Rental Forecast Highlights 7 Travel Intermediaries 7.1 Performance Outlook 7.2 Key Issues And Trends 7.3 Travel Intermediaries Forecast Highlights 8 Tourism Board Profile 8.1 Tourism Board Name 8.2 Tourist Board Description Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017
  4. 4. 8.3 Target Market 9 Airport Profiles 9.1 Canada Airports 9.1.1 Overview 9.1.1 Operator Profile 9.1.2 Routes 10 Company Profiles – Airlines 10.1 Company Profile: Air Canada Inc. 10.1.1 Air Canada Inc. – Company Overview 10.1.2 Air Canada Inc. – Business Description 10.1.3 Air Canada Inc. – Main Services And Brands 10.1.4 Air Canada Inc. – History 10.1.5 Air Canada Inc. – Swot Analysis 10.1.6 Air Canada Inc. – Strengths 10.1.7 Air Canada Inc. – Weaknesses 10.1.8 Air Canada Inc. – Opportunities 10.1.9 Air Canada Inc. – Threats 10.1.10 Air Canada Inc. – Key Competitors 10.1.11 Air Canada Inc. – Key Employees 10.2 Company Profile: Westjet Airlines Ltd 10.2.1 Westjet Airlines Ltd – Company Overview 10.2.2 Westjet Airlines Ltd – Business Description 10.2.3 Westjet Airlines Ltd – Main Services And Brands 10.2.4 Westjet Airlines Ltd – History 10.2.5 Westjet Airlines Ltd – Swot Analysis 10.2.6 Westjet Airlines Ltd – Strengths 10.2.7 Westjet Airlines Ltd – Weaknesses 10.2.8 Westjet Airlines Ltd – Opportunities 10.2.9 Westjet Airlines Ltd – Threats 10.2.10 Westjet Airlines Ltd – Key Competitors 10.2.11 Westjet Airlines Ltd – Key Employees 10.3 Company Profile: Chorus Aviation Inc. 10.3.1 Chorus Aviation Inc. – Company Overview 10.3.2 Chorus Aviation Inc. – Business Description 10.3.3 Chorus Aviation Inc. – Main Services And Brands 10.3.4 Chorus Aviation Inc. – History 10.3.5 Chorus Aviation Inc. – Swot Analysis 10.3.6 Chorus Aviation Inc. – Strengths 10.3.7 Chorus Aviation Inc. – Weaknesses Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017
  5. 5. 10.3.8 Chorus Aviation Inc. – Opportunities 10.3.9 Chorus Aviation Inc. – Threats 10.3.10 Chorus Aviation Inc. – Key Competitors 10.3.11 Chorus Aviation Inc. – Key Employees 10.4 Company Profile: Air Transat A.t. Inc. 10.4.1 Air Transat A.t. Inc. – Company Overview 10.4.2 Air Transat A.t. Inc. – Main Services 10.4.3 Air Transat A.t. Inc. – Key Competitors 10.4.4 Air Transat A.t. Inc. – Key Employees 10.5 Company Profile: Porter Airlines Inc. 10.5.1 Porter Airlines Inc. – Company Overview 10.5.2 Porter Airlines Inc. – Main Services 10.5.3 Porter Airlines Inc. – Key Competitors 10.5.4 Porter Airlines Inc. – Key Employees 11 Company Profiles – Hotels 11.1 Company Profile: Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc. 11.1.1 Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc. – Company Overview 11.1.2 Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc. – Main Services And Brands 11.1.3 Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc. – Key Competitors 11.1.4 Fairmont Raffles Hotels International Inc. – Key Employees 11.2 Company Profile: Westmont Hospitality Group, Inc. 11.2.1 Westmont Hospitality Group, Inc. – Company Overview 11.2.2 Westmont Hospitality Group, Inc. – Main Services And Brands 11.2.3 Westmont Hospitality Group, Inc. – Key Competitors 11.2.4 Westmont Hospitality Group, Inc. – Key Employees 11.3 Company Profile: Intercontinental Hotels Group Canada 11.3.1 Intercontinental Hotels Group Canada – Company Overview 11.3.2 Intercontinental Hotels Group Canada – Main Services 11.3.3 Intercontinental Hotels Group Canada – Key Competitors 11.3.4 Intercontinental Hotels Group Canada – Key Employees 11.4 Company Profile: Best Western International Canada 11.4.1 Best Western International Canada – Company Overview 11.4.2 Best Western International Canada – Main Services And Brands 11.4.3 Best Western International Canada – Key Competitors 11.4.4 Best Western International Canada – Key Employees 11.5 Company Profile: Delta Hotels And Resorts 11.5.1 Delta Hotels And Resorts – Company Overview 11.5.2 Delta Hotels And Resorts – Main Services 11.5.3 Delta Hotels And Resorts – Key Competitors 11.5.4 Delta Hotels And Resorts – Key Employees Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017
  6. 6. 12 Company Profiles – Car Rental 12.1 Company Profile: Discount Car & Truck Rentals Ltd 12.1.1 Discount Car & Truck Rentals Ltd – Company Overview 12.1.2 Discount Car & Truck Rentals Ltd – Main Services 12.1.3 Discount Car & Truck Rentals Ltd – Key Competitors 12.1.4 Discount Car & Truck Rentals Ltd – Key Employees 12.2 Company Profile: All-time Car Rental Corporation 12.2.1 All-time Car Rental Corporation – Company Overview 12.2.2 All-time Car Rental Corporation – Main Services 12.2.3 All-time Car Rental Corporation – Key Competitors 12.2.4 All-time Car Rental Corporation – Key Employees 12.3 Company Profile: Budget Rent-a-car Bc Ltd 12.3.1 Budget Rent-a-car Bc Ltd – Company Overview 12.3.2 Budget Rent-a-car Bc Ltd – Main Services 12.3.3 Budget Rent-a-car Bc Ltd – Key Competitors 12.3.4 Budget Rent-a-car Bc Ltd – Key Employees 12.4 Company Profile: Riz Rent A Car And Truck Ltd 12.4.1 Riz Rent A Car And Truck Ltd – Company Overview 12.4.2 Riz Rent A Car And Truck Ltd – Main Services 12.4.3 Riz Rent A Car And Truck Ltd – Key Competitors 12.4.4 Riz Rent A Car And Truck Ltd – Key Employees 12.5 Company Profile: Canadream Corporation 12.5.1 Canadream Corporation – Company Overview 12.5.2 Canadream Corporation – Main Services 12.5.3 Canadream Corporation – Key Competitors 12.5.4 Canadream Corporation – Key Employees 13 Company Profiles – Travel Intermediaries 13.1 Company Profile: Expedia Canada Corp. 13.1.1 Expedia Canada Corp. – Company Overview 13.1.2 Expedia Canada Corp. – Main Services 13.1.3 Expedia Canada Corp. – Key Competitors 13.1.4 Expedia Canada Corp. – Key Employees 13.2 Company Profile: Flight Network 13.2.1 Flight Network – Company Overview 13.2.2 Flight Network – Main Services 13.2.3 Flight Network – Key Competitors 13.2.4 Flight Network – Key Employees 13.3 Company Profile: Red Tag Vacations 13.3.1 Red Tag Vacations – Company Overview 13.3.2 Red Tag Vacations – Main Services 13.3.3 Red Tag Vacations – Key Competitors Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017
  7. 7. 13.3.4 Red Tag Vacations – Key Employees 13.4 Company Profile: Voyage A Rabais 13.4.1 Voyage A Rabais – Company Overview 13.4.2 Voyage A Rabais – Main Services 13.4.3 Voyage A Rabais – Key Competitors 13.4.4 Voyage A Rabais – Key Employees 13.5 Company Profile: Sunwing Travel Group Inc 13.5.1 Sunwing Travel Group Inc – Company Overview 13.5.2 Sunwing Travel Group Inc – Main Services 13.5.3 Sunwing Travel Group Inc – Key Competitors 13.5.4 Sunwing Travel Group Inc – Key Employees 14 Market Data Analysis 14.1 Tourism Output 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 Tourism Employment 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 Domestic Tourism 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 Inbound Tourism 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 Outbound Tourism Flows 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 Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017
  8. 8. 14.6 Airlines 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 Hotels 14.7.1 Establishments By Hotel Category 14.7.2 Available Rooms By Hotel Category 14.7.3 Room Occupancy Rate By Hotel Category 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 Car Rentals 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 Travel Intermediaries 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 Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017
  9. 9. 15.1 What Is This Report About? 15.2 Definitions 15.3 Methodology 15.4 Contact Timetric 15.5 About Timetric 15.6 Timetric’s Services 15.7 Disclaimer 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 USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948 Email: sales@researchmoz.us Website: http://www.researchmoz.us/ Travel and Tourism in Canada to 2017

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