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  1. 1. India Outbound Tourism Market: Outbound TouristsVisits, Tourists Spending and Forecast to 2016Renub Researchwww.renub.comPublished: September, 2012Copyright © 2012 Renub Research – All Rights Reserved
  2. 2. © Renub Research Page 2 of 19Indian Outbound Tourism – Market AnalysisIn any economic slowdown tourism is the first sector to get affected. But Indian OutboundTourism proved to be an exception. Even when there is an economic slowdown in India itsnumber of outbound tourist is rising year on year. In percentage terms, India is the fastestgrowing outbound market in the world; in terms of numbers it’s second fastest after China.India Outbound tourists’ number is forecasted to be little less than 50,000 Thousand by 2020.On the other hand India Outbound tourist spending has crossed INR 15 Billion by 2011.India Outbound Tourists Visits Analysis: Thailand is the leader as it accounts for nearly 7% ofIndian outbound tourists in 2011. Singapore is following Thailand as over 6% tourists visitedSingapore from India in 2011. Malaysia, United States and China were at the third, fourth andfifth place in terms of Indian tourists visits in 2011. Other Countries like Hong Kong,Switzerland, United Kingdom, Australia and Canada are contributing significantly and arelooking forward to gain a handsome share of India’s Outbound Tourist share. Sri Lanka, Nepaland Japan are amongst the top emerging market for India outbound tourism.Indian Outbound Tourism Spending Analysis: United States is way ahead from its rivals bycontrolling more than 30% of Indian outbound tourists spending. United States has spendingshare of nearly 5 times more than its closest rival Australia. Singapore, Malaysia and UnitedKingdom are holding the third, fourth and fifth spot respectively in terms of Indian outboundtourists spending.Taking note of the booming Indian Outbound Tourism, many countries — including Ireland,Spain, South Korea, Abu Dhabi, Indonesia, Macau and Poland — have recently opened touristoffices in India. In order to service the growing demand in outbound business, travel agents inIndia are gearing up by hiring fresh talent and upgrading existing skills and knowledge toincorporate outbound tourism as part of their total product and service offering. They areeither setting up small departments within the existing structure or expanding aggressively topromote new verticals or companies focused only on outbound tourism. The major hurdle forthe Indian outbound tourism is the lack of industry body for outbound tourism in India.
  3. 3. © Renub Research Page 3 of 19Renub Research report entitled “India Outbound Tourism Market: Outbound Tourists Visits,Tourists Spending and Forecast to 2016” provides a comprehensive assessment of the fast-evolving, high-growth India outbound travel industry. This report provides a complete analysisof top 10 countries and top 3 emerging countries worldwide for Indian tourists. All the countryin the report has been studied from form four view points1) Indian outbound tourists to top 10 countries and top 3 emerging countries2) Indian outbound tourists market (spending) in top 10 countries3) Indian outbound tourists purpose of visit (Business, Holiday/Leisure, VFR & Others) intop 10 countries4) Indian outbound tourists average length of stayWe recommend this report as must-read for Travel and Tour stake holders, Hotel Industry,Tourism Ministry, Consulting firms, Private Equity firms, Venture Capital firms etc.Key Topics Covered in the Report Worldwide Indian Outbound Tourists Visits & Forecast (2007 – 2020) Worldwide Indian Outbound Tourists Spending & Forecast (2007 – 2020) Worldwide Indian Outbound Tourists Visits Share & Forecast (2007 – 2020) Worldwide Indian Outbound Tourists Spending Share & Forecast (2007 – 2020) Indian Tourists Visits to Top 10 Countries (2008 - 2011) Forecast of Indian Tourists Visits to Top 10 Countries (2012 - 2016) Indian Tourists Spending in Top 10 Countries (2008 - 2016) Forecast of Indian Tourist Spending in Top 10 Countries (2012 – 2016) Indian Tourists Visits to Top 3 Emerging Countries (Sri Lanka, Nepal, Japan) (2008 –2011) Forecast of Indian Tourists Visits to Top 3 Emerging Countries (Sri Lanka, Nepal, Japan)(2008 – 2011) Indian Tourists Purpose of Visit in Top 10 Countries (2008 – 2011) Forecast of Indian Tourists Purpose of Visit in Top 10 Countries (2012 – 2016) Indian Tourists Average Length of Stay in Top 10 Countries (2008 – 2011)
  4. 4. © Renub Research Page 4 of 19 Tourists Departures from India (City Wise): Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Cochin,Trivandrum, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Calicut, Kolkata, Ahmadabad (2002 – 2011) Strategies used by top 10 countries to attract tourists in their country Researched the Drivers for Outbound Tourism in India Studied the Challenges for Outbound Tourism Industry in IndiaCountries AnalysedTop 10 Countries: Singapore, Thailand, United States, Malaysia, Hong Kong, United Kingdom,Australia, China, Switzerland and CanadaTop 3 Emerging Countries: Sri Lanka, Nepal and JapanData SourcesThis report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary andsecondary research and in-house analysis by Renub Research team of industry experts.Primary sources include industry surveys and telephone interviews with industry experts.Secondary sources information and data has been collected from various printable and non-printable sources like search engines, News websites, Government Websites, Trade Journals,White papers, Government Agencies, Magazines, Newspapers, Trade associations, Books,Industry Portals, Industry Associations and access to more than 500 paid databases.
  5. 5. © Renub Research Page 5 of 19About UsRReennuubb RReesseeaarrcchh is a leading Market Research and Information Analysis Company withcenters at Noida India and Roswell USA. We have long-term experience especially ininternational Business-to-Business Researches, Surveys, Business and Consulting. Throughoutthe years we have acquired expertise in most market sectors, including Information Technology(IT), Telecoms, Life Sciences, Medical & Pharmaceuticals, Financial Services (Banking,Insurance, Reinsurance, M&A, etc.), Energy, Chemicals, Automotive, Retail, FMCG, ConsumerGoods, Logistics, Governmental, Social, and Others.Our core team is comprised of an experienced people holding graduate, post graduate andPh.D. degrees in Finance, Marketing, Human Resource, Bio-Technology, Medicine, InformationTechnology, Environmental Science and many more. Our research help make the businessdecisions: on strategy, organization, operations, technology, mergers & acquisitions etc. Wesupport many blue chip companies by providing them findings and perspectives across a widerange of markets. Our research reports offer a blend of information insight, analysis andforecasting that is essential in today’s ultra-competitive markets.For more information on us or to view any of our sample work you can mailus at info@renub.com
  6. 6. © Renub Research Page 6 of 19PublishedByRReennuubb RReesseeaarrcchhA–116B, Sector–27Noida – 201301Phone: +91-120-421-9822, 254-5750 (India)+1-678-302-0700 (USA)Fax : +91-120-424-9780Email: info@renub.comwww.renub.com© India Outbound Tourism Market: Outbound Tourists Visits, Tourists Spending and Forecast to2016Renub Research, 2012Edition 1.0All rights reserved. This publication is protectedby copyright. No part of it may be reproduced, storedin a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or byany means, electronic mechanical, photocopying,recording or otherwise without the prior writtenpermission of the publishers
  7. 7. © Renub Research Page 7 of 19Table of Contents1. Executive Summary2. Country Wise – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit from 2001 to 2009 (103 Countries Data Analyzed)3. Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit & Spending (2005 – 2020)3.1 Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit & Forecast3.2 Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourist Spending & Forecast4. Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit & Spending Share (2005 – 2016)4.1 Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourists Visit Share & Forecast4.2 Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourists Spending Share & Forecast5. Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourist Purpose of Visits Share (2008 – 2016)5.1 Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourists Business Purpose Visit Share & Forecast5.2 Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourists Holiday/Leisure Purpose Visit Share & Forecast5.3 Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourists Visiting Friends & Relatives (VFR) Purpose Visit Share &Forecast5.4 Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourists Other Purpose Visit Share & Forecast6. India – Indian Outbound Tourist Visits & Spending to (Top 10 Countries) (2005 – 2016)6.1 Singapore – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit & Spending Forecast6.1.1 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Singapore & Forecast6.1.2 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Singapore Purpose of Visits6.1.3 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Singapore Average Length of Stay6.1.4 Indian Outbound Tourists Spending in Singapore & Forecast6.2 United States – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit & Spending Forecast6.2.1 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to United States & Forecast6.2.2 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to United States Purpose of Visits6.2.3 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to United States Average Length of Stay6.2.4 Indian Outbound Tourists Spending in United States & Forecast6.3 Malaysia – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit & Spending Forecast6.3.1 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Malaysia & Forecast6.3.2 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Malaysia Average Length of Stay6.3.3 Indian Outbound Tourists Spending in Malaysia & Forecast
  8. 8. © Renub Research Page 8 of 196.4 Thailand – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit & Spending Forecast6.4.1 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Thailand & Forecast6.4.2 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Thailand Average Length of Stay6.4.3 Indian Outbound Tourists Spending in Thailand & Forecast6.5 Hong Kong – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit & Spending Forecast6.5.1 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Hong Kong & Forecast6.5.2 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Hong Kong Purpose of Visits6.5.3 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Hong Kong Average Length of Stay6.5.4 Indian Outbound Tourists Spending in Hong Kong & Forecast6.6 Australia – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit & Spending Forecast6.6.1 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Australia & Forecast6.6.2 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Australia Purpose of Visits6.6.3 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Australia Average Length of Stay6.6.4 Indian Outbound Tourists Spending in Australia & Forecast6.7 United Kingdom – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit & Spending Forecast6.7.1 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to United Kingdom & Forecast6.7.2 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to United Kingdom Purpose of Visits6.7.3 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to United Kingdom Average Length of Stay6.7.4 Indian Outbound Tourists Spending in United Kingdom & Forecast6.8 China – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to China Forecast6.8.1 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to China & Forecast6.8.2 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to China Purpose of Visits6.9 Switzerland – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit & Spending Forecast6.9.1 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Switzerland & Forecast6.9.2 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Switzerland Average Length of Stay6.9.3 Indian Outbound Tourists Spending in Switzerland & Forecast6.10 Canada – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit & Spending Forecast6.10.1 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Canada & Forecast6.10.2 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Canada Purpose of Visits6.10.3 Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Canada Average Length of Stay6.10.4 Indian Outbound Tourists Spending in Canada & Forecast7. India – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Top 3 Emerging Countries (2001 – 2020)7.1 Sri Lanka – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Sri Lanka & Forecast7.2 Nepal – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Nepal & Forecast (2001 – 2016)
  9. 9. © Renub Research Page 9 of 197.3 Japan – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Japan & Forecast8. India Outbound Tourism – Drivers8.1 Indian Low Cost Carriers (LCCs)8.2 Countries Opening Tourist Offices in India and Providing Customized Packages8.3 GDP Growth & Rising Middle Class with Higher Disposable Income8.4 Indian Tourist Departure City Wise (Top 10 Cities Analysed)9. India Outbound Tourism – Challenges9.1 Challenges Indian Travel Agencies Facing9.2 No Industry Body for Outbound Tourism9.3 Rupee Depreciation Hits Outbound Tourism Sector
  10. 10. © Renub Research Page 10 of 19List of Figures:Figure 3-1: Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourist Visits (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 3-2: Worldwide – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Visits (Thousand), 2012 – 2020Figure 3-3: Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourists Spending (Million US$), 2007 – 2011Figure 3-4: Worldwide – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourists Spending (Million US$), 2012 – 2020Figure 5-1: Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourist Business Purpose Visits (Percent), 2008 – 2011Figure 5-2: Worldwide – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Business Purpose Visits (Percent), 2012 –2016Figure 5-3: Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourist Holiday/Leisure Purpose Visits (Percent), 2008 – 2011Figure 5-4: Worldwide – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Holiday/Leisure Purpose Visits (Percent),2012 – 2016Figure 5-5: Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourist VFR Purpose Visits (Percent), 2008 – 2011Figure 5-6: Worldwide – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist VFR Purpose Visits (Percent), 2012 – 2016Figure 5-7: Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourist Other Purpose Visits (Percent), 2008 – 2011Figure 5-8: Worldwide – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Other Purpose Visits (Percent), 2012 – 2016Figure 6-1: Singapore – Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Singapore (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 6-2: Singapore – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Singapore (Thousand), 2012 – 2016Figure 6-3: Singapore – Indian Outbound Tourist Average Length of Stay in Singapore (Average Nights),2008 – 2011Figure 6-4: Singapore – Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Singapore (Million US$), 2008 – 2011Figure 6-5: Singapore – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Singapore (Million US$), 2012 –2016Figure 6-6: United States – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to United States (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 6-7: United States – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to United States (Thousand), 2012 –2016Figure 6-8: United States – Indian Outbound Tourist Average Length of Stay in United States (AverageNights), 2008 – 2011Figure 6-9: United States – Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in United States (Million US$), 2001 – 2011Figure 6-10: United States – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in United States (Million US$),2012 – 2016Figure 6-11: Malaysia – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Malaysia (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 6-12: Malaysia – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Malaysia (Thousand), 2012 – 2016Figure 6-13: Malaysia – Indian Outbound Tourist Average Length of Stay in Malaysia (Average Nights),2008 – 2011Figure 6-14: Malayisa – Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Malaysia (Million US$), 2008 – 2011
  11. 11. © Renub Research Page 11 of 19Figure 6-15: Malaysia – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Malaysia (Million US$), 2012 –2016Figure 6-16: Thailand – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Thailand (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 6-17: Thailand – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Thailand (Thousand), 2012 – 2016Figure 6-18: Thailand – Indian Outbound Tourist Average Length of Stay in Malaysia (Average Days), 2007– 2011Figure 6-19: Thailand – Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Thailand (Million US$), 2009 – 2011Figure 6-20: Thailand – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Thailand (Million US$), 2012 –2016Figure 6-21: Hong Kong – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Hong Kong (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 6-22: Hong Kong – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Hong Kong (Thousand), 2012 –2016Figure 6-23: Hong Kong – Indian Outbound Tourist Average Length of Stay in Hong Kong (AverageNights), 2008 – 2011Figure 6-24: Hong Kong – Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Hong Kong (Million US$), 2008 – 2011Figure 6-25: Hong Kong – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Hong Kong (Million US$),2012 – 2016Figure 6-26: Australia – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Australia (Thousand), 1999 – 2011Figure 6-27: Australia – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Australia (Thousand), 2012– 2020Figure 6-28: Australia – Indian Outbound Tourist Average Length of Stay in Australia (Average Nights),1999 – 2011Figure 6-29: Australia – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Average Length of Stay in Australia (AverageNights), 2012 – 2020Figure 6-30: Australia – Indian Outbound Tourist Length of Stay in Australia (Million Nights), 1999 – 2011Figure 6-31: Australia – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Length of Stay in Australia (Million Nights),2012 – 2020Figure 6-32: Australia – Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Australia (Million US$), 1999 – 2011Figure 6-33: Australia – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Australia (Million US$), 2012 –2020Figure 6-34: United Kingdom – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to United Kingdom (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 6-35: United Kingdom – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to United Kingdom (Thousand),2012 – 2016Figure 6-36: United Kingdom – Indian Outbound Tourist Average Length of Stay in United Kingdom(Average Nights), 2008 – 2011Figure 6-37: United Kingdom – Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in United Kingdom (Million US$), 2001 –2011
  12. 12. © Renub Research Page 12 of 19Figure 6-38: United Kingdom – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in United Kingdom (MillionUS$), 2012 – 2016Figure 6-39: China – Indian Outbound Tourism Visit to China (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 6-40: China – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourism Visit to China (Thousand), 2012 – 2016Figure 6-41: Switzerland – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Switzerland (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 6-42: Switzerland – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourists Visit to Switzerland (Thousand), 2012 –2016Figure 6-43: Switzerland – Indian Outbound Tourists Length of Stay in Switzerland (Average RoomNights), 2006 – 2011Figure 6-44: Switzerland – Indian Outbound Tourists Length of Stay in Switzerland (Lakh Room Nights),2006 – 2011Figure 6-45: Switzerland – Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Switzerland (Million US$), 2008 – 2011Figure 6-46: Switzerland – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Switzerland (Million US$),2012 – 2016Figure 6-47: Canada – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Canada (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 6-48: Canada – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Canada (Thousand), 2012 – 2016Figure 6-49: Canada – Indian Outbound Tourist Average Length of Stay in Canada (Nights), 2008 – 2011Figure 6-50: Canada – Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Canada (Million US$), 2005 – 2011Figure 6-51: Canada – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Spending in Canada (Million US$), 2012 –2016Figure 7-1: Sri Lanka – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Sri Lanka (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 7-2: Sri Lanka – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Sri Lanka (Thousand), 2012 – 2020Figure 7-3: Nepal – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Nepal (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 7-4: Nepal – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Nepal (Thousand), 2012 – 2016Figure 7-5: Japan – Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Japan (Thousand), 2001 – 2011Figure 7-6: Japan – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Japan (Thousand), 2012 – 2016Figure 8-1: India – Low Cost Carriers Sales (Million US$), 2010 – 2011Figure 8-2: India – Forecast for Low Cost Carriers Sales (Million US$), 2012 – 2015Figure 8-3: India – Annual Disposable Income of Indians (Billion US$), 2010 – 2011Figure 8-4: India – Forecast for Annual Disposable Income of Indians (Billion US$), 2012 – 2015
  13. 13. © Renub Research Page 13 of 19List of Tables:Table 2-1: North America – Indian Outbound Tourists Visits to North America (Number), 2001 – 2009Table 2-2: Central & South America – Indian Outbound Tourists Visits to Central & South America(Number), 2001 – 2009Table 2-3: Western Europe – Indian Outbound Tourists Visits to Western Europe (Number), 2001 – 2009Table 2-4: Eastern Europe – Indian Outbound Tourists Visits to Eastern Europe (Number), 2001 – 2009Table 2-5: Africa – Indian Outbound Tourists Visits to Africa (Number), 2001 – 2009Table 2-6: West Asia – Indian Outbound Tourists Visits to West Asia (Number), 2001 – 2009Table 2-7: South Asia – Indian Outbound Tourists Visits to South Asia (Number), 2001 – 2009Table 2-8: South East Asia – Indian Outbound Tourists Visits to South East Asia (Number), 2001 – 2009Table 2-9: East Asia – Indian Outbound Tourists Visits to East Asia (Number), 2001 – 2009Table 2-10: Australasia – Indian Outbound Tourists Visits to Australasia (Number), 2001 – 2009Table 4-1: Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourists Visits to Top Destination (Percent), 2001 – 2011Table 4-2: Worldwide – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourists Visits to Top Destination (Percent), 2012 –2016Table 4-3: Worldwide – Indian Outbound Tourist Spending Share (Percent), 2008 – 2011Table 4-4: Worldwide – Forecast for Indian Outbound Tourist Spending Share (Percent), 2012 – 2016Table 6-1: Singapore – Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian Outbound Tourists Visit toSingapore (Thousand), 2007 – 2011Table 6-2: Singapore – Forecast for Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian Outbound TouristVisit to Singapore (Thousand), 2012 – 2016Table 6-3: United States – Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian Outbound Tourist Visit toUnited States (Thousand), 2008 – 2011Table 6-4: United States – Forecast for Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian OutboundTourist Visit to United States (Thousand), 2012 – 2016Table 6-5: Hong Kong – Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to HongKong (Thousand), 2008 – 2011Table 6-6: Hong Kong – Forecast for Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian Outbound TouristVisit to Hong Kong (Thousand), 2012 – 2016Table 6-7: Australia – Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian Outbound Tourist Visit toAustralia (Thousand), 1999 – 2011Table 6-8: Australia – Forecast for Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian Outbound TouristVisit to Australia (Thousand), 2012 – 2020Table 6-9: United Kingdom – Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian Outbound Tourist Visit toUnited Kingdom (Thousand), 2008 – 2011
  14. 14. © Renub Research Page 14 of 19Table 6-10: United Kingdom – Forecast for Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian OutboundTourist Visit to United Kingdom (Thousand), 2012 – 2016Table 6-11: China – Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to China(Thousand), 2008 – 2011Table 6-12: China – Forecast for Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian Outbound Tourist Visitto China (Thousand), 2012 – 2016Table 6-13: Canada – Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian Outbound Tourist Visit to Canada(Thousand), 2008 – 2011Table 6-14: Canada – Forecast for Purpose (Business, VFR, Holiday, Other) of Indian Outbound TouristVisit to Canada (Thousand), 2012 – 2020Table 8-1: India – India Outbound Tourism Key Source Market Airport wise, (Number), 2002 – 2007Table 8-2: India – India Outbound Tourism Key Source Market Airport wise, (Number), 2008 – 2011
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