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Canadean's report - Travel and Tourism in France to 2020 - provides detailed information on the country's tourism sector, analyzing market data and providing insights. This report provides a better understanding of tourism flows, expenditure, and the airline, hotel, car rental, and travel intermediaries industries. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Travel and Tourism in France to 2020

Travel and Tourism in France to 2020

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  • Summary
  • France's tourism sector registered growth in
    2015, driven by the cheaper Euro and relaxed visa
    policies, which attracted key markets to the
    country. Outbound tourism in France increased to
    28.7 million in 2015. The country's economy is
    expected to grow as the 2016 Euro event is
    projected to attract almost 2.5 million football
    fans from all over the world.
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Key Findings
  • Inbound tourism in France registered growth
    during 2010-2015, with trips increasing from 77.6
    million in 2010 to 91.3 million in 2015. The
    growth was largely driven by the cheaper Euro and
    France's efforts to attract tourists by easing
    visa policies (by reducing visa issuance process
    to 48 hours for China and India). Moreover, the
    country hosted Euro 2016 and attracted an
    estimated 2.5 million tourists, fueling the
    growth of inbound tourism in 2016. After
    declining in 2013 and 2014 due to the struggling
    economy, domestic trips posted growth in 2015 and
    reached 203 million. Outbound trips totaled 28.7
    million in 2015 with most to neighboring
    countries. Over the forecast period, outbound
    trips are projected to reach 33 million by 2020.
    With the launch of new airline routes over the
    forecast period, inbound trips are projected to
    reach 110.8 million by 2020. Domestic trips are
    expected to reach 239 million by 2020.
  • The November 2015 terror attack in Paris has
    caused hoteliers in the capital to lose revenue
    up to 270 million (US299.9 million). Moreover,
    following the attack and low demand, Japan
    airlines decided to cancel its flights between
    Narita and Paris from January 12 to the end of
    February this was extended until March 15. The
    Eiffel Tower also recorded a decrease in the
    number of tourists from 7.1 million in 2014 to
    6.9 million in 2015
  • According to UFC Que Choisir, a French consumer
    group, the average hotel room prices in cities
    such as Marseille, Lille, and Toulouse, which
    hosted Euro 2016 matches, were reported to have
    increased by 80. Moreover, home rental services
    hiked their prices by 54 during the tournament
    (June 10 to July 10). As there are many options
    for short-term rentals in Paris, an increase of
    only 12 was recorded in the capital city with
    almost 88 of occupancy rate

What else does this report offer?
- Historic and forecast tourist volumes covering
the entire French Travel and Tourism sector -
Detailed analysis of tourist spending patterns
for various categories, such as accommodation,
sightseeing entertainment, foodservice,
transportation, retail, travel intermediaries,
and others - Analysis of trips by purpose and
mode of transport, and expenditure across various
categories including domestic, inbound, and
outbound tourism, with analysis using similar
metrics - Analysis of the airline, hotel, car
rental, and travel intermediaries industries by
customer type - leisure and business travelers.
Reasons To Buy
  • Make strategic business decisions using historic
    and forecast market data related to France's
    Travel and Tourism sector
  • Understand the demand-side dynamics within the
    industry to identify key market trends and growth
  • Direct promotional efforts on the most promising
    markets by identifying the key source and
    destination countries

Table Of Contents
  • Introduction
  • Travel and Tourism Sector in Context
  • Domestic Tourism
  • Inbound Tourism
  • Outbound Tourism
  • Airlines
  • Hotels
  • Car Rental
  • Travel Intermediaries
  • Airport Profiles
  • Market Data
  • Appendix

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