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Low-cost air carriers and tourism

26-11-2019

The liberalisation of air transport, which resulted in the creation of new routes and new business models for airlines, in particular the development of low-cost carriers, has led to lower fares and wider access to air transport. In many countries, air transport is a catalyst for the development of tourism. As low-cost carriers in the EU have experienced substantial growth, serving mostly short-haul destinations, they are increasingly looking into investing in the long-haul market. This is an updated ...

The liberalisation of air transport, which resulted in the creation of new routes and new business models for airlines, in particular the development of low-cost carriers, has led to lower fares and wider access to air transport. In many countries, air transport is a catalyst for the development of tourism. As low-cost carriers in the EU have experienced substantial growth, serving mostly short-haul destinations, they are increasingly looking into investing in the long-haul market. This is an updated edition of an 'at a glance' note from June 2017, PE 607.263.

The external dimension of EU tourism policy

03-07-2018

The European Union is the most visited tourist destination in the world, and EU tourists are one of the largest groups travelling to third countries. In order to maintain and increase these tourist flows in a sustainable way, the EU cooperates with a number of international bodies and third countries.

The European Union is the most visited tourist destination in the world, and EU tourists are one of the largest groups travelling to third countries. In order to maintain and increase these tourist flows in a sustainable way, the EU cooperates with a number of international bodies and third countries.

The EU and tourism

13-12-2013

Tourism is an important sector in the EU economy, providing an estimated 12-14 million jobs and accounting for over 5% of EU GDP. Collectively, EU Member States attract more tourists every year than any other part of the world. This InfoGraphic looks at the EU and tourism, providing in a graphical way various key data for the industry, including numbers of tourists, top EU destinations and breakdowns for the modes of transport and types of accommodation which are used.

Tourism is an important sector in the EU economy, providing an estimated 12-14 million jobs and accounting for over 5% of EU GDP. Collectively, EU Member States attract more tourists every year than any other part of the world. This InfoGraphic looks at the EU and tourism, providing in a graphical way various key data for the industry, including numbers of tourists, top EU destinations and breakdowns for the modes of transport and types of accommodation which are used.

El impacto del turismo en las regiones costeras: Aspectos de desarrollo regional

15-04-2008

El presente estudio examina el papel desempeñado por los Fondos Estructurales en el apoyo a las intervenciones en favor del turismo en las regiones costeras. Los Fondos Estructurales en general, y el Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional en particular, constituyen en efecto una fuente importante de financiación a nivel europeo para las PYME del sector turístico y para las actividades relacionadas con él. Aunque el turismo no tiene una prioridad alta, y en términos cuantitativos la proporción de Fondos ...

El presente estudio examina el papel desempeñado por los Fondos Estructurales en el apoyo a las intervenciones en favor del turismo en las regiones costeras. Los Fondos Estructurales en general, y el Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional en particular, constituyen en efecto una fuente importante de financiación a nivel europeo para las PYME del sector turístico y para las actividades relacionadas con él. Aunque el turismo no tiene una prioridad alta, y en términos cuantitativos la proporción de Fondos Estructurales invertidos en este sector representa tan sólo una pequeña parte del total, el impacto en términos cualitativos sobre el desarrollo regional no es insignificante, especialmente en las regiones costeras con un alto grado de dependencia del sector turístico. Las conclusiones del estudio muestran, sobre todo en los nuevos Estados miembros, un impacto significativo en determinados aspectos del desarrollo institucional, como los ligados a la difusión de prácticas participativas al diseñar las intervenciones en el sector. Otro impacto importante es el que se expresa en la mayor sensibilización respecto a la necesidad de integración de las políticas para las regiones costeras. Se manifiesta, sobre todo, en la sostenibilidad ambiental de los proyectos turísticos. Es un hecho reconocido por todos los responsables de la formulación de políticas que la sostenibilidad de un sector en rápido crecimiento como el turismo (en particular, el turismo de masas) en las regiones costeras constituye el principal desafío del futuro.

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CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies in Zusammenarbeit mit Touring Servizi

European Union Action in the Tourism Sector - Improving Support Measures for Sustainable Tourism

15-02-2002

The report is based on the analysis of a number of documents from the EU and the industry relevant to the nature of the tourism sector, policy-making issues, and the more general area of sustainable development. The introduction to the report outlines the process of sustainable tourism. It briefly discusses the effects of the 11th September, and provides a brief overview of the European tourism industry and its place in the global economy. The first part of the report presents options on EU policy ...

The report is based on the analysis of a number of documents from the EU and the industry relevant to the nature of the tourism sector, policy-making issues, and the more general area of sustainable development. The introduction to the report outlines the process of sustainable tourism. It briefly discusses the effects of the 11th September, and provides a brief overview of the European tourism industry and its place in the global economy. The first part of the report presents options on EU policy improvements that would facilitate the move towards this process. A total of 26 recommendations are suggested, alongside a systemic methodology to guide their implementation. The second Part of the report examines the arguments and evidence behind the policy improvement recommendations. It separates current EC funding programmes and EC sustainable development strategies, demonstrating current types of support measures for sustainable tourism. Evidence from four Member States (Germany, the UK, Portugal and Italy) is presented in this section to augment the perspective from which to view the policy recommendations of Part A. A series of Annexes support the document, including the reports from the four countries and information on EU funding programmes.

Autor externo

Herbert Hamele (Ecotrans e.V. of Saarbrücken, Germany)

El papel de la CE en el ámbito del turismo y el desarrollo regional - Resumen -

01-10-1993

Autor externo

Fitzpatrick Associates, Dublin (IRL)

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