Tourism is the world's second largest industry employing on an average one out of twenty adult men and women world-wide and the ratio is one out of ten when it comes to the developed countries like USA. The growing ranks of international leisure travellers are being influenced by business travellers who, are flooding into India as a result of economic liberalisation. It is thus imperative that our professional tourism corps be trained to meet these exacting requirements. Both in public and private sectors, the increasing understanding of these needs is leading to the development of institutes, training centres and academic programmes in tourism management. There is thus a great need for comprehensive professional literature. This two-volume series volume tells readers all that they want to know about tourism -- its history, networks and intricate operations. Volume Two discusses in detail how different tourism sectors operate and market themselves -- travel agencies, tour operators, hotels, restaurants, airlines -- as well as the impact of changing technology on their activities.These are some of the questions to which decision-makers in the Government would like to find answers. ... They may be asked how long they wish to stay, where they plan to stay a in hotels or with friends and relatives and the purpose of visit, etc. ... life of 22 Successful Tourism Management: Fundamentals of Tourism Statistical Measurement of Tourism Qualitative and Quantitative Approach to Tourismanbsp;...
|Author||:||Pran Nath Seth|
|Publisher||:||Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd - 2006-01-01|