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Central America Will See Tripled Tourism Numbers by 2030

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With the recession in Europe and the slow growth of the U.S. economy, the tourism industry in Latin America predicts an increase of tourists from emerging  nations and growing domestic travel. It is estimated that by 2030 the number of visitors arriving in the region will triple.

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Latin America is Preparing for an Increase in Tourists

With the recession in Europe and the slow growth of the U.S. economy, the tourism industry in Latin America predicts an increase of tourists from emerging and growth of internal travel, industry sources pointed under the XXXIV Congress Chilean Association of Tourism Industry (Achet).

Guild estimates, it is expected that by 2030 the number of tourists to triple and Latin America received about 60 million passengers per year. “The tourist flow will be multiplied by three or four and this implies that the domestic market will be organized for visitors, which also encourages the growth of domestic tourism because supply improvement,” the vice president for Latin America Amadeus online booking, Brazilian Valmordiba Decius.

In this context, tourism industry predicts growth of Latin American travelers from emerging countries such as Australia, India and China, as well as an increase in domestic tourism.

Therefore, the profile of the tourist sector will vary and improve services and invest in an innovative product, adapted to the demands of customers from very different cultural realities, he said.

These projections are added the positive figures of air traffic in the region, which in the first half of 2012 increased by 7% year on year to 59.6 million passengers, according to the Latin American Civil Aviation Commission (CLAC).

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