Australians advance at travel trade fair

Needham, Peter
April 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;4/27/2007, Issue 45, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the factors affecting the economic growth of Australia. According to the U.S. Travel Industry Association (USTIA), Australian inbounds show an annual growth of 4%, which is expected to increase in 2007 due to the increasing foreign visitors. The nation is considered the sixth largest market for overseas visitors to the U.S., which had a total of 603,275 of visitors in 2006. Such growth is also observed through the expected launch of the trans-Pacific air services.


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