- 'Worst over' for inbound trade. Davies, Phil // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;5/12/2003, Issue 2563, p29
Reports that inbound travel operators in Great Britain suffered a decline in demand in March 2003 as a result of the Iraq conflict. Drop in overall arrivals; Sector most affected; Signs of movement from key inbound markets.
- Advertising will be key when Iraq conflict ends. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;4/7/2003, Issue 2558, p30
Reports on the need of Great Britain to quickly promote holidays once the war in Iraq have ceased.
- War presents new opportunities in UK. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;4/7/2003, Issue 2558, p31
Focuses on the impact of the war in Iraq on the domestic tourism in Great Britain.
- 'Recovery will take time.' Clarke, Michael // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;3/24/2003, Issue 1660, p4
Forecasts the status of the travel industry in Great Britain after the 2003 Iraq war. Slow recovery of bookings; Differences between the 1991 Gulf war and the 2003 Iraq war; Cancellation of several bookings.
- Homeworkers prepared for war. // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;3/24/2003, Issue 1660, p4
Reports on Travel Counsellors' conference to prepare travel homeworkers on how to manage business in England during the 2003 Iraq war. Impact of the war on the industry; Staff motivation; Number of homeworkers expected to attend the meeting.
- Damage limitation. Reynolds, Ian // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;3/24/2003, Issue 1660, p15
Discusses the impact of the 2003 Iraq war on the travel industry in Great Britain. Customers' decision to delay their holiday booking; Launch of point-of-sale campaign to improve bookings; Role of the Association of British Travel Agents in improving the status of the industry.
- Winds of war are curbing executive travel, tourism. Schachter, Ken // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);4/4/2003, Vol. 50 Issue 15, p4A
Focuses on the impact of the war in Iraq on executive travel and tourism in Long Island, New York. Effect of security concerns on the business plans of executives; Threat faced by American restaurants from anti-American demonstrations; International exposure of Sbarro.
- Tourism Recovery In The Balance. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor;May2003, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p3
Presents an economic forecast on the change in number of foreign tourists coming to Barbados in 2003. Reason for the increase in the number of U.S. tourists that visited the country in 2002; Effect of the U.S.-led war in Iraq on the tourism industry; Findings of a survey on the intentions of...
- Tourism Here Weathers the Effects of War. Lewis, Connie // San Diego Business Journal;4/28/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 17, p1
Reports on the effects of the war in Iraq on San Diego, California's tourism. Occupancy rate of hotels and lodges; Average daily room rate; Rescheduling of an advertising campaign for different tourist destinations during the initial weeks of the war.