Delhi, India (PressExposure) March 30, 2009 -- According to our new research report, âTurkey Tourism Industry Forecast to 2012â, promotional activities, government support and strategic location will increase the flow of tourists in Turkey. Despite the gloomy outlook for the world economy, tourist arrivals in Turkey rose sharply by around 12.5% to 26.2 Million in 2008 from 23.3 Million in the previous year.
Heavy inflow of tourists in 2008 amidst economic slowdown is accredited to a series of successful promotional campaigns and the government support. Tourism Ministry has endorsed the industry in all major market throughout the year. To further boost the industry, Tourism Ministry and the private sector have allocated the budget of US$ 320 Million to promote the sector in new markets via advertising.
Besides, Turkeyâs strategic location amidst Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East makes the country one of the most preferred tourist destinations across the world. It enables international visitors to enjoy more of the region during their trips to Turkey. Good air connectivity facilitates tourists to reach Turkey from all major cities around the world. Thus, easy accessibility and better connectivity with other countries are playing critical role in tourist arrivals to Turkey.
âTurkey Tourism Industry Forecast to 2012â, gives exhaustive information of the present status and future prospects of tourism industry in Turkey. It thoroughly studies the industry with focus on various parameters like inbound & outbound tourism, expenditure by inbound & outbound tourists, type of tourism, accommodation facilities and aviation industry. The report also facilitates clients with quantitative statistics and qualitative analysis to evaluate the opportunities critical for their success in the Turkish tourism industry.
The research report also includes forecast on vital aspects of the industry such as tourist arrivals in the Middle East, tourist arrivals in Turkey, tourism receipts, outbound tourism, outbound tourism expenditure, consumer expenditure in hotels & restaurants, number of hotels by 2010, population breakup and personal disposable income of the Turkish citizens.
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