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41. New York Visitor Arrivals in 2010
New York Visitor Arrivals in 2010. New York city drew a record-breaking 48.7 million visitors in 2010. The higher-than-projected 6.8% increase over 2009 keeps the city on pace to meet its goal of attracting 50 million annual visitors by 2012 a goal set by the Bloomberg Administration in 2007. The hospitality industry added 6,600 jobs over the past year, employing more New Yorkers
42. Singapore Airlines to Cut 4,300 Jobs
The Singapore Airlines Group (SIA) has announced that it plans to layoff around 4,300 employees across its airlines. After taking into account a recruitment freeze, natural attrition, and the take up of voluntary departure schemes, the potential number of staff impacted will be reduced to about 2,400 in Singapore and in overseas stations.
43. Significant Job Reductions at Qantas
Significant Job Reductions at Qantas. The Qantas Group is to cut 1,500 jobs worldwide in response to the sustained high oil prices and changing economic conditions. In addition to the job cuts, Qantas will not implement its budgeted growth in flying in the 2008/09 financial year and is cancelling plans to hire a further 1,200 people for that growth.
44. Over 97 Million People Visit Florida in 2014
According to preliminary estimates released by Visit Florida, the states official tourism marketing corporation, 97.3 million people visited Florida in 2014, an increase of 3.9% over 2013. This is the fourth consecutive record year for visitation to Florida, exceeding the previous high of 93.7 million in 2013. The number of direct travel-related jobs in 2014 also reached a record
45. Southeast Asia Worlds Fastest Growing Travel and Tourism Region in 2016
According to a new report by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), travel and tourism generated 1 in 10 of the worlds jobs in 2016 as the sector grew by 3.3%, outpacing the global economy for the sixth year in a row. WTTCs Economic Impact Report 2017, which is conducted in conjunction with Oxford Economics, researches the economic impact of travel and tourisms impact on glo
46. Florida Reports Record 105 Million Visitors in 2015
Florida welcomed 105 million visitors in 2015, the fifth consecutive record year for visitation to Florida, exceeding the previous high of 98.5 million in 2014 by 6.6%. The average number of direct travel-related jobs in 2015 was also a record high, with 1,199,200 Floridians employed in the tourism industry up 53,400 or 4.7 percent over the same period last year.
47. Imperative to Rebuild Tourism Sector in a Safe, Equitable and Climate Friendly Manner
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has warned that as many as 100 million direct tourism jobs are at risk, and the massive drop in export revenues from tourism could reduce global GDP by as much as 2.8%.
48. Why Everybody Has a Stake in European Airspace Modernization
IATA has published a study projecting a one million-job and EUR245 billion boost to European prosperity in 2035 from airspace modernization. Europe is well-served by air connectivity, which today supports 11.7 million European jobs and $860 billion of European GDP. But it is inefficient. Average flights are nearly 50 kilometers longer than they need to be in terms of distance trave

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