The Tourism Barometer II forecasts generated for the first and second quarters of 1989 foresee an increase of 11.11% and 9.44%, respectively. The increase could be attributed to a few factors. First, some of the air carriers have reduced the air fares previously increased in the Fall of 1988, and offered special promotional fares for the first quarter of 1989.
Dick Pope Sr. Institute for Tourism Studies
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Dick Pope Sr. Institute for Tourism Studies, "Tourism Barometer II" (1988). Dick Pope Sr. Institute Publications. 43.