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South Asia Outbound - March 2014

South Asia – which Mintel defines as the geographic region encompassing the countries of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka – is expected to show an unprecedented increase in the volume of outbound tourism traffic over the next 20 years. India, the largest economy and market segment in the group, will leap ahead, growing from around 17 million travellers to around 50 million by 2020. The region was also the fastest growing in the world for international arrivals between 2005 and 2012, with Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan receiving more visitors than residents making trips abroad.

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Table of contents

  1. Introduction

    • Data Sources

      • Market Drivers

        • Population
            • Figure 1: Mid-year population of South Asia, by country, 2010-50
          • Economy
              • Figure 2: GDP, by selected countries in South Asia, 2008-13
            • Exchange rates
              • Figure 3: Exchange rate of South Asian currencies against the US Dollar, 2008-13
            • Tourism balance
              • Figure 4: South Asia’s tourism balance, 2007-11*
          • Outbound Tourism

            • Arrivals
                • Figure 5: Outbound travellers from South Asia, by selected countries, 2006-13
              • Destinations
                • Asia
                  • Figure 6: International visitor arrivals from South Asia to Asia, by country, 2009-13
                • South East Asia
                  • Figure 7: International visitor arrivals from South Asia to South East Asia, by country, 2009-13
                • North East Asia
                    • Figure 8: International visitor arrivals from South Asia to North East Asia, by country, 2009-13
                  • South Asia
                    • Figure 9: International visitor arrivals from South Asia to South Asia, by country, 2009-13
                  • Europe
                    • Germany
                      • Switzerland
                        • The UK
                          • Figure 10: International visitor arrivals from South Asia to the UK, by country, 2009-13
                        • Other Europe
                          • Americas
                            • The US
                              • Figure 11: International visitor arrivals from India to the Americas, by country, 2009-13
                            • Canada
                              • Middle East
                                • Pacific
                                  • Australia
                                      • Figure 12: International visitor arrivals from India and Sri Lanka to the Pacific, by country, 2009-13
                                    • New Zealand
                                    • Market Characteristics

                                        • Pre-booking behaviour and booking methods
                                          • Demographics
                                            • Purpose of visit
                                              • Expenditure
                                                • Length of stay
                                                  • Seasonality
                                                  • Transport

                                                      • Air
                                                        • Figure 13: Top 10 airlines in South Asia, by seat capacity, week starting March 2013
                                                        • Figure 14: Top 10 airports in South Asia, by seat capacity, week starting March 2013
                                                      • Road/Rail
                                                        • Sea
                                                        • Accommodation

                                                          • Tour Operators and Travel Agencies

                                                            • What Next?

                                                              Companies Covered

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                                                              South Asia Outbound - March 2014

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