Journal Articles

Tomorrow’s Tourism; More Domestic Less International – Nigel Adams, MTS, looks to the future of tourism in the latest Journal

The last fifty years has seen the consistent growth of international tourism aided by cheaper air travel, package tours and recently the ability for the consumer to put their own online holiday packages together. The next thirty years may see the decline in international tourism and...

Hotels Sector Update in April’s Journal- Martin Evans FTS

Like so many sectors, the last year has seen the UK hotels sector grapple with Covid safety protocols and the rapid pace of technological change just at a time when overall demand has fluctuated from month to month like never before, and key market segments that...

Is the term staycation analytically useful? Michael Hitchcock gives his view in the April Journal

The term ‘staycation’ came into popular use in the early 2000s, but it may be considered to be slightly problematic as it seems to have acquired a variety of meanings. Is it a kind of holiday in which one stays at home taking leisure trips to...

The end of silo mentality? Stuart Render gives his opinion in latest Journal

One of the recurring messages coming out of industry webinars during the last few months has been the importance of building relationships. Stuart Render, of coach and group tourism specialist Stuart Render Tourism, asks whether more needs to be done as part of ‘building back better’....