Thank you for submitting your question. Our database has many reports about the tourism industry with data to answer your question. Below are four main reports that discuss tourism with regard to airports and airlines.
Report 1: Remodeling the Real Estate Market, Jones Lang LaSalle, Feb 2015
This report discusses an airport project in Istanbul, Turkey to help meet the demand of tourism to Turkey, which is ranked in the top 10 fastest-growing destination cities. This report discusses the development deal, cost and expected project timeline through 2017, airline capacity, etc.
This report also profiles ‘airport cities like Schiphol Airport in the Netherlands, Frankfurt AM Main Airport, Dubai International Airport among others. It shows the number of passengers through the airport as well as rental fees.
Report 2: Session 2: Waves of the future WAGA 2015, Airports Council International, Sept. 2015
This report discusses world tourism as a whole. More specifically, there is a graph that shows the international tourism by air versus over the surface from 1980 through 2015 and projected through 2030.
Report 3: Developing Air Linkages to Sustain Tourism among the OIC Member States, Aug 2014
This report discusses the percentage of tourists who travel by air versus by land and by water for established tourism groups versus future tourism groups.
“As shown below, the Future tourism nations attract far fewer tourists via air than their Established and Emergent counterparts which leaves them bereft of the previously discussed benefits. As a country develops and markets air services it increases its ability to attract higher yielding foreign passengers who will spend more while they are visiting a country” (pg 70).
— Developing Air Linkages to Sustain Tourism among the OIC Member States, Aug 2014
This report also discusses the global trends affecting linkages between air and transport and tourism. There are charts depicting the global airline profits.
Finally, this report discusses main barriers and incentives to developing aviation and tourism, airline and airport ownership by country, comparison of airport infrastructure and airline service by country.
This report is probably the most comprehensive to answer the question.
—Developing Air Linkages to Sustain Tourism among the OIC Member States, Aug 2014
Report 4: Taleb Rifai Secretary-General, World Tourism Organization (WTO), Dec 2013
This report has a section that discusses the role of airports in tourism development. More specifically, it discusses how airports are diversifying and changing their business model in include higher non-aeronautical profit sources with the concept of ‘airport cities,’ which can become tourist destinations in themselves.
“Airports are diversifying and changing business models. According to Airports Council International (ACI), 43% of total airport revenues worldwide were generated in 2012 by non-aeronautical sources” (pg 11).
— World Tourism Organization (WTO), Dec 2013
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