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Pre-trip expenditures in Canada drops in 1Q 2018

Compared to fourth quarter 2017 the indicator declined by 16.08 percent, according to numbers presented by Canada National Statistical Office. Pre-trip expenditures diminished by 183 million Canadian Dollars, as it follows the tendency of the previous quarter when it went down by 1.39 percent. The previous year, this fluctuation reached -13.44 percent and the variable hit 960 million Canadian Dollars in Q1 2017. To sum up, the indicator was -0.52% lower in Q1 2017 than in the same quarter in 2018. Canada saw a rise of 582.14% in pre-trip expenditures during the last 32 years. Moreover, the pre-trip expenditures is now above average of 596.02 million Canadian Dollars with a negligible overall raise since the start of time series. It attained its all-time high of 1 157 million Canadian Dollars in 2Q 2017 and record low of 140 million Canadian Dollars in Q1 of 1986.

Pre-trip expenditures in Canada drops in 1Q 2018
Date Million Canadian Dollars Variation
Q1 2018 955.00 -16.08
Q4 2017 1 138.00 -1.39
Q3 2017 1 154.00 -0.26
Q2 2017 1 157.00 20.52
Q1 2017 960.00 -13.44
Q4 2016 1 109.00 4.23
Q3 2016 1 064.00 1.82
Q2 2016 1 045.00 17.55
Q1 2016 889.00 -12.24
Q4 2015 1 013.00 -0.88

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Main Travel Services Indicators

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    Sale revenues of businesses (or parts of businesses) that sell travel products and services to customers. The products may include airline tickets, car rentals, hotels, railway tickets and package holidays thay may combine several products. Based on: Travel And Tourism Intelligence Center.

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  • Travel Agency Employment

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  • Travel Services Expenditure

    Amount paid by a visitor or on behalf of a visitor during his/her trip for tourism characteristic services, i.e. services which would cease to exist in meaningful quantity, or for which sales would be significantly reduced, in the absence of tourism. Usually expressed in millions of national currency. Based on: Australian Bureau of Statistics.

  • Travel Insurance Gross Written Premium

    Total premium on insurance underwritten by a travel insurer or reinsurer during a specified period, before deduction of reinsurance premium. It is the sum of the direct and assumed premium written and represents an indicator of the importance of the travel insurance industry in a given country. Usually measured in millions or billions of national currency. Travel insurance covers financial loss due to trip cancellation or interruption, lost or damaged baggage, trip or baggage delays, missed connections and/or changes in itinerary, and casualty losses due to rental vehicle damage. Based on: US National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

  • Travel Sales

    Sales generated by the supply of transportation services. It covers all modes of transport (including charter, low cost carrier and schedule): bus/coach, chauffeur-driven car, cruise, ferry and rail, taxi. Consumer's expenditure on transportation services is an indicator of consumer demand in the transportation sector. Based on: Bureau of Labor Statistics.