Andalucía businessmen are look at British tourism with ‘optimism’.
Hoteliers and travel agencies highlight the good feedback the U.K. operators gave in the World Travel Market in London.
They were betting on the security of the destination.
Despite the good sensations for 2013 the Andalucians do not dare to give any numbers, because they are susceptible possible changes or incidents.
The President of the Costa del Sol Hoteliers Association, (AEHCOS) José Carlos Escribano, said in London that the evolution of British tourism was seeing staying in Spain for more nights.
The provisions from the British Association of Travel Agents and Tour Operators (ABTA) have also shown confidence. ‘British tourism has been good in 2012, not as high as before the crisis, but we see 2013 with optimism
International tourism to Spain was up by 6% in the summer, with the British reaching a quota of 30%.
Monarch Travel Group, Jet2 Holidays, Thomas Cook, TIU and others.
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