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12. A group of travellers whose trip to the Westin Hotel at Denarau in Fiji is paid for all or in part by their employer Vodafone for excellent annual sales is called an:

a. excursionist.

b. incentive tourist.

c. delegate.

d. exhibitor. 


13. A tourist travelling from Auckland to Kuala Lumpur who has a temporary overnight stay in Ambassador Transit Hotel, Terminal 3 at Singapore airport is defined as a:

a. stopover.

b. stayover.

c. snowbird.

d. transistor. 


14. All of the following are innovations associated with Thomas Cook, except:

a. all-inclusive tour packages.

b. uniform tourism products of high quality.

c. credit cards.

d. organised itineraries based on rigid time schedules.

 


15. The American seaside resort Atlantic City traces its origins as a working class seaside resort to:

a. the development of air links between Philadelphia and Atlantic City.

b. sea transport links between Philadelphia and Atlantic City.

c. the growing demand for rural holidays.

d. the construction of the rail link with Philadelphia in the 1850s. 


16. Events that dramatically influenced the growth of international tourism between 1880 and 1950 were:

a. the global depression of the 1850s, World War I, The great depression of the 1950s and World War II.

b. the golden depression of the 1890s, American Civil War, The great depression of the 1930s and World War I.

c. the global depression of the 1850s, World War I, The great depression of the 1930s and the Vietnam War.

d. the global depression of the 1890s, World War I, The great depression of the 1930s and World War II. 


17. Push factors that have stimulated tourism demand since the 1950s are:

a. affluence and discretionary income.

b. paid holidays and flexitime.

c. reduced family size leading to increased discretionary time and household income.

d. all of the above.

 


18. The acronym BRICS stands for:

a. Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.

b. Bahrain, Romania, India, China and Sweden.

c. Brazil, Russia, India, Canada and Saudi Arabia.

d. Belgium, Russia, India, Chile and Singapore. 



19. The amount of time that remains after all household necessities such as food, housing, clothing, education and transportation bills have been purchased is referred to as:

a. flexible income.

b. leisure income.

c. discretionary income.

d. stockpiler income. 


20. Population growth, urbanisation, smaller family size and rising life expectancies are _____________ factors, which have increased the propensity for people to travel and engage in tourism activities.

a. economic

b. demographic

c. social

d. environmental 

 







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