Travel and Tourism in the UAE to 2017


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Synopsis

The report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights, including:

  • Historic and forecast tourist volumes covering the entire travel and tourism sector in the UAE
  • Detailed analysis of tourist spending patterns in the UAE
  • The total, direct and indirect tourism output generated by each sector within the UAE travel and tourism sector
  • Employment and salary trends for various categories in the UAE travel and tourism sector, such as accommodation, sightseeing and entertainment, foodservice, transportation, retail, travel intermediaries and others
  • Detailed market classification across each category, with analysis using similar metrics
  • Detailed analysis of the airline, hotel, car rental and travel intermediaries industries

Executive Summary

Tourism is a key pillar in the UAE’s strategy to reduce its dependency on oil revenue. The country’s tourism strategy works in partnership with its strategy to develop cities, primarily Dubai and Abu Dhabi, as major airline hubs. As the UAE lacks natural and cultural resources, it has built its tourism sector around luxury living, shopping, exhibitions, sports and high-profile construction projects such as the Jumeirah Palm, an artificial palm-shaped archipelago. 

The investments paid off, as tourism now forms 13.5% of GDP. However, in line with the global economic slowdown, the UAE suffered a major decline in tourism in 2009, and while the country has made up for the loss, recovery has been slow. To boost tourism over the forecast period, the country has announced a string of high-value projects such as Mohammed Bin Rashid City, which consists of 100 hotels, the world’s biggest shopping mall and a Universal Studios theme park, and the Jebel Ali complex, which will feature five theme parks and a replica of the Taj Mahal. However, the projects face the risk of running aground due to bottlenecks in financing, a factor which could damage the country’s tourism as it relies heavily on these large-scale projects as key attractions.

Scope

This report provides an extensive analysis related to tourism demands and flows in the UAE:

  • It details historical values for the tourism sector in the UAE for 2008–2012, along with forecast figures for 2013–2017
  • It provides comprehensive analysis of travel and tourism demand factors with values for both the 2008–2012 review period and the 2013–2017 forecast period
  • The report makes a detailed analysis and projection of domestic, inbound and outbound tourist flows in the UAE
  • It provides employment and salary trends for various categories of the travel and tourism sector
  • It provides comprehensive analysis of the airline, hotel, car rental and travel intermediaries industries with values for both the 2008–2012 review period and the 2013–2017 forecast period

Reasons to buy

  • Take strategic business decisions using historic and forecast market data related to the travel and tourism sector in the UAE
  • Understand the demand-side dynamics within the UAE travel and tourism sector, along with key market trends and growth opportunities
  • Identify the spending patterns of domestic, inbound and outbound tourists by individual categories
  • Analyze key employment and compensation data related to the travel and tourism sector in the UAE

Key highlights

  • In an attempt to wean the country off its dependence on oil-based revenue, the UAE has invested heavily in tourism and other related service sectors. As a result of these investments, which center on the strategy to build Dubai and Abu Dhabi as major airline hubs and luxury destinations, tourism’s total contribution to GDP stood at 13.5% in 2011, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).
  • While oil continues to be the UAE’s key revenue generator, the country has transformed itself into a major hub for airlines, shopping, finance, sports, adventure and hospitality. Each of the seven emirates are competing to follow a similar strategy and this has resulted in the development of several cities such as Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Fujairah offering excellent tourism infrastructure.
  • As a large part of the country’s population is made of expat workers, domestic tourism suffers as most workers prefer vacations in their home countries.
  • Climate dictates the flow of inbound tourism in the UAE, with the cooler months of October to March being the busiest months. Most key events which attract a large number of foreign visitors, such as the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi, Global Village, the Dubai World Cup and the Dubai Shopping Festival take place during the winter.
  • The most favored activity for inbound travelers in the UAE is shopping. Dubai is the largest luxury shopping destination in the Middle East with over 400 luxury brands and stores. Inbound tourist expenditure rose from AED26.3 billion (US$7.1 billion) in 2008 to AED34.0 billion (US$9.2 billion) in 2012, at a CAGR of 6.66% during the review period. The retail sector held the largest share of inbound expenditure at 28% in 2012, followed by accommodation with 25% and transportation with 22%.
  • Owing to the high cost of medical treatment in the country, UAE citizens travel overseas to places like Thailand and India for affordable healthcare.
  • Most locals travel abroad during the summer months, which extend from June to September, to escape the searing heat.
  • Cheap petrol, a small geographical area and a lack of rail networks have made cars a dominant mode of transport in the UAE, as a result of which the domestic airlines market remains weak. Cars are preferred as traveling between emirates by air requires a two-hour airport wait, which makes the journey time equivalent to driving by car.
  • After years of luxury tourism, the UAE is currently recording an increase in budget travel, which has necessitated car rental companies to add more cost-effective cars to their fleets. Car rental companies in the UAE have broad product ranges, comprising both luxury and budget cars.
  • In keeping with its image as a premium tourist destination, hotel room supply in the UAE is geared towards luxury accommodation. Serviced apartments form a major part of the room supply in the UAE owing to the rising number of expatriates and business travelers.
  • While travel agents are the most preferred means of booking tours, they are still not viewed as a credible source of advice in comparison to personal recommendations from friends.
Table of contents

1 Executive Summary

2 Introduction

3 Market Overview
3.3.1 Key trends
3.3.2 Barriers to tourism
3.3.3 Tourist attractions
3.4.1 Overview of the tourism sector in the UAE
3.4.2 Strengths
3.4.3 Weaknesses
3.4.4 Opportunities
3.4.5 Threats

4 Tourism Economics in the UAE
4.1.1 Value of tourism
4.1.2 Output by category
4.1.3 Tourism balance of payments
4.1.4 Growth drivers
4.2.1 Tourism output – analysis
4.2.2 Tourism output data
4.4.1 Tourism employment – analysis
4.4.2 Tourism employment data
4.5.1 Tourism compensation – analysis

5 Domestic Tourism
5.1.1 Key trends
5.1.2 Barriers to tourism
5.1.3 Tourist attractions
5.2.1 Number of trips and overnight stays
5.3.1 Total domestic tourist expenditure
5.3.2 Average expenditure per domestic tourist by category

6 Tourism Flows – Inbound Tourism
6.1.1 Key trends
6.1.2 Barriers to inbound tourism
6.1.3 Tourist attractions
6.3.1 Average international tourist expenditure by category

7 Tourism Flows – Outbound Tourism
7.1.1 Key trends
7.1.2 Barriers to tourism
7.1.3 Tourist attractions
7.2.1 Average overseas expenditure per resident by category

8 Tourism Board Profile

9 Airport Profiles
9.1.1 Overview
9.1.2 Operator profile
9.1.3 Routes

10 Airlines
10.1.1 Key trends
10.1.2 Market size and forecast
10.1.3 Growth drivers
10.2.1 Seats available
10.2.2 Seats sold by carrier type – business travel
10.2.3 Seats sold by carrier type – leisure travel
10.2.4 Load factor by carrier type
10.2.5 Passenger kilometers available by carrier type
10.2.6 Revenue-generating passenger kilometers by carrier type
10.2.7 Revenue per passenger by carrier type
10.2.8 Total revenue by carrier type
10.3.1 Leading players
10.3.2 Major routes
10.3.3 Competitive strategy
10.4.1 Emirates Airline – company overview
10.4.2 Emirates Airline – main services
10.4.3 Emirates Airline – key competitors
10.4.4 Emirates Airline – key employees
10.5.1 Etihad Airways PJSC – company overview
10.5.2 Etihad Airways PJSC – main services
10.5.3 Etihad Airways PJSC – key competitors
10.5.4 Etihad Airways PJSC – key employees
10.6.1 Air Arabia PJSC – company overview
10.6.2 Air Arabia PJSC – business description
10.6.3 Air Arabia PJSC – main services and brands
10.6.4 Air Arabia PJSC – history
10.6.5 Air Arabia PJSC – SWOT analysis
10.6.6 Air Arabia PJSC – strengths
10.6.7 Air Arabia PJSC – weaknesses
10.6.8 Air Arabia PJSC – opportunities
10.6.9 Air Arabia PJSC – threats
10.6.10 Air Arabia PJSC – key competitors
10.6.11 Air Arabia PJSC – key employees
10.7.1 flydubai – company overview
10.7.2 flydubai – main services
10.7.3 flydubai – key competitors
10.7.4 flydubai – key employees
10.8.1 RAK Airways – company overview
10.8.2 RAK Airways – main services
10.8.3 RAK Airways – key competitors
10.8.4 RAK Airways – key employees

11 Car Rental
11.1.1 Market size and forecast
11.1.2 Key locations
11.1.3 Growth drivers
11.2.1 Market value by customer type and rental location
11.2.2 Fleet size
11.2.3 Rental occasions
11.2.4 Rental days
11.2.5 Average rental length
11.2.6 Utilization rate
11.2.7 Average revenue per day
11.3.1 Leading companies
11.3.2 Brand presence in key locations
11.3.3 Competitive strategy
11.4.1 Diamondlease – company overview
11.4.2 Diamondlease – main services
11.4.3 Diamondlease – key competitors
11.4.4 Diamondlease – key employees
11.5.1 Fast Rent a Car – company overview
11.5.2 Fast Rent a Car – main services
11.5.3 Fast Rent a Car – key competitors
11.5.4 Fast Rent a Car – key employees
11.6.1 Thrifty Car Rental UAE – company overview
11.6.2 Thrifty Car Rental UAE – main services
11.6.3 Thrifty Car Rental UAE – key competitors
11.6.4 Thrifty Car Rental UAE – key employees
11.7.1 Avis UAE – company overview
11.7.2 Avis UAE – main services
11.7.3 Avis UAE – key competitors
11.7.4 Avis UAE – key employees
11.8.1 Hertz UAE – company overview
11.8.2 Hertz UAE – main services
11.8.3 Hertz UAE – key competitors
11.8.4 Hertz UAE – key employees

12 Hotels
12.1.1 Key trends
12.1.2 Market size and forecast
12.1.3 Key locations
12.1.4 Growth drivers
12.2.1 Establishments by hotel category
12.2.2 Available rooms by hotel category
12.2.3 Room occupancy rate by hotel category
12.2.4 Room nights available by hotel category
12.2.5 Room nights occupied by hotel category
12.2.6 Average revenue per available room by hotel category
12.2.7 Revenue per occupied room by hotel category
12.2.8 Total revenue per available room by hotel category
12.2.9 Total revenue by hotel category and customer type
12.2.10 Guests by hotel category and customer type
12.3.1 Leading companies
12.3.2 Brand presence in key locations
12.3.3 Competitive strategy
12.4.1 Jumeirah Group – company overview
12.4.2 Jumeirah Group – business description
12.4.3 Jumeirah Group – main services and brands
12.4.4 Jumeirah Group – history
12.4.5 Jumeirah Group – SWOT analysis
12.4.6 Jumeirah Group – strengths
12.4.7 Jumeirah Group – weaknesses
12.4.8 Jumeirah Group – opportunities
12.4.9 Jumeirah Group – threats
12.4.10 Jumeirah Group – key competitors
12.4.11 Jumeirah Group – key employees
12.5.1 Rotana Hotel Management Corporation Ltd – company overview
12.5.2 Rotana Hotel Management Corporation Ltd – main services and brands
12.5.3 Rotana Hotel Management Corporation Ltd – key competitors
12.5.4 Rotana Hotel Management Corporation Ltd – key employees
12.6.1 InterContinental Hotels United Arab Emirates – company overview
12.6.2 InterContinental Hotels United Arab Emirates – main services and brands
12.6.3 InterContinental Hotels United Arab Emirates – key competitors
12.6.4 InterContinental Hotels United Arab Emirates – key employees
12.7.1 Starwood Hotels & Resorts UAE – company overview
12.7.2 Starwood Hotels & Resorts UAE – main services and brands
12.7.3 Starwood Hotels & Resorts UAE – key competitors
12.7.4 Starwood Hotels & Resorts UAE – key employees
12.8.1 Hilton Hotels & Resorts UAE – company overview
12.8.2 Hilton Hotels & Resorts UAE – main services
12.8.3 Hilton Hotels & Resorts UAE – key competitors
12.8.4 Hilton Hotels & Resorts UAE – key employees

13 Travel intermediaries
13.1.1 Key trends
13.1.2 Market size and forecast
13.1.3 Online vs in-store
13.1.4 Growth drivers
13.2.1 Market value by product type
13.2.2 Online revenues by type of intermediary or provider
13.2.3 Online revenues by type of tourist
13.2.4 In-store revenues by type of intermediary
13.2.5 In-store revenues by type of tourist.
13.2.6 Travel agent revenues from domestic tourism, by sales channel
13.2.7 Travel agent revenues from international tourism by sales channel
13.2.8 Tour operator revenues from domestic tourism, by sales channel
13.2.9 Tour operator revenues from international tourism, by sales channel
13.2.10 Other intermediaries revenues from domestic tourism, by sales channel
13.2.11 Other intermediaries revenues from international tourism by sales channel
13.3.1 Leading operators
13.3.2 Competitive strategy
13.4.1 Kanoo Travel – company overview
13.4.2 Kanoo Travel – main services
13.4.3 Kanoo Travel – key competitors
13.4.4 Kanoo Travel – key employees
13.5.1 Dnata – company overview
13.5.2 Dnata – main services
13.5.3 Dnata – key competitors
13.5.4 Dnata– key employees
13.6.1 Omeir Travel Agency – company overview
13.6.2 Omeir Travel Agency – main services
13.6.3 Omeir Travel Agency – key competitors
13.6.4 Omeir Travel Agency – key employees
13.7.1 Orient Travel – company overview
13.7.2 Orient Travel – main services
13.7.3 Orient Travel – key competitors
13.7.4 Orient Travel – key employees
13.8.1 Al Rais Travel & Shipping Agencies LLC – company overview
13.8.2 Al Rais Travel & Shipping Agencies LLC – main services
13.8.3 Al Rais Travel & Shipping Agencies LLC – key competitors
13.8.4 Al Rais Travel & Shipping Agencies LLC – key employees

14 Appendix

Table 1: Timetric Travel and Tourism Sector Definitions
Table 2: The UAE – Total Tourism Output by Category (AED Billion), 2008–2017
Table 3: The UAE – Direct Tourism Output by Category (AED Billion), 2008–2017
Table 4: The UAE – Indirect Tourism Output by Category (AED Billion), 2008–2017
Table 5: The UAE – Total Tourism Output Generated per Employee by Category (AED Thousand), 2008–2012
Table 6: The UAE – Direct Tourism Output Generated per Employee by Category (AED Thousand), 2008–2012
Table 7: The UAE – Indirect Tourism Output Generated per Employee by Category (AED Thousand), 2008–2012
Table 8: The UAE – Total Tourism Employment by Category (Thousand), 2008–2017
Table 9: The UAE – Total Tourism Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment by Category (%), 2008–2017
Table 10: The UAE – Direct Tourism Employment by Category (Thousand), 2008–2017
Table 11: The UAE – Direct Tourism Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment by Category (%), 2008–2017
Table 12: The UAE – Indirect Tourism Employment by Category (Thousand), 2008–2017
Table 13: The UAE – Indirect Tourism Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment by Category (%), 2008–2017
Table 14: The UAE – Average Salary per Employee by Category (AED Thousand), 2008–2017
Table 15: The UAE – Gross Income Generated by Total Tourism Employment by Category (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 16: The UAE – Number of Trips by Type (Thousand), 2008–2017
Table 17: The UAE – Overnight Stays by Type (Million), 2008–2017
Table 18: The UAE – Total Domestic Tourism Expenditure (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 19: The UAE – Average Expenditure per Domestic Tourist by Category (AED), 2008–2017
Table 20: The UAE – International Arrivals (Thousands), by Region, 2008–2017
Table 21: The UAE – International Arrivals by Purpose of Visit (Thousand), 2008–2017
Table 22: The UAE – Total Inbound Tourism Expenditure (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 23: The UAE – Average Expenditure per Inbound Tourist by Category (AED), 2008–2017
Table 24: The UAE – International Departures (Thousands), by Region, 2008–2017
Table 25: The UAE – International Departures by Purpose of Visit (Thousand), 2008–2017
Table 26: The UAE – Average Overseas Expenditure per Resident by Category (AED), 2008–2017
Table 27: The National Council for Tourism and Antiquities – Key Facts and Locations
Table 28: Dubai International Airport – Overview
Table 29: Abu Dhabi International Airport – Overview
Table 30: Sharjah International Airport – Overview
Table 31: Al Ain International Airport – Overview
Table 32: Ras Al-Khaimah International Airport – Overview
Table 33: The UAE – Seats Available by Carrier Type (Million), 2008–2017
Table 34: The UAE – Seats Sold by Carrier Type – Business Travel (Thousand), 2008–2017
Table 35: The UAE – Seats Sold by Carrier Type – Leisure Travel (Thousand), 2008–2017
Table 36: The UAE – Load Factor by Carrier Type (%), 2008–2017
Table 37: The UAE – Passenger Kilometers Available by Carrier Type (Billion), 2008–2017
Table 38: The UAE – Revenue-generating Passenger Kilometers Available by Carrier Type (Billion), 2008–2017
Table 39: The UAE – Revenue per Passenger by Carrier Type (AED), 2008–2017
Table 40: The UAE – Total Revenue by Carrier Type (AED Billion), 2008–2017
Table 41: Emirates Airline, Key Facts
Table 42: Emirates Airline, Main Services
Table 43: Emirates Airline, Key Employees
Table 44: Etihad Airways PJSC, Key Facts
Table 45: Etihad Airways PJSC, Main Services
Table 46: Etihad Airways PJSC, Key Employees
Table 47: Air Arabia PJSC, Key Facts
Table 48: Air Arabia PJSC, Main Services and Brands
Table 49: Air Arabia PJSC, History
Table 50: Air Arabia PJSC, Key Employees
Table 51: flydubai, Key Facts
Table 52: flydubai, Main Services
Table 53: flydubai, Key Employees
Table 54: RAK Airways, Key Facts
Table 55: RAK Airways, Main Services
Table 56: RAK Airways, Key Employees
Table 57: The UAE – Car Rental Market Value by Customer Type and Rental Location (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 58: The UAE – Car Rental Fleet Size (Actual), 2008–2017
Table 59: The UAE – Car Rental, Rental Occasions (Million), 2008–2017
Table 60: The UAE – Car Rental, Rental Days (Million), 2008–2017
Table 61: The UAE – Car Rental, Average Rental Length (Days), 2008–2017
Table 62: The UAE – Car Rental, Market Utilization Rate (%), 2008–2017
Table 63: The UAE – Car Rental Average Revenue per Day (AED), 2008–2017
Table 64: Diamondlease, Key Facts
Table 65: Diamondlease, Main Services
Table 66: Diamondlease, Key Employees
Table 67: Fast Rent a Car, Key Facts
Table 68: Fast Rent a Car, Main Services
Table 69: Fast Rent a Car, Key Employees
Table 70: Thrifty Car Rental UAE, Key Facts
Table 71: Thrifty Car Rental UAE, Main Services
Table 72: Thrifty Car Rental UAE, Key Employees
Table 73: Avis UAE, Key Facts
Table 74: Avis UAE, Main Services
Table 75: Avis UAE, Key Employees
Table 76: Hertz UAE, Key Facts
Table 77: Hertz UAE, Main Services
Table 78: Hertz UAE, Key Employees
Table 79: The UAE – Establishments by Category, 2008–2017
Table 80: The UAE – Available Hotel Rooms by Hotel Category (Actual), 2008–2017
Table 81: The UAE – Hotel Room Occupancy Rate by Hotel Category (%), 2008–2017
Table 82: The UAE – Room Nights Available by Hotel Category (Million), 2008–2017
Table 83: The UAE – Room Nights Occupied by Hotel Category (Million), 2008–2017
Table 84: The UAE – Average Revenue per Available Room by Hotel Category (AED), 2008–2017
Table 85: The UAE – Revenue per Occupied Room by Hotel Category (AED), 2008–2017
Table 86: The UAE – Total Revenue per Available Room by Hotel Category (AED), 2008–2017
Table 87: The UAE – Total Hotel Revenue by Hotel Category and Customer Type (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 88: The UAE – Guests by Hotel Category and Customer Type (Thousand), 2008–2017
Table 89: Jumeirah Group, Key Facts
Table 90: Jumeirah Group, Main Services and Brands
Table 91: Jumeirah Group, History
Table 92:Jumeirah Group, Key Employees
Table 93: Rotana Hotel Management Corporation Ltd, Key Facts
Table 94: Rotana Hotel Management Corporation Ltd, Main Services and Brands
Table 95: Rotana Hotel Management Corporation Ltd, Key Employees
Table 96: InterContinental Hotels United Arab Emirates, Key Facts
Table 97: InterContinental Hotels United Arab Emirates, Main Services And Brands
Table 98: InterContinental Hotels United Arab Emirates, Key Employees
Table 99: Starwood Hotels & Resorts UAE, Key Facts
Table 100: Starwood Hotels & Resorts UAE, Main Services and Brands
Table 101: Starwood Hotels & Resorts UAE, Key Employees
Table 102: Hilton Hotels & Resorts UAE, Key Facts
Table 103: Hilton Hotels & Resorts UAE, Main Services
Table 104: Hilton Hotels & Resorts UAE, Key Employees
Table 105: The UAE – Travel Intermediaries’ Industry Value by Product Type (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 106: The UAE – Travel Intermediaries’ Online Revenues by Provider (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 107: The UAE – Travel Intermediaries’ Online Revenues by Type of Tourist (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 108: The UAE – Travel Intermediaries In-Store Revenues by Provider (AED Billion), 2008–2017
Table 109: The UAE – Travel Intermediaries’ In-Store Revenues by Type of Tourist (AED Billion), 2008–2017
Table 110: The UAE – Travel Agent Revenues from Domestic Tourism by Sales Channel (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 111: The UAE – Travel Agent Revenues from International Tourism by Sales Channel (AED Billion), 2008–2017
Table 112: The UAE – Tour Operator Revenues from Domestic Tourism by Sales Channel (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 113: The UAE – Tour Operator Revenues from International Tourism by Sales Channel (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 114: The UAE – Other Intermediaries Revenues from Domestic Tourism by Sales Channel (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 115: The UAE – Other Intermediaries Revenues from International Tourism by Sales Channel (AED Million), 2008–2017
Table 116: Kanoo Travel, Key Facts
Table 117: Kanoo Travel, Main Services
Table 118: Kanoo Travel, Key Employees
Table 119: Dnata, Key Facts
Table 120: Dnata, Main Services
Table 121: Dnata, Key Employees
Table 122: Omeir Travel Agency, Key Facts
Table 123: Omeir Travel Agency, Main Services
Table 124: Omeir Travel Agency, Key Employees
Table 125: Orient Travel, Key Facts
Table 126: Orient Travel, Main Services
Table 127: Orient Travel, Key Employees
Table 128: Al Rais Travel & Shipping Agencies LLC, Key Facts
Table 129: Al Rais Travel & Shipping Agencies LLC, Main Services
Table 130: Al Rais Travel & Shipping Agencies LLC, Key Employees

Figure 1: The UAE – Domestic Tourism Expenditure Dynamics (%), 2008–2017, and Number of Domestic Trips by Purpose (Thousand) with Number of Domestic Overnight Stays (Million)
Figure 2: SWOT Analysis of the Travel and Tourism Sector in UAE
Figure 3: The UAE – Total Tourism Output by Category, 2008–2017
Figure 4: The UAE – Total Tourism Employment by Category (Thousand), 2008–2017
Figure 5: The UAE – Total Tourism Output Generated per Employee, 2008–2017 and Total Tourism output, (US$ Billion)
Figure 6: The UAE – Total tourism Output by Category, (%)
Figure 7: The UAE – Total Tourism Output by Category (AED Billion), 2008, 2012, 2017
Figure 8: The UAE – Direct Tourism Output by Category (AED Billion), 2008, 2012, 2017
Figure 9: The UAE – Indirect Tourism Output by Category (AED Billion), 2008, 2012 and 2017
Figure 10: The UAE – Total Tourism Output Generated per Employee by Category (AED ), 2008–2017
Figure 11: The UAE – Direct Tourism Output Generated per Employee by Category (AED Thousand), 2008–2017
Figure 12: The UAE – Indirect Tourism Output Generated per Employee by Category (AED Million), 2008–2017
Figure 13: The UAE – Total Tourism Employment, 2008–2017, and Total Tourism Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment, 2012
Figure 14: The UAE – Direct Tourism Employment, 2008–2017 and Direct Tourism Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment, 2012
Figure 15: The UAE – Indirect Tourism Employment, 2008–2017 and Indirect Tourism Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment, 2012
Figure 16: The UAE – Average Salary per Employee by Category (AED Thousand) and Gross Income Generated by Total Tourism Employment by Category (EUR Million), 2008–2017
Figure 17: The UAE – Mean Household Income vs Number of Households, 2008–2017
Figure 18: The UAE – Number of Trips by Purpose of Visit (Thousand), 2008–2017
Figure 19: The UAE – Average Length of Tourism (No. of Nights Spent), 2008–2017 and Total Domestic Tourism Expenditure by Category (AED Billion), 2008–2017
Figure 20: The UAE – Expenditure by Category (%), 2012 and 2017
Figure 21: The UAE – Number of Trips by Type (Thousand), and Number of Overnight Stays (Million), 2008–2017
Figure 22: The UAE – Domestic Tourism Expenditure (AED Million), 2008–2017
Figure 23: The UAE – Average Expenditure per Domestic Tourist by Category (AED), 2008–2017
Figure 24: The UAE – Domestic Tourism Expenditure Market Dynamics (%), 2008–2017
Figure 25: The UAE – Number of International Arrivals by Region, 2008–2017
Figure 26: The UAE – International Arrivals by Purpose of Visit (Thousand), 2008–2017
Figure 27: The UAE – Expenditure by Category (AED Million), 2008–2017 and Total Inbound Tourism Expenditure (US$ Million)
Figure 28: The UAE – Inbound Tourism Expenditure by Category, 2012 vs 2017
Figure 29: The UAE – Arrivals by Place by Region (Thousands) and Arrivals by Purpose (Thousands) 2008–2017
Figure 30: The UAE – Inbound Tourism Expenditure (AED Million), 2008–2017
Figure 31: The UAE – Average Expenditure per Inbound Tourist by Category (AED), 2008–2017
Figure 32: The UAE – Inbound Tourist Expenditure Market Dynamics (%), 2008–2017
Figure 33: The UAE – Number of International Departures, 2008–2017
Figure 34: The UAE – Number of Trips by Purpose of Visit (Thousand) and Number of Overnight Stays, 2008–2017
Figure 35: The UAE – Outbound Tourism Expenditure by Category, 2008–2017 and Total Outbound Tourism Expenditure (US$ Billion), 2008–2017
Figure 36: The UAE –Outbound Tourism Expenditure by Category (%), 2012 & 2017
Figure 37: The UAE – International Departures (Thousands), and Departures by Purpose, 2008–2017
Figure 38: The UAE – Average Overseas Expenditure per Resident by Category (AED), 2008–2017
Figure 39: The UAE – Outbound Tourism Expenditure Market Dynamics (%), 2008–2017
Figure 40: The UAE – Seats Available by Carrier Type (Million), 2008–2017
Figure 41: The UAE – Seats Sold by Carrier Type – Business Travel (Thousand), 2008–2017
Figure 42: The UAE – Seats Sold by Carrier Type – Leisure Travel (Thousand), 2008–2017
Figure 43: The UAE – Load Factor by Carrier Type (%), 2011
Figure 44: The UAE – Passenger Kilometers Available by Carrier Type (Billion), 2008–2017
Figure 45: The UAE – Revenue Generating Passenger Kilometers by Carrier Type (Billion), 2008–2017
Figure 46: The UAE – Revenue per Passenger by Carrier Type (AED), 2008–2017
Figure 47: The UAE – Total Revenue by Carrier Type (AED Billion), 2008–2017
Figure 48: The UAE – Car Rental Market Value by Customer Type and Rental Location (AED Million), 2008 and 2012
Figure 49: The UAE – Car Rental Fleet Size (Actual), 2008–2017
Figure 50: The UAE – Car Rental, Rental Occasions (Million), 2008–2017
Figure 51: The UAE – Car Rental, Number of Rental Days (Million), vs Average Rental Length (Days), 2008–2017
Figure 52: The UAE – Car Rental, Market Utilization Rate (%), 2008–2017
Figure 53: The UAE – Car Rental Average Revenue per Day (AED), 2008–2017
Figure 54: The UAE – Hotel Establishments by Category, 2008–2017
Figure 55: The UAE – Available Hotel Rooms by Hotel Category (Actual), 2008–2017
Figure 56: The UAE – Hotel Room Occupancy Rate by Hotel Category (%), 2008–2017
Figure 57: The UAE – Room Nights Available by Hotel Category (Million), 2008–2017
Figure 58: The UAE – Room Nights Occupied by Hotel Category (Million), 2008–2017
Figure 59: The UAE – Average Revenue per Available Room by Hotel Category (AED), 2008–2017
Figure 60: The UAE – Revenue per Occupied Room (AED), 2008–2017
Figure 61: The UAE – Total Revenue per Available Room (AED), 2008–2017
Figure 62: The UAE – Total Hotel Revenue by Hotel Category and Customer Type (AED Million), 2007 and 2011
Figure 63: The UAE – Guests by Hotel Category and Customer Type (Thousand), 2008–2017
Figure 64: The UAE – Travel Intermediaries’ Industry Value by Product Type (%), 2011
Figure 65: The UAE – Travel Intermediaries’ Online Revenues by Provider (AED Million), 2008, 2012 and 2017
Figure 66: The UAE – Travel Intermediaries’ Online Revenues by Type of Tourist (AED Million), 2008, 2012 and 2017
Figure 67: The UAE – Travel Intermediaries In-Store Revenues by Provider (AED Billion), 2008, 2012 and 2017
Figure 68: The UAE – Travel Intermediaries’ In-Store Revenues by Type of Tourist (AED Billion), 2008, 2012 and 2017
Figure 69: The UAE – Travel Agent Revenues from Domestic Tourism by Sales Channel (%), 2008 and 2012
Figure 70: The UAE – Travel Agent Revenues from International Tourism by Sales Channel (%), 2008 and 2012
Figure 71: The UAE – Tour Operator Revenues from Domestic Tourism by Sales Channel (%), 2008 and 2012
Figure 72: The UAE – Tour Operator Revenues from International Tourism by Sales Channel (%), 2008 and 2012
Figure 73: The UAE – Other Intermediaries Revenues from Domestic Tourism by Sales Channel (%), 2008 and 2012
Figure 74: The UAE – Other Intermediaries Revenues from International Tourism by Sales Channel (%), 2008 and 2012