Increased Fuel Prices Impact on Tourism Industry
Summary of Issue
- If the tourism industry is airline service cutbacks, airline dependent and frequency of flight can affect each aspect of the tourism industry of the Niagara region.
- Gas prices are taking a heavy toll on various businesses which are dependent on fuel, and its effects are likely to be rippled by the economy, taking from the pockets of customers and cutting profits.
- Price amount across the tax and customers and business and also boon for regions of energy exporting.
- Outdoor recreation and tourism are dependent highly on travel, it gets influenced by the prices of gasoline. Increasing and unstable fuel prices may affect the travel participation and behavioral adaptions is being occurred
- There are some issues get faced by Niagara is because of the big variety of the players which is really difficult for obtaining a consensus on key elements of the brand and developing the all-encompassed brand image.
- This is really difficult for having the buy-in from various tourism parties.
- Tourism of Niagara experience is a patchwork and collage of the images rather than being the brand image
- Having the competitive nature of players of tourism has in past has hindered full-operation has been required for rejuvenating (Guo, et al., 2019).
Practices adapted by Tourism Industry
- There has been the use of Economic stimulus packages in economic measures packages which government does invoke the stimulating of the floundering economy. This includes reinvigorating the economy and preventing the recession by boosting spending and employment
- There is the use of the health and safety protocols in the Tourism industry that can attract the more customers
- Incentives is been offered to the customers so that they can attract more customers.
Development must be encouraged of the local initiatives as per promoting the industry and it has to be known how of the one community and area. Regional branding is to be encouraged and integrated tourism approaches. There must be the development of various innovative solutions for the organization of visitors’ transportation asking care of environmental impacts.
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Guo, Y., Jiang, J., & Li, S. (2019). A sustainable tourism policy research review. Sustainability, 11(11), 3187.