Travel and Tourism - Czech Republic

Date: May 22, 2010
Pages: 83
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Publisher: Euromonitor International Ltd
Report type: Strategic Report
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The Czech Republic suffered effects of the global financial crisis in 2009: it caused a full-blown recession and impacted businesses as well as individuals throughout the year. The downturn was especially severe as it came unexpectedly, after several years of strong and steady growth. Companies began to lose business, needed to reduce costs and were, thus, forced to downsize staff. Increased unemployment rate and lower consumer spending resulted in decreased profits. The first signs of...

Euromonitor International's Travel And Tourism in Czech Republic report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest market size data 2005-2009, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new legislative, technology or pricing issues. Background information on disposable income, annual leave and holiday taking habits is also included. Forecasts to 2014 illustrate how the market is set to change.

Product coverage: Car Rental, Demand Factors, Health & Wellness Tourism, Tourism Flows Domestic, Tourism Flows Inbound, Tourism Flows Outbound, Tourism Receipts And Expenditure, Tourist Attractions, Transportation, Travel Accommodation, Travel Retail

Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.

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  • Get a detailed picture of the Travel and Tourism industry;
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  • Understand the competitive environment, the market’s major players and leading brands;
  • Use five-year forecasts to assess how the market is predicted to develop.
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Travel and Tourism in the Czech Republic
Euromonitor International
May 2010

LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES

Executive Summary
Global Financial Crisis Launches Recession in Czech Economy
Negative Results Across All Categories of Travel and Tourism
Challenging Business Environment Halts Progress
Low Cost Air Transportation Continues Growth Despite All Obstacles
Stagnating Performance To Occur in 2010
Key Trends and Developments
Impact of Global Recession
H1n1 Flu Pandemic
Legislative Environment - Tourism for Everyone
Legislative Environment - Government Programmes
Players Intensify Promotional Activities
Changes of Habits of Local Tourists During Recession
Government Regional Tourism Policy
Reproduction Tourism Trend Starts To Emerge
Demand Factors
Balance of Payments
Market Indicators
  Table 1 Leave Entitlement: Volume 2005-2009
  Table 2 Holiday Demographic Trends 2004-2009
  Table 3 Holiday Takers by Sex 2004-2009
  Table 4 Holiday Takers by Age 2004-2009
  Table 5 Length of Domestic Trips: 2004-2009
  Table 6 Length of Outbound Departures: 2004-2009
  Table 7 Seasonality of Trips 2005-2009
Market Data
  Table 8 Balance of Tourism Payments: Value 2004-2009
Definitions
Tourism Parameters
Travel Accommodation
Hotel Price Platforms
Transportation
Car Rental
Travel Retail
Travel Retail Online Sales
Tourist Attractions
Health and Wellness
Internet Sales
  Summary 1 Research Sources
Ceske Aerolinie As
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 2 Ceske Aerolinie as: Key Facts
  Summary 3 Ceske Aerolinie as: Operational Indicators
Company Background
Competitive Positioning
  Summary 4 Ceske Aerolinie as: Competitive Position 2009
Ck Fischer As
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 5 CK Fischer as: Key Facts
  Summary 6 CK Fischer as: Operational Indicators
Company Background
Competitive Positioning
  Summary 7 CK Fischer as: Competitive Position 2009
Exim Tours As
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 8 Exim Tours as: Key Facts
  Summary 9 EXIM Tours as: Operational Indicators
Company Background
Competitive Positioning
  Summary 10 Exim Tours as: Competitive Position 2009
Shc Management Prague Sro
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 11 SHC Management Prague sro: Key Facts
  Summary 12 SHC Management Prague sro: Operational Indicators
Company Background
Competitive Positioning
  Summary 13 SHC Management Prague sro: Competitive Position 2009
Speed Rent As
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 14 Speed Rent as: Key Facts
  Summary 15 Speed Rent as: Operational Indicators
Company Background
Competitive Positioning
  Summary 16 Speed Rent as: Competitive Position 2009
Headlines
Trends
Competitive Landscape
Prospects
Category Data
  Table 9 Car Rental Sales by Sector and Location: Value 2004-2009
  Table 10 Structure of Car Rental Market: 2004-2009
  Table 11 Average Car Rental Duration by Sector 2004-2009
  Table 12 Average Car Rental Duration: % Breakdown 2004-2009
  Table 13 Time of Booking: % Breakdown 2005-2009
  Table 14 Car Rental Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2004-2009
  Table 15 Car Rental Market Shares 2005-2009
  Table 16 Car Rental National Brand Owners by Key Performance Indicators 2009
  Table 17 Forecast Car Rental Sales by Sector and Location: Value 2009-2014
  Table 18 Forecast Car Rental Sales by Sector: Internet Transaction Value 2009-2014
Headlines
Trends
Prospects
Category Data
  Table 19 Number of Hotel/Resort Spas: Units 2004-2009
  Table 20 Health & Wellness Tourism Sales by Type: Value 2004-2009
  Table 21 Spa Consumer Markets: Domestic Tourism 2005-2009
  Table 22 Spa Consumer Markets: Arrivals 2005-2009
  Table 23 Forecast Health & Wellness Tourism Sales by Type: Value 2009-2014
Headlines
Destinations
Mode of Transport
Purpose of Visit
Domestic Tourist Expenditure
Prospects
Category Data
  Table 24 Domestic Trips by Destination: 2004-2009
  Table 25 Domestic Trips by Purpose of Visit and by Method of Transport: 2004-2009
  Table 26 Domestic Tourist Expenditure: Value: 2004-2009
  Table 27 Method of Payments for Domestic Tourism Spending: % Breakdown 2005-2009
  Table 28 Forecast Domestic Trips by Purpose of Visit and by Method of Transport: 2009-2014
  Table 29 Forecast Domestic Tourist Expenditure: Value: 2009-2014
  Table 30 Hotel Value Sales and Outlets by Price Platform 2008/2009
Headlines
Trends
Country of Origin
Leisure
Business
Mode of Transport
City Arrivals
Incoming Tourist Receipts by Country
Prospects
Category Data
  Table 31 Arrivals by Country of Origin: 2004-2009
  Table 32 Leisure Arrivals by Type 2005-2009
  Table 33 Business Arrivals: MICE Penetration 2005-2009
  Table 34 Arrivals by Method of Transport: 2004-2009
  Table 35 Arrivals by Purpose of Visit: 2004-2009
  Table 36 Incoming Tourist Receipts by Country: Value 2004-2009
  Table 37 Tourism Expenditure by Sector: Value 2004-2009
  Table 38 Method of Payments for Incoming Tourist Receipts: % Breakdown 2005-2009
  Table 39 Forecast Arrivals by Country of Origin: 2009-2014
  Table 40 Forecast Arrivals by Method of Transport: 2009-2014
  Table 41 Forecast Arrivals by Purpose of Visit: 2009-2014
  Table 42 Forecast Incoming Tourist Receipts by Country: Value 2009-2014
  Table 43 Tourism Receipts and Expenditure by Business vs Leisure Split 2008/2009
  Table 44 Arrivals by City 2007-2009
Headlines
Trends
Destinations
Leisure
Business
Mode of Transport
Outgoing Tourist Expenditure by Country
Prospects
Category Data
  Table 45 Departures by Destination: 2004-2009
  Table 46 Leisure Departures by Type 2005-2009
  Table 47 Business Departures: MICE Penetration % Breakdown 2005-2009
  Table 48 Departures by Method of Transport: 2004-2009
  Table 49 Departures by Purpose of Visit: 2004-2009
  Table 50 Outgoing Tourist Expenditure by Country: Value 2004-2009
  Table 51 Outgoing Tourist Expenditure by Sector: Value 2004-2009
  Table 52 Method of Payments for Outgoing Tourism Spending: % Breakdown 2005-2009
  Table 53 Forecast Departures by Destination: 2009-2014
  Table 54 Forecast Departures by Method of Transport: 2009-2014
  Table 55 Forecast Departures by Purpose of Visit: 2009-2014
  Table 56 Forecast Outgoing Tourist Expenditure by Country: Value 2009-2014
Headlines
Trends
Prospects
Category Data
  Table 57 Tourist Attractions Sales by Sector: Value 2004-2009
  Table 58 Tourist Attractions Visitors by Sector: 2004-2009
  Table 59 Tourist Attractions Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2004-2009
  Table 60 Leading Tourist Attractions by Visitors 2004-2009
  Table 61 Forecast Tourist Attractions Sales by Sector: Value 2009-2014
  Table 62 Forecast Tourist Attractions Visitors by Sector: 2009-2014
  Table 63 Forecast Tourist Attractions Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2009-2014
Headlines
Trends
Airlines
Competitive Landscape
Prospects
Category Data
  Table 64 Transportation Sales by Sector: Value 2004-2009
  Table 65 Airline Capacity: 2004-2009
  Table 66 Airline Utilisation: 2004-2009
  Table 67 Airline Passengers Carried by Distance: 2004-2009
  Table 68 Transportation Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2004-2009
  Table 69 Airline Market Shares 2005-2009
  Table 70 Airlines National Brand Owners by Key Performance Indicators 2009
  Table 71 Forecast Transportation Sales by Sector: Value 2009-2014
  Table 72 Forecast Transportation Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2009-2014
Headlines
Trends
Hotels
Competitive Landscape
Prospects
Category Data
  Table 73 Travel Accommodation Sales by Sector: Value 2004-2009
  Table 74 Travel Accommodation Outlets by Sector: Units 2004-2009
  Table 75 Travel Accommodation by Broad Sector: Number of Rooms 2004-2009
  Table 76 Regional Hotel Parameters 2009
  Table 77 Travel Accommodation Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2004-2009
  Table 78 Hotel National Brand Owners by Market Share 2004-2009
  Table 79 Hotels National Brand Owners by Key Performance Indicators 2009
  Table 80 Forecast Travel Accommodation Sales by Sector: Value 2009-2014
  Table 81 Forecast Travel Accommodation Outlets by Sector: Units 2009-2014
  Table 82 Forecast Travel Accommodation Sales: Internet Transaction Value 2009-2014
Headlines
Trends
Online Travel
Competitive Landscape
Niche Growth Categories
Prospects
Category Data
  Table 83 Travel Retail Outlets by Sector: Units 2004-2009
  Table 84 Travel Retail Products Sales: Value 2004-2009
  Table 85 Travel Retail Sales by Destination: % Value Breakdown 2004-2009
  Table 86 Travel Retail Online Sales by Sector: Internet Transaction Value 2004-2009
  Table 87 Travel Retail Products Market Shares 2005-2009
  Table 88 Travel Retail Products National Brand Owners by Key Performance Indicators 2009
  Table 89 Forecast Travel Retail Outlets by Sector: Units 2009-2014
  Table 90 Forecast Travel Retail Products Sales: Value 2009-2014
  Table 91 Forecast Travel Retail Online Sales by Sector: Internet Transaction Value 2009-2014
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