Indeed, the majority of the tourists, more than fifty percent of those crossing borders each year, arrive at their destinations by air transport. According to United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO. (2012). Global Report on Aviation: Responding to the needs of new tourism markets and destinations. Madrid, Spain: World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).), the proportion is much higher in many parts of the world, including most long-haul and developing country destinations, especially small islands, and landlocked states. The dependence of tourism on air transport has been evolving steadily since the beginning of aviation in the early decades of the last century.
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