Flashcards in World Of Tourism - D Keywords Deck (28)
The meals provided with a tourists chosen accommodation
Elements of a product and service that make it different from others on the market and therefore attractive to customers
The provision of accommodation and all meals at a hotel or guest house
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included in the holiday price, but any other drinks or snacks outside the meal times will cost you extra
All meals, drinks and activities are included in the overall price of the holiday
Provision of bed, breakfast and one main meal at a hotel
Bed and breakfast
Sleeping accommodation for a night and a meal in the morning
Just the price for the room without cost of food and other activities
A quarter of a year or three months
The amount of money left over from a persons wages after they have paid tax and necessary expenses such as rent and food bills
The amount of money that one currency is worth in another currency
An agreement to purchase fuel at a predetermined price for a specified future time period
Statistical data relating to the population, such as average age and average income
The generation of people born between 1946- 1964
Older people with substantial disposable income
A family containing multiple generations, such as children, parents, grandparents and even great grandparents
Latin for proportional
Holidays to more unusual tourist destinations, such as Iran, where tourists can go skiing and visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Set of laws made official by Parliament
the process of removing legal restrictions on the operation of an industry to allow greater competition, with the intention of ensuring greater efficiency and reduced prices for customers
Duty of care
Moral or legal responsibility for the safety of a person or group of people
Air passenger duty (APD)
A tax paid by airline passengers to the government, collected when the passenger purchases their ticket from the airline
an outbreak of an infectious disease that spreads rapidly and widely within an area
a global epidemic of an infectious disease
a change in global or regional climate patterns, largely due to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels.
avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance.
an industry committed to making a low impact on the environment and local culture, while helping to generate future employment for local people. The positive of sustainable tourism is to ensure that development is a positive experience for local people; tourism companies; and tourists themselves.
Extreme weather event
is when a weather event is significantly different from the average or usual weather pattern. This may take place over one day or a period of time. A flash flood or heat wave are two examples of extreme weather in the UK.