Air transportation and tourism complete each other in many ways. The main way is that tourists use air transportation to arrive at their destinations, so the growth of tourism reflects on air transportation. The number of international tourists has been increased to more than doubled during the last 25 years. The tourism industry expanding has an effect greatly on the discipline of transport geography.
While accessing an area, tourists use any transport mode. Air transportation is considered the main instance of international tourism, it also plays a dominant role in the activation of the inter-regional movement of tourists, which is required to travel long distances. Attractive tours offer the competence between airfare to attract more and more tourists day by day.
The growth of the air transportation crowd relates to the growth of the international tourism rates. Air transport has revolutionized the idea of far destinations, that we can go everywhere we want even very far destinations at any time. With airplanes that can reach up to 1950 km/hrs, international tourism is easier and faster.
About 6.7 million jobs around the world are supported by foreign tourists who use air transportation. Taking into account both the overseas visors and workforce employed it can be said that the industry is giant in shape “The world’s largest industry of Travel and Tourism”. How the airline industry and its markets contribute at this may be clearer in what the airlines share, in statics for example the U.S airlines saved about 40.000$ a year by reducing one olive from each salad served in the first-class. International airlines have a great role in the tourism industry by giving easier, faster, safe, and economic conditions.
Due to the safe, fast, and efficient air travel, people use it to access any destination they want to go to. There are many reasons for people’s desire to travel; technological sights, relaxation, beach and mountain resorts, climbing, skiing, surfing, scuba diving, study tours on art, history, religion, culture, science, shopping. The travel industry needs a stable base to build to widen the tourism industry which is the world’s second-largest industry.