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1 TOURISM IN ICELAND IN FIGURES Icelandic Tourist Board February 21

2 Tourism in Iceland in figures CONTENTS Page Tourism in Iceland 3 International visitors to Iceland Departure statistics from Keflavik airport International visitors by month Annual increase, future prospects and cruise ship passengers 9 Overnight stays in hotels 29 1 International visitors to Iceland Travels of Icelanders Planned travels of Icelanders 21 17

3 TOURISM IN ICELAND Tourism in Iceland The share of tourism in total export revenue Tourism industry share in GDP The share of tourism in Iceland s GDP between 2 and 27 was, on average,.6. It was highest in 22 (.3) and lowest in 26 (.1). The share of tourism in Iceland s total export revenue was 16.9 in 28. In the years between 2 and 28 it was, on average, The share was highest in 2, or 19. and lowest in 22, or Foreign travel receipts and expenditures Bn ISK.8 Total receipts Jan-Mar Apr-Jun Jul-Sep Consumption in Iceland Employment in tourism.8.8 Passengers' fares No.of jobs Characteristic industries Connected industries share in total employment.7.8,,, Foreign currency revenues from international visitors according to the tourism satellite accounts are estimated to have been ISK bn in 29. Having taken into account exchange rate and pricing effects, an approximately 21 real increase in foreign currency revenues during 28-9 may be assumed. Foreign currency revenues according to the tourism satellite accounts are higher than the results of the balance on services (see graph) as they apply to more aspects in tourist services. The number of jobs in 27 was 8,, an increase of approximately 19 from the year before. There were, jobs in characteristic tourism industries, such as accommodation and catering services, passenger transport services and travel agency occupations. Just under 3, jobs were in connected industries, such as retail sales, entertainment, shops, culture, recreational activities and services in connection with passenger transport. 3 Source: Statistics Iceland

4 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS TO ICELAND ' Vistitors to Iceland Visitors in 29 by point of arrival Keflavik Airport 6,36 Seyðisfjördur 13,866 Reykjavik Airport 13,823 Akureyri Airport 1,7 Egilsstadir Airport 16 Total 93,91 Sources: Icelandic Tourist Board, Austfar, and the Reykjavik, Akureyri and Egilsstadir Airports. 3 2 ' Visitors through Keflavik Airport 2 1 Visitors through Seydisfjördur Seaport ' Visitors by market area Keflavik airport Seydisfjördur Change between years () Change between years () Nordic countries 119,2 119,72. Nordic countries,681 3, United Kingdom 69,982 61, United Kingdom Central-/S-Europe 117,727 13, Central-/S-Europe 7, 8, N-America 1,63, N-America Other 11,696 93, Other 1,66 1, Total 72,672 6, Total 1,1 13, Source: Icelandic Tourist Board and Austfar

5 DEPARTURE STATISTICS FROM KEFLAVIK AIRPORT ' Visitors through Keflavik Airport The Iceland Tourist Board s counting efforts in Keflavik Airport cover 9 of the total number of visitors to Iceland. The count covers all departures from the Airport, including the departure of foreign workers. Visitors to Iceland through Keflavik Airport by nationality Increase/decrease between years () Canada 6,296 1,68 11, China 9,33,76, Denmark 1,392 1,26, Finland 9,87 1,797 11, France 22,671 26,161 28, Germany,6,12 1, Italy 1,7 1,116 12, Japan 6,96 6,732 7, Netherlands 1, 18,76 19, Norway 3,779 3,122 36, Poland 19,2 2,227 1, Spain 9, 1,38 13, Sweden 33,36 32,29 31, Switzerland 6,911 7,136 8, United Kingdom 73,391 69,982 61, USA 1,99,9 3, Other 68,879 77,977 66, Total 8,999 72,672 6, by market area Increase/decrease between years () Nordic countries 119,2 119,2 119, United Kingdom 73,391 69,982 61, Central/South Europe 1,73 117,727 13, North America 8,2 1,63, Other 13,28 11,696 93, Total 8,999 72,672 6, Source: Icelandic Tourist Board

6 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS BY MONTH 29 Seasonal departure variations by key markets ' N-America United Kingdom Nordic countries Europe Other Departures through Keflavik Airport by month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total Canada China Denmark Finland France Germany Italy Japan NL Norway Poland Spain Sweden CH UK USA Other Total Source: Icelandic Tourist Board

7 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS BY MONTH ' Nordic nations Approximately 119, visitors have come to Iceland from the Nordic countries each year for the past three years. Two out of every five Nordic visitors came during the summer months (Jun-Aug), a third during spring (Apr-May) or in the autumn (Sep-Oct) and a quarter during the winter months (Jan-Mar/Nov-Dec) ' United Kingdom In 29, there were just under 62, visitors from the UK, a decrease of 16 from 27. A third of UK visitors came in summer, a third in spring or autumn and a third during the winter months. 7 Germany ' In 29, there were 2, German visitors to Iceland, 28 more than in 27 when they were approximately,. Two thirds of German visitors came during summer, approximately 2 during spring or autumn and just over 1 during the winter months. Source: Icelandic Tourist Board

8 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS BY MONTH ' France In 29, there were approximately 29, visitors from France, an increase of 27 from 27. Two thirds of visitors from France came during summer, a fifth during spring or autumn and over during the winter months ' Italy, Spain In 29, there were approximately 26, visitors from Italy and Spain, an increase of 32 from 27. The majority of visitors from Italy and Spain (around 7) came during the summer. Slightly less than a fifth came during spring or autumn and approximately 1 during the winter months. 8 N-America ' In 29, there were approximately, visitors from North America, a decrease of 6 from 27. Half of the North American visitors came during summer, a third during spring or autumn and a fifth during the winter months. Source: Icelandic Tourist Board

9 ANNUAL INCREASE, FUTURE PROSPECTS AND CRUISE SHIP PASSENGERS Annual increase of visitors to Iceland The annual increase in the number of visitors to Iceland has been, on average, 6.8 over the past ten years. During this period, the increase between years has exceeded 12 on five occasions. Source: Icelandic Tourist Board Visitors to Iceland until ' 6,8 increase 3,8 increase '9 '1 '11 '12 '13 '1 ' '16 '17 '18 '19 '2 Assuming an annual increase of 6.8, as has been the case in Iceland for the past ten years, we can anticipate one million visitors to Iceland in 22. However, if account is taken of the projections of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) as regards the increase of travellers globally, we can expect 7, visitors to Iceland in Source: Icelandic Tourist Board International visitors to Reykjavík on cruise ships no. of visitors ' No.of passengers No.of vessels Approximately 9 of the cruise ships that visit Iceland berth in Reykjavík. In 23, 8 cruise ships with approximately 31, guests berthed in Reykjavík while in 29 the number of vessels was 8 with just under 69, guests. Source: Associated Icelandic Ports (Faxaflóahafnir)

10 OVERNIGHT STAYS IN HOTELS 29 Available beds in hotels 29 North 1 East West/Westfjords Southwest South 1 Capital region 62 In recent years there has been a considerable increase in the availability of accommodation. During summer 29, there were 9,82 beds available in 79 hotels, which is. of the total number of beds in all available accommodation. Foreign guestnights at hotels ' Foreign visitors spent approximately one million nights in Iceland in 29, 2 more overnight stays in hotels than in 28. Half the overnight stays in hotels were during the summer, a third during spring or autumn and just under a quarter during the winter months. 1 3 ' Domestic guestnights at hotels Icelanders spent approximately 26, nights in hotels in Iceland in 29, or 9.7 fewer overnight stays than the year before. A quarter of overnight stays were spent during the summer, over a third during spring or autumn and over a third during the winter months. Source: Statistics Iceland, estimated figures

11 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS TO ICELAND GENDER () Winter (Sep'8-May '9) Male 3.6 Female 6. Summer (Jun-Aug'9) Male 2. Female 7. AVERAGE AGE Winter Summer Age in groups Winter '8-'9 Summer '9 Years >6 Purpose of visit Holiday Visit friends Business Conference Summer '9 Winter '8-'9 The vast majority of visitors to Iceland are on holiday. A relatively larger number come for business, conferences or work in Iceland outside the summer months rather than during summer. 11 Work in Iceland Other Individually arranged trip Type of tour Package tour Winter '8-'9 Summer '9 Previously visited Iceland A fifth of the visitors who came to Iceland during winter had previously visited Iceland. 17 of summer visitors in 29 had previously visited Iceland. Source: Surveys conducted by Tourism Research & Consulting 28-29

12 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS TO ICELAND Travelling companions Spouse/partner Friends Alone With children Summer '9 Winter '8-'9 Most visitors travelled with a spouse or friends. A larger number travelled with children during summer. With colleagues 2 6 Means of transport Coach (organized tour) Car (rented) Coach (regular routes) Car (friends) Car (private) Summer '9 Winter '8-'9 Most visitors utilised coach services during winter while during the summer most visitors used both car rentals and coach services. 12 Other Nights Length of stay Summer '9 The average length of stay of foreign visitors was. nights during winter and 9.8 nights during summer. -21 Winter '8-'9 > Source: Surveys conducted by Tourism Research & Consulting 28-29

13 INTERNATIONAL VISITORS TO ICELAND Source of information on Iceland Internet Travel brochures Friends/relatives Newspaper articles Travel agencies Information centres Literature TV/radio Advertisements Summer '9 Winter '8-' Use of and access to the internet continues to increase at a fast pace. More than twice the number of international visitors to Iceland obtain information about the country from the internet than was the case ten years ago Used the services of information centres Winter '8-'9 Summer '9 Yes No The role of information centres in Iceland has been growing in recent years. Approximately of visitors take advantage of their services. 13 Source: Surveys conducted by Tourism Research & Consulting 28-29

14 TRAVELS OF ICELANDERS Were trips undertaken in Iceland or overseas in 29? Only in Iceland Only overseas Both in Iceland and overseas Did not travel at all Just under half travelled only within Iceland. Two out of five travelled both within and outside Iceland and travelled exclusively overseas. However, 8 did not travel at all. Thus, less than half of Icelanders travelled overseas, indicating a substantial decrease in overseas travel among Icelanders. 2 How many trips were taken in Iceland in 29? 2 1 A third of Icelanders took one to two trips in Iceland in 29, just under half took three to six trips and around a fifth took seven trips or more. 1 One Two Three Four Five Six Seven or more In which month were trips undertaken in Iceland in 29? There are seasonal changes as regards the domestic travels of Icelanders, with the majority travelling during summer. Source: Survey conducted by mmr in January 21 for the Icelandic Tourist Board

15 TRAVELS OF ICELANDERS 29 No. of overnight stays in Iceland in nights -6 nights 7-1 nights nights Two weeks Icelanders spent an average of 1.3 nights during domestic travel in 29. A quarter spent one to six nights, just under a quarter spent seven to ten nights and approximately half spent eleven nights or more. Three weeks or more In what part of the country were the overnight stays during travel in Iceland? Capital area Reykjanes West Westfjords North East South Highlands Northern and southern Iceland are the regions in which the majority stayed, three out of every five What accommodation options were used when travelling in Iceland in 29? Tent/trailer tents/motor home Stayed with friends, relatives Association-owned holiday cottage The accommodation used by the majority of Icelanders included tents, trailer tents and motor homes. Moreover, a large number stayed with friends or relatives. Privately owned summer cottage Hotel/guesthouse/equivalent 2 6 Source: Survey conducted by mmr in January 21 for the Icelandic Tourist Board

16 TRAVELS OF ICELANDERS 29 What recreational activity was paid for during travel in Iceland 29? Swimming/warm spring baths Museums, exhibitions Fishing Theatre, concerts Golf Boat-trip Spa, fitness programmes Guided sightseeing tour Swimming and bathing in warm springs are the recreational options that most Icelanders paid for during domestic trips. In addition, a large number paid entrance fees to museums and exhibitions and purchased fishing permits, theatre tickets and concert tickets. Naturerelated recreational options were less popular. Guided hike, mountain climb Horse riding tour River rafting, kayak trips Whale watching 16 Cycling tours Snowmobile tours What influenced the decision to travel in 29 the most? Family and friends Special event Connections with/interest in Access to summer cottage Outdoor recreation Interests Access to association-owned Financial standing The weather A number of aspects influenced decision making as regards travel in 29. Family and friends had the greatest influence, while other aspects taken into consideration included special events, interest in or connections to a place or area, access to summer cottages and outdoor recreation in general Source: Survey conducted by mmr in January 21 for the Icelandic Tourist Board

17 PLANNED TRAVELS OF ICELANDERS 21 What type of travel are Icelanders going to undertake in the near future (Jan-May 1)? Summer cottage in Iceland Visit within Iceland City/town break in Iceland The majority of those planning trips in the early part of 21 intend to travel within Iceland and either stay in a summer cottage or visit friends and acquaintances. Travel with friends in Iceland City break overseas What area is most interesting for winter travel in Iceland? Reykjanes Highlands South East North Westfjords West Capital area Northern Iceland is the area that the majority of Icelanders find most interesting for winter travel. 17 What prevents more travel in Iceland during winter? Is too expensive Work Do not have time The weather Cannot afford it No particular reason The major reason why Icelanders do not travel more in Iceland during winter is that they feel that it is too expensive, they are unable to do so due to work or they lack the time. The weather also has a negative effect on travel, as does the fact some cannot afford to travel. Lack of initiative/laziness Source: Survey conducted by mmr in January 21 for the Icelandic Tourist Board

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