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Revenue from tourism up by 6% in October 2018

Revenue from tourism reached €293,8 mn in October 2018 compared to €277,1 mn in the corresponding month of 2017, recording an increase of 6,0%, according to the results of the Passenger Survey, published on Monday by the Statistical Service.

Between January – October 2018 revenue from tourism stood at €2.56 mn compared with €2.49 mn in the corresponding period of 2017, recording an increase of 2,7%, said Cystat.

Expenditure per person reached €677,60 in October from €681,05 in the corresponding month of the previous year, a decrease of 0,5%. Expenditure per person/per day in October of 2018 compared to the same period of 2017 recorded an increase of 4,0% (from €73,23 to €76,13). The average length of stay decreased by 4,3%, from 9,3 days in October 2017 to 8,9 days in October 2018.

Expenditure per person in from January to October 2018 reached €697,54 compared to €731,63 in the corresponding period of the previous year, recording a decrease of 4,7%.

Expenditure per person/per day in the first ten months of 2018 was down by 1,5%, compared to the same period of 2017, from €77,01 to €75,82.

CNA


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