A model of multidestination travel

Implications for marketing strategies

H. Morisugi, Iis Tussyadiah, T. Kono

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Resumé

Because tourists derive utility from the enjoyment of destination characteristics, Lancaster's approach is putatively appropriate to address the particular structure of the tourism industry. Most research efforts regarding tourism destination, including those applying Lancaster's model, specifically address the choice of a single destination. This article is intended to explain multiple destination choice using Lancaster's characteristics model and a discussion of model implications of some marketing strategies for destinations as well as for tour operators. The model developed herein explains that packages of multiple destinations can create preferable combinations of characteristics for certain travelers. Furthermore, the model provides useful strategies for tour operators in combining destinations into a travel menu or package.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftJournal of Travel Research
Vol/bind44
Udgave nummer4
Sider (fra-til)407-417
ISSN0047-2875
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2006

Fingeraftryk

marketing
Marketing
travel
tourism
Tourism
tourist
Destination
Marketing strategy
industry
Industry
Tour operators

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Morisugi, H. ; Tussyadiah, Iis ; Kono, T. / A model of multidestination travel : Implications for marketing strategies. I: Journal of Travel Research. 2006 ; Bind 44, Nr. 4. s. 407-417.
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