2012 Q3: Air Arrivals Up, Cruise/Spending Down

January 14, 2013

Air arrivals increased during the third quarter of 2012 while cruise arrivals and visitor spending decreased, according to the Quarterly Bulletin of Statistics released today.

Air arrivals increased by 1.2% compared to the same quarter of 2011, while air passengers spent an estimated $119.2 million during the third quarter of 2012, a decrease of $1.8 million year-over-year.

During the 2012 third quarter, cruise ship passengers to Bermuda fell 4.3%. Expenditure by cruise visitors on local goods and services was $37.9 million — which is 2.6% or $1 million less than the same quarter in 2011.

Total sales revenue for the hotel industry fell 5.5% to $78.4 million. There were 2,579 workers employed in the hotel industry at the end of July 2012, which was 70 fewer workers compared to last year.

The full report is below [PDF here]:

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  1. it's just a game says:

    Tony,,,I see st888 thru you you have no other interest at heart but your own,,,,disco nites

  2. Xman says:

    I find that a lot of Cruise Ship passenger Visitors have been eating in the Restaurants,Cafe’s last year.
    Every time I went to my favorite spot Angeline’s in St.Georges run by Mr.Wesley Furbert it was crowded with
    Cruise Ship Tourist as many other restaurants in the area.
    The Tourist want a taste of Bermudian Cuisine- not buying gifts like they used to especially if there going to find items made in China on back – of some of them.