It provides comprehensive analysis of the trends in the airline, hotel, car rental and travel intermediaries industries, with values for both the 20092013 review period and the 20142018 forecast period Reasons To Buy Take strategic business decisions using historic and forecast market data related to the Indonesian travel and tourism sector. Understand the demand-side dynamics within the Indonesian travel and tourism sector, along with key market trends and growth opportunities. Key Highlights As domestic tourists are dependent on air travel within the Indonesian archipelago, the number of domestic air travelers is expected to record significant growth in 2014. In total, 12 new airports were built in 2013 and a further 12 are planned for development by 2015.
The expansion of new routes by domestic carriers has revived more opportunities for domestic tourism and has opened up locations such Bat, Band Lamming and Labial Baja to more frequent visits. Guard Indonesia launched flights to many destinations in Eastern Indonesia using smaller aircraft. Guard is currently flying from Bali to Kimono Airport at Labial Baja in Floors, from Deadener to Labial Baja and Tambala, from Deadener to BEMA and Mater in West Unsuspecting, Deadener to Mater and BEMA routes starting December 2013. In November 2013, Guard Indonesia began providing immigration services for its passengers on its Congratulations flights.
According to the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PRI), at least 45,000 new hotel rooms will open in 2013, an addition of 30,000 rooms, compared to 15,000 in 2012. Around 36 budget and upscale hotels were launched in 2013 in Jakarta, adding 3,000 new rooms. Popular hotel brands such as Ibis Budget, Pop! Hotel, Fathomed, Marts, Tune and Whiz are constructing budget hotels primarily in Meeting, Keyboard Barb, Estimated, Thiamin and Keenan. Indonesian largest travel and tour companies Panorama and Captivating plan to inaugurate 10 new properties each in 2014 and 2020 respectively. Panoramas projects will range from budget to upscale hotels in Java and Bali, while
Captivating will build hospitality and apartment properties. Indonesian car rental market is still in a development phase. Excluding major cities, renting a car is not a common practice for domestic tourists. Upper- and upper-middle-income families use their own cars, while middle- and lower-income families generally use trains or buses as they are cheaper. Leisure car rentals accounted for 57. 1% of the markets total value in 2013, and expected to increase at a CARR of 6. 98% over the forecast period. Many Indonesian travel intermediaries use a computerized reserved system CARS) provided by OPT Abacus Indonesia, a Joint venture of Guard Indonesia and Abacus Singapore.