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Travel Daily, the online resource for travel professionals, has reported that Australians have become an important group of visitors to the Principality.
Regional Director of the Monaco Tourism and Convention Bureau (DTC), Alison Roberts-Brown, said that Australian visitors were now in the top ten in terms of the origin of visitors.
“When we started our job here in around 2010 we were number 40, now Australia is around number nine for arrivals into Monaco,” she said.
The DTC continues to be very proactive in promoting the Principality across the world, particularly in Asia and in the Americas, north and south. While convention and incentive travel is performing well, the DTC’s presentations also draw attention to the range of cultural attractions in Monaco.
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SNPL, the biggest of the three unions supporting the movement, has said that 57 percent of its members polled favour the stoppage. The dispute centres on working conditions, weekend and shift work, rather than salaries.
Hop! operates 600 daily flights to about 50 destinations and carried more than 13 million passengers in 2016.