A Systematic Literature Review on Air Transport and Tourism: Analysis from 54 Journals During the Period 2000-2014
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Today's tourism industry is not possible without air transport, modern airports infrastructure, efficient and safe airline services and worldwide air transport networks. According to the WTO report (2006), 40% of the international tourists now travel by air. The main purpose of this paper is to review the literature of air transport and tourism research. A systematic literature review (SLR) method was used to analyse relevant articles from 54 ABDC list journals ranked A*, A or B, published in period 2000-2014. This paper provides a summary of the trends and research themes identified. Key researchers, as well as their institutions and geographical locations are also mapped. The findings have shown a growing interest in researching and publishing on this subject. The use of SLR has allowed areas for future studies to be identified.
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