Published on Tuesday, August 29, 2017 Ten most important issues for tourism 2018. In exploring these Build back better post Covid 19. While both state tourism and transportation offices believe there needs to be more investment in transportation resources to support tourism, all respondents believe that the tourism industry is not engaged enough in transportation decision-making. The 21 items were identified in research conducted at the November 1998 World Travel Market in London and are being reproduced here for the ben-efit of PATA members: 1. Issues facing the travel and tourism industry. Brazil has significant challenges in tourism transport that are derived not only from the sheer size of the country, but also the regimes of investment and distribution of government roles and responsibilities for transport. the importance of transportation to tourism development. In the aviation sector, a forecast found that by 2032 the world’s airlines will need 460,000 additional pilots and 650,000 new maintenance technicians to service current and future aircraft. The transport cost model has become popular in examining the impacts of transport system in the context of tourism management. This balancing act will manifest itself strongly as the following 21 critical issues and trends play out throughout the travel and tourism industry in the 21st century. The “Transport Cost Model” In more recent years, the role of transport in event tourism started to draw more attention in the tourism research. As in all tourism-related sectors, cyclical labour shortages can significantly impact the transportation industry. 2.3.1. Transportation has been an integral part of the tourism industry; transportation links tourists with various tourist attractions. The economic issues of transport system at event destination. Commentators, environmentalists, airline bosses and people like me who run travel companies are being asked about the ‘future of tourism’ post COVID-19. general transportation policy making, and more specific issues related to project planning and implementation. We rarely, if ever, ask the views of local residents. Last month we examined some of the challenges facing the tourism industry in 2016. The future of tourism. Tourism is responsible for nearly one tenth of the world's carbon emissions. The problem starts right there.