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Title: Transport lotniczy w obsłudze polskich touroperatorów – część II -Air transport in the servicing of Polish tour operators – Part II


Taylor, Zbigniew (1946– ) ; Ciechański, Ariel

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Przegląd Geograficzny T. 87 z. 4 (2015)



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W obsłudze zorganizowanego ruchu turystycznego, zwłaszcza w zagranicznej turystyce wyjazdowej, szczególną rolę odgrywa transport lotniczy. W części I artykułu (Taylor i Ciechański, 2015) przedstawiono charakterystykę liczbową pasażerów i operacji w polskich portach lotniczych, a także największych przewoźników regularnych, obsługujących między innymi zorganizowane przeloty turystyczne. W części II artykułu charakteryzuje się przewoźników czarterowych oraz główne kierunki lotniczych przelotów czarterowych z Polski w 2012 r. Typowo wypoczynkowy charakter większości wyjazdów w rejon Morza Śródziemnego i sąsiednich akwenów sprawia, że dominującą rolę w przewozach odgrywają przeloty czarterowe. Stosunkowo niewielkie jest natomiast wykorzystanie połączeń niskokosztowych, które obsługują inne segmenty rynku lotniczego*.


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Central Library of Geography and Environmental Protection. Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization PAS

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Programme Innovative Economy, 2010-2014, Priority Axis 2. R&D infrastructure ; European Union. European Regional Development Fund



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