2011 has arguably been a rough year for international travel.
From the start of 2011, the Arab Spring revolutions have deterred travel to Tunisia and Egypt. Japan, too, is still waiting for its tourism sector to fully recover after the country was struck by an earthquake and tsunami.
Natural disasters and revolts aside, it was already assumed that the global economic climate would have an effect on travel. So, how did 2011 fare?
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