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Malte attire un nombre record de 62,185 touristes des États-Unis et du Canada en 2018

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Les statistiques publiées par l'Office national des statistiques de Malte pour le tourisme récepteur pour 2018 montrent que la popularité de Malte sur le marché nord-américain est toujours à la mode.

Le député. Konrad Mizzi, ministre du Tourisme de Malte, a noté que les États-Unis étaient l'un des marchés touristiques à la croissance la plus rapide pour Malte, enregistrant une augmentation spectaculaire de 31.9% de 2017 à 2018, avec un total de 47,170 visiteurs américains. L'augmentation du Canada en 2018 était de 6.6% (15,015 Canadiens), portant le total des arrivées en 2018 en provenance d'Amérique du Nord (États-Unis et Canada) à un record de 62,185. Cet archipel ensoleillé de la Méditerranée a enregistré au total 2.6 millions de visiteurs (+ 14.3% entre 2017 et 2018), amenant à Malte un nombre record de touristes du monde entier.

Malta is turning into one of the Mediterranean’s top all season destinations due to its success in developing a multitude of off-peak events, and mild year round warm, sunny climate. According to Michelle Buttigieg, MTA Representative for North America, “although the dramatic increase in 2018 is due in large part to the yearlong celebrations of Malta’s Capital, Valletta, as the 2018 European capital of Culture, Malta also has a rich and diverse annual calendar of festivals and events that continue to attract visitors for the off-season.”

Buttigieg continued, “if the overwhelming number of people stopping at the Malta Booth last month at the January 2019 New York Times Travel Show is any indication, this market will continue to boom.” The MTA is very proactive in North America, both with travel industry organizations such as the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), and Virtuoso, a network of luxury travel agents.

Buttigieg further stated, “MTA has also garnered major publicity in the US and Canada because of its proactive work with prominent journalists and social media influencers.” Buttigieg added, “an important part of Malta’s appeal to the North American traveler is that English is an official language, and that Malta is a safe, peaceful, and stable EU democracy.”