Figures from the International Passenger Survey have revealed that the UK benefited from a 14 percent increase in visitor numbers compared with February last year, and the increased visitor volume also contributed to a 9 percent increase in visitor spend, taking the total to over GBP1 billion for the first time ever in February.
What does IPS stand for?
IPS stands for International Passenger Survey
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- International Placement Services (est. 1981)
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The latest statistics from the International Passenger Survey (IPS) reveal that the number of people visiting London in 2010 grew for the first time since 2006, with 14.
The latest figures from the International Passenger Survey (IPS) reveal that the number of people visiting London in 2010 grew for the first time since 2006, with 14.
Long-term emigration fell 13 percent to 371,000 last year from 427,000 in 2008, the provisional data from the Long Term International Migration (LTIM) and the International Passenger Survey (IPS) showed.
The figures are based on Office for National Statistics' international passenger surveys in which 200,000 travellers were questioned between 2006 and 2009.