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Cambridge International Examinations
Cambridge Ordinary Level

7096/12

TRAVEL AND TOURISM
Core Module

October/November 2014

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DC (NH/SW) 98996
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Hawaiian Airlines has announced the next stage in its aircraft expansion plan. They will purchase five new
Airbus A330 aircraft for delivery by 2015.
All of Hawaiian Airlines’ new A330s will carry a total of 294 passengers in economy and business classes.
This is 30 more passengers per aircraft than its current fleet of 16 Boeing 767 aircraft. The new A330s are
more fuel-efficient than the Boeing 767s and have a longer operating range. This allows Hawaiian Airlines to
open new non-stop routes between Hawaii and destinations in all of North America and eastern Asia.
Hawaiian Airlines has used its fleet of new A330s to meet increased consumer demand for its services to
Honolulu from Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco and from Tokyo. The airline will also use A330 aircraft
for its daily non-stop New York City to Honolulu service and on new routes to Brisbane in Australia and
Auckland in New Zealand.

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Fig. 3 for Question 3
In 2010 Yosemite received 4 047 880 visitors, which was the largest number of visitors to the park since 1996.
Summer Visitor Survey

82% of visitors were US residents; 69% of those were from California, and 4% were from Texas.

18% of visitors were international visitors. Of those, 23% were from the United Kingdom, 11% from
France, 9% from Holland and 7% from Japan.

19% of respondents had visited Yosemite National Park at least twice in the past 12 months.

48% of respondents were visiting Yosemite National Park for the first time.

60% of respondents listed ‘sightseeing or taking a scenic drive’ as their main activity and 20% listed
‘hiking’, while 7% listed ‘climbing’ and ‘canoeing’.

74% of respondents travelled to the park in a private vehicle and 2% arrived by bicycle.

Yosemite National Park has 13 popular campgrounds, of which up to seven are run on a reservation
system. From April through to September, reservations are essential and even the first-come,
first-served campgrounds often fill by noon from May through to September.

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Arctic Circle

Continent B
San Francisco
Tropic of Cancer

Cairo

Tokyo

Equator
Ocean C

River Amazon
Tropic of Capricorn
Rio de Janeiro

Auckland

Antarctic Circle
0

3000 km

Continent A
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© Image JDS and text adapted from - http://www.nps.gov/yose/parkmgmt/statistics.htm

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