Fotoutställning - i miniformat - om Gran Canaria på Halmstad City Airport
Mångfacetterade Gran Canaria!
Mellan 27 juli till och med mitten av augusti 2021 har vi nöjet att bjuda våra resenärer på en fotoutställning - i miniformat - som visar ett mångfacetterat Gran Canaria. Fotoutställningen är i samarbete med Gran Canaria Tourist Board.
PRESSMEDDELANDE (engelska) från Gran Canaria Tourist Board Nordic
The swedish regional airport, Halmstad City Airport, hosts a photographic exhibition of the Gran Canaria Tourist Board.
Halmstad City Airport, the airport in the swedish city of Halmstad, which has seasonal charter connections with Gran Canaria during the winter season, is hosting a temporary exhibition of Gran Canarian spots with the aim of encouraging and inspiring travellers from this region in the south of Sweden to discover unique places on the island.
Through the photographic exhibition of discovery of unique places, the aim is to promote areas that are not so frequently visited by swedish tourists, as well as the spread of these locations through social networks among the younger segments of our tourists. It is also intended to promote the development of an touristic offer in line with the segments in which Gran Canaria wishes to grow, such as families or young couples.
Year after year, trends indicate a greater interest in getting to know the place they are visiting in greater depth and a great appetite for doing things. It is therefore becoming increasingly necessary to give greater prominence to alternatives that complement the sun and beach. The photo exhibition at the Swedish airport is an attempt to raise the profile of this alternative tourist offer.
The photo exhibition at Halmstad City Airport aims to increase the flow of visitors to attractions located in less frequented areas.
Halmstad Airport had 124,000 passengers in 2019. Gran Canaria is connected to this airport by seasonal charter with charteroperator TUI. The number of swedish travellers from Halmstad to Gran Canaria in the winterseason 2019-2020 was 3,603 passengers.