says it has experienced a “positive” rebound in bookings in recent years, with Australian bookings hitting a 16-year high.According to the company’s figures, since introducing Japanese resorts to its listings, Aussie bookings have escalated by 25 percent this year compared to 2010.Describing growth as a “very positive outcome” for the snow industry, statistics found the northern island of Hokkaido to be most popular amongst Australian skiers and boarders.“Whilst the growth on the previous year is substantial, with flights and accommodation on certain dates becoming limited throughout the traditional peak period, there’s lots of accommodation available pre Christmas and in March, when the cost of a holiday is well below the peak period,” the company said. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.Jlast_img

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