VALENCIA, Spain — Japanese outbound travel increased by 4.1% from January to mid-March compared to 2016, but travel to Guam decreased by 27.6%, according to data released on March 22 on ForwardKeys.com, provided by Spain-based Forward Data S.L., which predicts future travel patterns by analyzing 14 million booking transactions a day.
“Japanese arrivals to Guam declined significantly while Northeast Asian destinations — China, South . . .
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