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The GMTI tracks the health and growth of Muslim-friendly travel destinations in four strategic areas: Access, communications, environment and services.
Other divisions shared that the GMTI was very efectve in the simulation, and with practice, an analyst could detect clear paterns and indicators.
Large costs can also be linked to the efforts that developers had to undergo while trying to design a single, large satellite to perform GMTI. Small constellations require lightweight materials, large apertures, and a large field of view, resulting in huge satellite designs that require expensive, heavy-lift rockets to launch.
Consistent with the DMTR 2018's forecasts, the GMTI 2018 bares that the Halal travel market will continue its fast-paced growth to reach $300 billion by 2026.
Research from the GMTI 2018 report reveals that the top ten Muslim inbound destinations in the 57-member OIC included Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Malaysia, the UAE, Bahrain, Morocco Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Tunisia, and Jordan.
All 130 destinations in the GMTI 2018 have been ranked against a backdrop of criteria with some new metrics added for this year's research including the Crescent Rating Growth-Innovation Model.
This May, the GMTI predicted that the Muslim travel market will be worth $220 billion by 2020 and $300 billion by 2026, spurred by Muslim-friendly amenities and easy access to travel information.
This is expected to grow to 168 million travellers in 2020, spending over $200 billion (Dh734 billion), according to the Muslim Travel Index (GMTI) 2016 report from MasterCard and CrescentRating, published last March.
The MasterCard-CrescentRating Global Muslim Travel Index (GMTI) 2016, the most comprehensive research that has been released on the sector, revealed that in 2015, there were 117 million Muslim travellers representing 10% of the entire travel economy.
The MasterCard-Crescent Rating Global Muslim Travel Index (GMTI) 2016 saw the UAE move up one spot from last year to take the second position behind Malaysia.
"One of the biggest trends we are seeing is non-OIC destinations making a concerted effort to attract the Muslim tourists, and they now represent over 63% of the destinations covered in the GMTI," said Crescent Rating and Halal Trip chief executive officer Fazal Bahardeen.
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