Expectation and Perception of Participants towards Young Pilots Camp: A Case Study of Chinese Youth

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Project Title  :  Expectation and Perception of Participants towards Young Pilots Camp: A Case Study of Chinese Youth
By                  :  Tanitta Tubtim, Dr.Nunthira Phukhaw
Advisor          :  Dr.Nunthira Phukhaw
Degree           :  Bechelor of Arts in Tourism Studies
Major             :  Tourism Studies
Faculty          :  Liberal Arts
Semester / Academic year   :  3 /2016


Abstract

This project is to study about expectation and perception of participants towards Young Pilots Camp : A case study of Chinese youth. To gather information, the researcher distributed questionnaires to 21 Chinese youth and used descriptive statistic in relation to percentage, mean and standard deviation.

The result showed that 52.38% are women. The participants age between 11-15 are major respondents. The factor that the participants expect for is about the reliability towards staff of Thai Airways followed by personalized service. The perception of participants is highly based on the reliability towards staff of Thai Airways. Therefore, the expectation and perception of participants are coherent. In summary, this study could use for further development of Young Pilots Camp to support activities participated by foreigners.

 

Keywords:  Expectation, Perception and Young Pilots Camp.


Expectation and Perception of Participants towards Young Pilots Camp: A Case Study of Chinese Youth

Faculty of Liberal Arts, Siam University, Thailand
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