The graph gives information about the visits from France and North America for holiday and business.
The two line charts illustrates the changes of number of visits from France and North America to United Kingdom for business and holiday respectively.
It can be seen from the first chart that holiday visits to UK from North American showed an upward trend before July, rising from only approximately 0.6 million to 3 million. After that time, that figure presented a completely opposite trend and plummeted rapidly to 0.5 million in December. The number of French visitors shared a similar but much more moderate pattern, during which time the figure rose slightly from 1 million in January to 1.5 million in July before declining to the starting point in December.
As for business visits, the difference between the number of French travelers and that of North American travelers was relatively small and constant. The figure of France fluctuated between 0.1 million and 0.2milion while that of North America moved between 0.2 million and 0.35 million.
Overall, more North American travelers visit United Kingdom than French visitors for both travel and business purposes.