set-jetting


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set-jetting

n
(Non-sporting Hobbies) the practice of visiting places used as locations in feature films
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It is a handy and fun way for people to enjoy a set-jetting holiday in Scotland, to follow in the footsteps of the stars and to find out why this country has inspired generations of film-makers.
Set-jetting - holidaying in countries and locations where films are shot - is not a new phenomenon.
Other trends we are predicting for 2014 include creative collaborations, local life, spirit of adventure and set-jetting.
The film was released on Friday and Jenny Steele of VisitScotland said: "Film tourism - or set-jetting, - is an important market for us.
With set-jetting an ever more popular pastime, I'm sure even more people will be inspired to come to the Highlands.
Sir Richard Branson's airline started daily flights from Heathrow to Mumbai last month and reckons tourists are heading there for movie industry set-jetting and studio tours.
I think set-jetting may be part of a broader trend - we have more access to celebrities than ever before and that is reflected in a growing desire to visit the parts of the world they make famous.