A Positive Outlook For Holiday Travel

According to the latest Longwoods International tracking study of American travellers, 92% of them have travel plans in the next six months, and 33% of them plan to spend more on holiday travel this year compared to a year ago.

The tracking study also reports that only 16% of travellers plan to spend less on holiday travel this year, while 52% expect their holiday travel spending to be comparable to last year.

Amir Eylon, President and CEO of Longwoods International, said that: “The strong demand for travel continues as we look forward to the holiday travel season. Fears of recession, inflation, rising gas prices and a new COVID-19 spike have not slowed consumer desire to travel.”

As well, Longwoods International also found that 20% of travellers say spending time with their immediate family and children is the primary motivation for their leisure trips.

Other leisure travel motivators include 19% of travelers wanting new experiences, 18% looking for fun, 17% seek rest and relaxation, and 16% travel to spend time with friends and relatives.

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