Adventure brand shares encouraging industry data ahead of the Travel & Adventure Show
To understand the latest shifts in travel expectations, attitudes and behaviors – as well as the sustainability of those shifts – PwC surveyed more than 1,300 US consumers in April 2021 and compared the results to earlier surveys conducted in April and August of 2020. Most respondents to our latest survey told us they have at least one flight and/or an overnight stay planned for business or leisure within the next 12 months
Latin America, including Central America and some Caribbean destinations, is gearing up for a hot and spicy Christmas this year as international travellers seek some respite in the sun during the Northern Hemisphere winter. However, youd be surprised to learn which global origin markets are behind this subtle reactivation!
Net industry losses are expected to reduce to $11.6 billion in 2022 after a $51.8 billion loss in 2021 (worsened from the $47.7 billion loss estimated in April). Net 2020 loss estimates have been revised to $137.7 billion (from $126.4 billion). Adding these up, total industry losses in 2020-2022 are expected to reach $201 billion.
Vaccines and Reopen Borders Driving Tourisms Recovery
Boston is the most expensive city in the U.S. for accommodation, according to a survey by Cheaphotels.org. The survey compared hotel rates across 50 destinations based on prices during the month of October 2021.
Governments' Response to Delta Variant Slams August Domestic Traffic Demand
Meaningful Connections, A Comfortable Bed & Even Alone Time
As things get back to normal, Wise study finds that among 82% of those surveyed, international travel is something they're looking forward to the most
The total number of flights operated in July 2021 reached 86% of pre-pandemic levels with 605,508 flights operated in July 2021 compared with 702,876 flights operated in July 2019. Flights operated in July 2021 were 65% more than the 367,933 flights operated in July 2020.