Current research shows that consumer sentiment toward traveling will continue to improve throughout the year, but that’s subject to change depending on a variety of factors, including a potential second wave of the virus in the fall that could make people more cautious to travel again.
What is clear, however, is that consumers are more likely to plan domestic trips than international ones for at least the rest of 2020.
When GlobalWebIndex asked US internet users in mid-May about what types of vacations they planned to take in the next 12 months, 46% said a domestic vacation, and 20% said a “staycation” in their local area.
Roughly one in 10 respondents cited either short-haul or long-haul international vacations, compared with just 6% for cruises. Read the rest at eMarketer.