As the reports grow of the delta variant’s decrease in cases, its impact on key Travel Sentiment Indicators is fading, taking them close to levels not seen since earlier in the summer, reports Longwoods International President & CEO Amir Eylon. Here are his insights into the findings prepared for HSMAI.
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According to the latest Longwoods International tracking study of American travelers, despite initial hopes, leisure travel this fall and holiday period is not expected to rebound significantly. Get insights on the findings prepared by CEO Amir Eylon for HSMAI.
According to the latest Longwoods International tracking study of American travelers, a quarter are postponing travel because of the recent increased spread of the Delta variant of COVID-19. Insights from Amir Eylon, President and CEO.
Amadeus is seeing continued positive momentum in hospitality based on hotel occupancy for Memorial Day weekend.
According to their latest consumer research, Fuel says, “We’ve already seen a giant boom in some markets over the last 6 weeks of people booking hotel rooms. Some properties are seeing more than double the revenue booked online compared to 2019. The data in this survey shows that people are ready NOW to research, book, and travel in the very near future. ” Hear insights into the findings prepared for HSMAI by Melissa Kavanaugh, Fuel’s Director of Analytics.
According to the latest Longwoods International tracking study of American travelers, 87% now have travel plans in the next six months, the highest level since early March 2020. Amir Eylon, President and CEO provides insights on the findings for HSMAI.
Carolyn Corda, Chief Marketing Officer, ADARA, provides HSMAI insights on their latest traveler trend findings in this video, including improvement in business travel bookings.
“Travel planning continues to accelerate as improving pandemic and vaccine data is released,” said Amir Eylon, President and CEO of Longwoods International. See his insights for HSMAI.
According to the latest Longwoods International tracking study of American travelers, 81% plan to travel in the next six months, an increase of 16 percentage points since mid-January and the highest level since the beginning of the pandemic last March. CEO Amir Ayton provides insights for HSMAI.
Fuel provides HSMAI exclusive insights into the impact of a Covid vaccine on the intention to travel, finding that 60-70% of people said that some form of the vaccination being administered would improve the likelihood of booking a vacation in the next 6 months.