The majority of Americans say their holiday plans won’t be business as usual in 2020.
The ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is complicating plans for family gatherings and travel in the U.S. this winter. Sixty percent of respondents to Travelocity’s 2020 Holiday Outlook survey claim they won’t be traveling to see family and friends on Thanksgiving, Christmas and other holidays.
Of that group, 1 in 3 say they won’t
About one-fourth of respondents in a government survey in September travelled upcountry during weekends and holidays and the majority of travellers spent less than Bt5,000 on the trip.
There’s no denying that the pandemic has wreaked havoc on Brits’ travels – but how have your holiday plans been affected?
We want to hear your opinions on all things travel, so we’ve launched a brand new survey that takes just a few minutes to fill out.
With travel restrictions often changing, quarantine rules in place and some countries closing their borders completely, this year’s been rough for holidaymakers –
TORONTO, Oct. 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A recent survey commissioned by Sunwing has shown that a growing number of Canadians are ready to go on vacation. With colder days approaching and winter blues soon setting in, Canadians are dreaming of sunnier skies and warmer weather, with many set to make a safe and responsible return to the tropics. With Sunwing’s flight service resuming on November 6, 2020, travellers will
- Business related travel & leisure travel with family stood out as the 2 main factors respondents would consider travelling for, whether domestic or international.
- Respondents also displayed maximum confidence in five-star properties or other luxury suites due to their pre-existing trust in these brands or the transparency with which they showcase their sanitisation practices, assuring high standards of hygiene and safety.
InterMiles has released its maiden ‘Consumer Sentiment Index Report’
NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Sacramento is currently the most expensive city in the United States for hotel accommodations, according to the latest survey by Cheaphotels.org. However, this year’s results were heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The survey compared hotel rates across 50 urban destinations. For each destination, CheapHotels.org determined the average rate for the least expensive double room during October 2020. Only centrally located
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54% of hoteliers believe the worst of the crisis is over
63% believe business will return to sustainable levels within two years
More than a quarter report ADR above typical seasonal rates
Forbes Travel Guide releases the second of its Leading Edge of Luxury Reports, providing a global outlook from over 400 luxury establishments. The new
The pandemic-strapped hotel industry is on the brink of national collapse with Maine standing to lose two-thirds of hotels and direct lodging jobs if Congress doesn’t approve more aid soon, according to a survey released Tuesday by a national hotel association.
The state already had 4,498 fewer direct jobs in the hotel industry from the beginning of the pandemic until September due to the coronavirus and a total of 9,810
CHICAGO, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Colleges across the U.S. have taken vastly different approaches to learning right now due to COVID-19. Some campuses re-opened to students in the fall, while others opted to offer online-only classes or a mix of in-person and online coursework. The result has had profound impacts on where students learn, how they stay connected to campus and classmates, and their travel and leisure activities,
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Without a second COVID-19 stimulus bill by Congress, another 5,000 Kentucky hotel employees will lose their jobs and two-thirds of the state’s 816 hotels face foreclosure or closure, according to a new American Hotel & Lodging Association survey.
“The AHLA data confirms what we have been saying since early in the COVID economic crisis,” said Hank Philips, president/CEO of the Kentucky Travel Industry Association. “Kentucky’s
A Chevrolet-sponsored survey reveals that road trips served as Americans’ happiest moments this summer. Developed in conjunction with The Harris Poll, 80 percent of 1,000 respondents admitted that road trips were a saving grace since the COVID-19 pandemic reared its
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – A new internal survey finds nearly half of the state’s hotels and lodges may not make it another year without some financial assistance.
The numbers released by the Wisconsin Hotel & Lodging Association showed 47 percent of lodging facilities face closing within 12 months unless they receive a loan or grant assistance.
On top of that, the survey also revealed half of their pre-pandemic staff remain
MIAMI, Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Private Jet Card Comparisons has released the results of a new survey that reveals 90% of new and existing private aviation users are expecting to travel by private jet this fall. According to the survey, 51% of respondents are planning to increase their use of private aviation, with 31% reporting their companies are expanding usage of private aviation services. The survey analyzed individuals’
It’s been said that men come from Mars and women, Venus. It looks like they’re also headed in different directions when it comes to vacations here on Earth, according to insurer Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection.
Women, in general, tend to play it safer when it comes to travel planning in the age of Covid-19, according to the insurer’s sixth annual State of Travel Insurance research survey. (The fourth of 10
- The US hospitality industry is struggling to weather the coronavirus pandemic. And it’s about to see even more layoffs, according to a new report from the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA).
- A survey of 1,000 hotels conducted in mid-September found that almost 75% of hotels anticipate more layoffs before the end of the year. As it is, most hotels are operating with less than half of their pre-pandemic staff.
Results from a Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) survey revealed that affluent travelers are spurring demand for luxury vacations in 2020.
The survey, which was conducted in partnership with Liz Hall Hotel & Travel Consulting and gleaned results from 6,000 members of SLH’s INVITED loyalty program, also found that upscale travelers are willing to fly and
The world is a strange place right now with borders closed and planes grounded.
But that’s no reason to despair. Hotels and travel operators are finding new ways to keep you engaged while preparing for the eventuality of travel to resume. In that vein, we’re partnering with the Intercontinental Hotels Group, The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts and Scott Dunn for a giveaway that’s set to
The Federal Reserve has lowered interest rates over the past few months. Here’s how their actions affect you.
Nearly three-quarters of hotels will have to lay off more employees than they already have during the coronavirus pandemic if they don’t receive additional government funding, according to a new survey.
Seventy-four percent of respondents to an American Hotel & Lodging Association survey of its members said they would