Travel Survey Aims to Capture Top Trends of Today's Travelers

PRNewswire | October 24, 2019

Travel Survey Aims to Capture Top Trends of Today's Travelers
Whether it is air travel dilemmas from cramped seats to baggage fees, travel influences or dream vacations, Travel Leaders Group's recently launched annual Travel Trends Survey seeks to gather responses from thousands of consumers and travel advisors to gauge the pulse of travel headed into 2020. The survey (bit.ly/33zYFVP), open to all consumers, is being promoted via social media and in emails directly to various travel agency clients. It includes an announcement that participants have the chance to be entered into a drawing for one of six $50 gift cards for completing the survey.

Spotlight

While many people already go on holiday to seek freedom from their everyday lives, traveling up to 200 miles after landing at an airport is when the holiday really begins and when British holidaymakers truly feel ‘care free’, according to new research released by car hire broking company, Auto Europe.

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Spotlight

While many people already go on holiday to seek freedom from their everyday lives, traveling up to 200 miles after landing at an airport is when the holiday really begins and when British holidaymakers truly feel ‘care free’, according to new research released by car hire broking company, Auto Europe.