Travel Product Consumption
While 2015 was a banner year for U.S. leisure travel, in 2016 the purchase incidence dropped for some travel categories. With travelers taking fewer (and shorter) trips overall, most major travel products experienced a decline in purchases, though the lodging segment has remained strong. This Spotlight, a component of the U.S. Consumer Travel Report Ninth Edition series, provides a detailed analysis of U.S. leisure travelers’ purchase patterns for all major travel segments: air, hotel, car rental, vacation packages, destination activities and cruises.
Also in this series:
- U.S. Leisure Travel: Core Consumer Metrics ($495)
- U.S. Leisure Travel: Inspiration and Destinations ($495)
- U.S. Leisure Travel: Shopping and Booking ($495)
- U.S. Leisure Traveler: Loyalty ($495)
- Upscale Hotel Guests and High Income Travelers: Who Are They? ($495)
- No-Vacation Nation: Understanding Americans Who Don’t Travel for Leisure ($495)
Click here to purchase the entire U.S. Consumer Travel Report Ninth Edition series at a special, bundled price.
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