U.S. Consumer Travel 2022: Shopping and Booking
In 2021, the U.S. travel industry finally showed signs of life again, with consumers glad to take travel opportunities as they arose. When planning, shoppers turned away from pandemic-era considerations, focusing more on travel style and budget-related concerns. Across the board, age demographics played a significant role in influencing how shopping and booking took place, with younger travelers much more likely to reach outside of their comfort zones, and to make ecologically-conscious decisions.
Part of the U.S. Consumer Travel Report 2022 series, this report provides baseline data and analysis on U.S. travel demand and traveler considerations going forward, serving as a benchmark as travel companies navigate the recovery.
Key topics addressed include:
- An overview of changing U.S. booking behaviors, by key segment
- Breakdown of travel browsing and booking behaviors by age cohort
- Analysis of preferred booking channels
- Consumer purchasing behaviors and expectations surrounding sustainability
- Methods of sharing trip experiences
Phocuswright’s U.S. Consumer Travel 2022: Shopping and Booking is available for purchase as a standalone report for $495. For more on the U.S. traveler landscape, this report is also available as part of the U.S. Consumer Travel Report 2022 series. This updated collection of reports provides a range of data and analysis on key aspects of U.S. consumer travel behavior and intentions. All of the following are included with the purchase of the series:
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