U.S. Consumer Travel 2020: Core Consumer Metrics
In 2019, U.S. leisure travel jumped five percentage points, as the population expanded to match the highest point in the past decade. Leisure travelers took more frequent trips and average household travel spend climbed as well.
However, 2020 will tell a different story as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic plays out across all travel segments and traveler demographics. Part of the U.S. Consumer Travel Report 2020 series, this report provides baseline data on travel demand and traveler aspirations through 2019, serving as a touchpoint as travel companies navigate the recovery.
Also in this series:
- U.S. Consumer Travel 2020: Travel Product Consumption
- U.S. Consumer Travel 2020: Shopping and Booking (coming soon)
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