U.S. Consumer Travel 2021: An Overview
In 2020, U.S. leisure travel plummeted as a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic. The industry shrank significantly, in stark contrast with the expansive growth and record setting experienced in the few years prior. Leisure travelers took fewer trips
and average household travel spend declined for the first time in years.
2021 paints a polarized picture, featuring both hesitancy and a strong desire to resume travel. The impact of the coronavirus pandemic affects all travel segments and traveler demographics, but in distinct ways. Part of the U.S. Consumer Travel Report 2021 series, this report provides baseline data on U.S. travel demand and traveler considerations going forward, serving as a benchmark as travel companies navigate the recovery.
Also in this series (coming soon):
- U.S. Consumer Travel 2021: Shopping and Booking
- U.S. Consumer Travel 2021: Travel Product Consumption
- Get all three reports when you purchase U.S. Consumer Travel 2021 (Series)
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