U.S. Consumer Travel 2021: Shopping and Booking
In 2020, U.S. leisure travel plummeted as a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic. In concert with the unprecedented industry shrink, those who did opt to travel planned their trips differently. With a longer research stage and more all-online bookings,
U.S. consumers made significant changes to their shopping behaviors.
Part of the U.S. Consumer Travel Report 2021 series, this report provides key data and insights on U.S. traveler planning and purchasing trends, essential information for travel companies navigating the recovery.
Also in this series:
- U.S. Consumer Travel 2021: An Overview
- 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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