U.S. Leisure Travel: Core Consumer Metrics
Following a year in which leisure travel incidence finally surpassed pre-recession levels, the U.S. leisure travel market shifted into reverse in 2016. Overall leisure travel declined for most age groups, and international travel dipped as well. But despite the pullback, significant bright spots remained. A key component of the U.S. Consumer Travel Report Ninth Edition series, this Spotlight examines the incidence of travel among U.S. adults, with a focus on trip frequency, length and overall travel spend.
Also in this series:
- U.S. Leisure Travel: Inspiration and Destinations ($495)
- U.S. Leisure Travel: Shopping and Booking ($495)
- Travel Product Consumption ($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)
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