Here are the insights from our 13th weekly pulse survey of nearly 6,000 travellers across the world, as well as key market trends. Traveller confidence takes a slight dip
Welcome to the first in a new series where we shine a spotlight on some of our most interesting strategic partnerships.
These are the insights from our 12th weekly pulse survey of nearly 6,000 travellers across the world, as well as key trends from key markets.
Global traveller anxiety is at its lowest point since lockdown began, but still remains high. As the world nears the midpoint of 2020, we’re sharing a unique snapshot of attitudes and behaviours towards future travel.
These are the insights from our 10th weekly pulse survey of over 6,000 travellers across the world, as well as key trends from key markets.
As lockdown restrictions begin to ease, we’re seeing more searches for domestic travel than international travel in the short-term.
There's growing consumer appetite for domestic travel and exploring regional travel bubbles following government proposals around the world to kick-start the industry.
As green shoots of recovery begin to appear, how does the travel industry safely re-open its doors?
Between April 22 and May 5, we conducted an in-depth survey of over 2,200 people across the UK, US and Australia, to reveal key considerations when booking travel in the future as a result of Covid-19.
From February to April, we listened to the public across social media to understand how they were feeling about travel during and after the crisis.