- Inbound flight bookings from Europe Visitors to the US increased by 67%
- U.S. hotel bookings by U.K. travelers surged 382%
- European hotel bookings by US travelers increased 111%
London, November 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Booking data from international one-stop travel service provider Trip.com shows how transatlantic travel grew last year.
A year after the United States reopened its borders to international global travelers, Trip.com has witnessed a travel boom. October 2021 To October 2022.
US hotel bookings by UK travelers increased 382% over the 12 months, while European hotel bookings by US travelers increased 111%.
On the other hand, flight reservations Europe Travel to the US increased by 67%. This demonstrates the enduring appeal of the US despite the pandemic and the resurgence of demand for long-distance travel.
Andy WashingtonEMEA General Manager of Trip.com Group said:
“Despite the depreciation of the pound relative to the US dollar, America continues to attract large numbers of Britons eager to explore. North America And reunite with friends and family. “
rich sunGeneral Manager, Americas, Trip.com Group said: Europeas evidenced by Trip.com data showing US-to-Europe hotel bookings surged 111%.
“European destinations are becoming more attractive to U.S. vacationers and business travelers looking to cash in on favorable exchange rates.”
Average booking value for flights from Europe to the United States October 2021.
About routes from Europe to the United States, New York was the top performing destination, on flights from London, Paris, milan, MadridWhen Barcelona ranked in the top 5, Manchester-New York as the sixth most popular booked flight route among Europe and the United States.
More than a third of travelers book flights from Europe Visitors to the US were from the UK (39%). Spain 2nd place (17%), Italy 3rd (14%), 4th France (12%) and Germany 5th place (11%).
The most popular US cities for European flyers are: New Yorkfollowed by Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco When Orlando.
On average, the number of Britons booking US hotels increased by 18% each month last year.
New York The most popular cities for British travelers to book are: Las Vegas in second place, Los Angeles Third, Orlando fourth and Miami in the fifth position.
The average amount Americans book in European hotels has increased by nearly a quarter (23%) last year.
The UK was the most popular European country for hotel and flight bookings by US travelers.
Paris was the most popular European destination for hotel bookings by US travelers. London When Rome.
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