We conducted our 2022 Traveler Survey to understand the crucial questions on how the pandemic has changed consumer travel habits and patterns, what might be short-lived and what might be long-lasting shifts. We surveyed travelers from five major tourism markets — the U.S., UK, Australia, China and India — to get a global perspective as well as detailed country-specific trends.
Our first report, 2022 Travelers: A Multi-Country Survey Report, provides detailed findings on major travel components — outbound travel, accommodation, transportation, destination, and tourism activities.
In this second report of the survey, we focus on two areas that emerged from the pandemic and will shape travel in fundamental ways: sustainability and remote work. Both areas have already affected people’s lives profoundly, but there are country and demographic nuances. Understanding these nuances is crucial for starting to create programs and services that serve the appropriate groups and segments.
What You'll Learn From This Report
- Traveler attitude on sustainable travel business practice, by country, age, income and family status
- Levels of commitment for making sustainable decisions in future travel, by country, age, income and family status
- Traveler willingness to bear the cost associated with company sustainable implementations, by country, age, income and family status
- Levels of trust in travel company climate change effort, by country, age, income and family status