For the most part, June seems to be a month of continued recovery for the U.S. travel industry, as a result of many states lifting restrictions and resuming business as usual. According to our June U.S. travel tracker survey, 33% of Americans traveled in June, up from 24% in May.
However, the promise has already proven to be a false one. With soaring new coronavirus cases, the states that were opening too soon are re-imposing restrictions. We expect to see deeper declines as a result in the following months.
In this report, we highlight new trends in travel incidences, consumer sentiments and future travel intents distilled from our June Travel Tracker survey.
What You'll Learn From This Report
- Travel incidences Jan – June 2020
- June travel highlights
- COVID-19 impacted travel Feb – June 2020
- Changing consumer sentiments on the economic outlook Feb – July 2020
- Changing consumer intent on future travel April – July 2020