Global / Facts & Stats

From MMGY Travel Intelligence …

COVID-19 impacts show that U.S. traverlers feel safest traveling in their cars rather than flying or taking a train.

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From BVA BDRC COVID-19 U.S. Sentiment and Purchasing Intent Survey …

36 percent of Americans believe that life will not return to “normal” until 2021, however two-thirds say they will engage in at least one out-of-home activity in the upcoming weeks.

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From World Travel & Tourism Council…

Prolonged travel restrictions could wipe out $5.54 trillion in the sector’s contribution to global GDP, equating to a 62 percent drop compared with 2019, if these restrictions aren’t lifted until after summer.

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According to AAA, 42 million Americans were on the road this Memorial Day (2018). This is a 5% increase from last year, despite higher gas prices this year. 

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In 2017, nearly 114 million people traveled to Illinois and boosted $1.1 billion to the state’s economy.

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