HSMAI Customer Insight: Millions of Travelers Planning Trips to See Eclipse | Longwoods

According to the latest Longwoods International tracking study of American travelers, 14% of them plan to travel at least 50 miles from home to view the solar eclipse on April 8th.  “For those destinations which will experience a total solar eclipse, they should expect a significant boost in visitation around the eclipse,” said Amir Eylon, President and CEO of Longwoods International.

The outlook for travel in 2024 remains strong, with 93% of travelers planning trips during the next six months, the highest level in a year. On their next trips, 64% plan to travel by car to a U.S. destination, while 25% plan to travel by air in the U.S.  For 7% of travelers, their next trip is to a foreign destination. Additional insights for HSMAI from Amir Eylon:


Read the full report: American Travel Sentiment Study – Wave 83: Millions of Travelers Planning Trips to See Eclipse

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