Many Britons are concerned about booking trips unless they’re in the distant future. But there are ways that travel firms can target their marketing to reach a willing audience, says YouGov’s Amelia Brophy
Londoners are more likely to feel comfortable on the Overground than the Underground
A similar number of Welsh people feel the same way
YouGov CultureIndex shows that social distancing, hand-cleaning facilities, and mandatory masks are the most popular measures venues can take to make visitors feel comfortable again
Fewer than a third of people in Britain, France, Germany, Denmark and Sweden would still continue with their holiday plans if they had to quarantine on their return
The number of people who would not feel safe travelling by plane has increased significantly since early June, despite COVID-19 lockdown beginning to ease, signalling that it could be some time before travel rebounds to previous levels
Chinese and American tourists are even less welcome
With some parts of the world now breaking free of the pandemic-related shackles, many people’s thoughts are turning to a well-earned holiday.
Only a tiny fraction think newcomers should be allowed to enter the UK without undergoing a period of isolation
Flybe’s competitors are facing increasing pressure from the coronavirus outbreak, and have a lot to gain from its collapse
This month, On the Beach achieved the highest uplift in Ad Awareness of any brand in the UK.
Holiday firm Thomas Cook collapsed this week after 178 years, despite pleas for a Government bail-out. The news triggered the largest ever peacetime repatriation to bring home 150,000 stranded holidaymakers.
We are the country with the most negative view of its own tourists
The holiday plans of thousands of Britons have been put at risk by the threat of strikes by British Airways and Ryanair staff.
Most common reason is simply just a lack of interest
Survey of 23 countries has found surprisingly moderate attitudes on subjects such as immigration
With increasing uncertainty on the horizon people are saving more, seeking better deals on mortgages and insurance and cutting down on takeaways and shopping – but they refuse to sacrifice holidays
Earlier this month CEO of budget airline Ryanair, Michael O’Leary, announced he would be stepping back from the day-to-day running of the airline.
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Multinational telecommunications and consumer electronics brand, Huawei, has been the subject of both technological and national headlines since 2018. Whilst the brand saw positive shifts following the release of its two flagship series, the P and the Mate, and the emergence of a new challenger to Western powerhouse tech brands, there have also been more negative stories surrounding network security, Huawei’s CFO and tense relations between North America and China.