Sumary of Brits prepare post-lockdown splurge on trips abroad – ‘this holiday will be extra special’:
- After the Government decision to allow international leisure travel again, research by Easyjet has revealed that the average Briton hasn’t been on holiday for more than 630 days..
- The majority of Britons said that the money they have been saving during lockdown will now spend it on a well-deserved holiday..
- In fact, 52 percent of those saving for a holiday are planning to go all out this year and spend more than usual on their summer break..
- Some go even further, as 36 percent said they are planning to splurge their entire lockdown savings on holidays in the sun following over a year of not being able to travel abroad..
- The airline first foreign holiday flight in five months took off to Portugal a few days ago with many travelling abroad for the first time in two years..
- Data from the Easyjet also showed that some of the most popular destinations for Britons to jet off to this summer are Faro, Lisbon, Madeira, Porto, Gibraltar or Malta..
- The research also revealed that most people said being in lockdown has made them crave new holiday experiences, with a third saying they have already booked a summer holiday abroad…