The demand for US travel remains low. 12% of Americans Plan to Travel in the Spring Break: Industry

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Demand for travel in the US remains low even as millions of Americans are vaccinated against COVID-19. Only 12% are planning a spring trip this year, the industry announced on Thursday.

The industry was devastated last year by the collapse in travel demand due to the pandemic. The US Travel Association said the survey it commissioned indicated that Americans continued to be cautious about travel, saying it was “far from clear when the demand for travel will start rising again on its own.” “. The industry again called for new tax credits to encourage leisure and business travel.

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