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Expedia recently revealed the latest phenomenon in pandemic travel behavior – the 'tripping point.'

An annual survey by leading travel insurance provider Allianz Global Assistance reveals fewer US citizens are interested in taking a trip to Cuba than before and that lingering confusion surrounding current travel policies remains.


Expedia’s 2017 Expedia Flip Flop Report, a study exploring beach behaviour in 17 countries, has found that Americans spend around 15 percent more than the global average in preparing for a beach holiday, and 53 percent more whilst on holiday.

The findings of OpenTable’s Will Fly for Food survey has uncovered that 66 percent of Americans would choose a travel destination based solely on its culinary offerings, while 52 percent have already visited a location for its cuisine.