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US Travel Recovery: Part 2—What Do Dissipating Regional Travel Differences Mean for Retail?

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The recovery of travel in the US from the heavy impacts of the global Covid-19 pandemic is now fully under way.

Consumers all over the country are now planning trips at nearly equal rates, indicating that the regional differences in travel seen through most of the pandemic are likely to dissipate as we move into summer.

We discuss this trend and its implications for retail, using proprietary survey findings to assess US consumer sentiment and behavior.

This report is the second in Coresight Research’s five-part US Travel Recovery series. Click the topics below to read the rest of the series:

  1. A dichotomous return to leisure and business travel
  2. Dissipating regional travel differences
  3. Domestic-focused travel surge
  4. The slow rebound of international travel
  5. Impacts of a travel renaissance on consumer spending and industry employees

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