Workers planning ‘bleisure’ trips this summer spur travel demand

Travelers who plan to work at least part of the time while on summer vacation this year are creating increased travel demand, according to a new study by business consultancy Deloitte.

The report examined travelers’ behaviors and preferences, and showed travel concerns over COVID-19 have waned. Those concerns, however, have been replaced by financial worries, with many travelers keeping a close eye on higher costs. This year, 44% of those surveyed identified finances or the cost of travel as a primary concern for compared to 13% in Deloitte’s 2021 survey.

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