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Forward Bookings Up 12% Despite Brexit Uncertainty - Travel Weekly

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Forward Bookings Up 12% Despite Brexit Uncertainty

Excerpt from Travel Weekly

Forward bookings are up 12% compared to the same time last year despite uncertainty over Brexit.

Growth in early bookings is driven by holidaymakers seeking value for money on the back of a weak pound.

Europe is the top destination Britons want to visit next year, with 61% of holidaymakers expected to travel to the continent in 2019.

The research was published in Abta's annual Travel Trends Report which reviews the last 12 months and makes predictions for the year ahead.

It is based on feedback from Abta members and research by the association.

More people took an overseas holiday this year compared to anytime in the last seven years, with a 5% increase in the number of foreign holidays taken. 

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