The travel behaviours of the UK population are changing. Having already witnessed a trend towards staycations in recent years, this summer UK tourism benefitted from the post-Brexit boom to the tune of £1.4bn. With lengthy Brexit negotiations likely to see exchange rate uncertainty continue, and an ongoing threat of terrorism in previously popular destinations such as France, Turkey and Egypt, there’s no signs of this growth abating.

However, it’s not all doom and gloom for international travel operators, with a net 7% of consumers reporting they intend to spend more on holidays next year, in line with a 7% growth in overseas visits made by UK residents in the 12 months to July 2016.

With this in mind, our latest infographic, based on the results of our quarterly consumer tracker survey conducted in September, looks at the travel behaviours and future intentions of the UK population.

Jacob Gascoine-Becker