With lockdowns in full force and health concerns a constant companion, 72% of Americans skipped summer vacations in 2020. Change is on the horizon, however, as people look to make up for lost time. More than 47.7 million Americans were expected to travel in early July, according to AAA, and countries around the world are opening their borders to vaccinated Americans. All this means you can expect to see price increases as demand for travel stretches the capacity to provide it.
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