Holiday Confidence Index report

Brits are still determined to holiday abroad, but more will be watching their spending

Despite economic uncertainty Brits are not deterred from booking overseas holidays according to the latest Holiday Confidence Index report from First Rate.

Views on the economy remain in negative territory but holiday confidence remains encouragingly high at 50 with 55% of holidaymakers intending to travel abroad in the coming 12 months.

Created by First Rate in association with the Institute of Travel and Tourism and YouGov, the report is published annually.  It provides individual measures of holiday intent, planned frequency, duration and associated spending which is combined to produce an overall index of consumer ‘holiday confidence’ for the coming 12 month period.