Traveling solo? Planning a romantic getaway? Looking for some family fun? CheapOair lists top ten places for travel in April and May 2022 to help you plan any type of trip.
According to the online travel agency CheapOair, operated by New York-based travel technology innovator Fareportal, bookings to these destinations are the most in-demand this Spring. The brand also identifies some differences in the popularity of destinations when comparing the results for solo travellers, couples, and families.
From the top ten lists, the first five destinations are the same for the three traveller types addressed. However, rankings vary by each group. For solo travellers, New York City is the most booked destination for springtime travel. Couples are opting for Las Vegas as their preferred locale, and not surprisingly, families are twice as likely to be visiting Orlando than the number two city in the family top ten.
Families are also more likely to be venturing to other countries. Cancun, Mexico City, and Guadalajara all make an appearance on CheapOair’s list of most-booked destinations by family travellers.
Results by Traveller Type, Ranked in Descending Order:
Solo Travellers: New York, Los Angeles, Orlando, Las Vegas, Ft. Lauderdale, Chicago, Miami, Houston, Washington DC, Atlanta Dallas
Couples: Las Vegas, New York Orlando, Los Angeles, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Chicago, Houston, Denver, San Juan PR, Dallas
Families: Orlando, New York City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, San Juan PR, Cancun, Mexico City, Chicago, Guadalajara
“Getting away this spring is top of mind for travellers of all types,” comments Glenn Cusano, Fareportal CFO and Co-CEO. “We expect to see increasing consumer interest in travel to the extremely popular destinations that made our spring top ten lists, and locations worldwide, as public confidence in the safety of travel continues to grow. And to make it easier to decide to travel, consumers can visit CheapOair to view current covid-related safety policies by destination.”
The rebound for travel continues at a strong pace. According to the TSA’s latest numbers, passengers going through travel checkpoints at US airports in March of 2022 has now reached 87 per cent of 2019 traveller counts.