Our Brexit Survey results are in!
- 73% of respondents have concerns about travelling to Europe when the UK leaves the EU
- More than half of Brits are likely to enjoy a UK-based holiday in 2020
- 70% of Brits will be making 2020 holiday plans prior to Brexit
Our survey found the delays and uncertainty surrounding Brexit is causing UK holidaymakers to consider destinations closer to home in the UK for their 2020 holiday. The survey discovered more than half of respondents (54%) are more likely to holiday in the UK in 2020 as a result of Brexit, while just 3% would consider a holiday to Europe.
Our survey was posted to over 500 respondents with the objective of understanding their feelings towards Brexit. Although 80% said the current uncertainty had not affected their holiday plans this year, over 73% of respondents revealed they have concerns about taking European holidays when the time comes for the UK to leave the EU.
The most common concern being ‘costs’ including exchange rates, healthcare costs, insurance costs, flight and accommodation costs. Many of our customers also mentioned concerns on passport control delays and how the British would be viewed by Europeans.
70% of Brits say they won’t wait until a decision on Brexit has been made before booking their 2020 holiday. With a date for the leaving the EU still unknown, Brits looking for a relaxing retreat or to spend quality family time together are preferring to explore the UK’s idyllic locations. A massive 54% will be taking at least one UK-based holiday next year.