Flight Centre's 2022 Travel Trends

10min read

Published 27 January 2022


This year is one of revenge travel. Travellers are itching to stick it to COVID-19 and will take great pleasure in boarding a plane and crossing borders in 2022. The pent-up demand from the last two years is bubbling over as we see an end in sight for this pandemic. And we all want vengeance. Vengeance for all the cancelled holidays, missed weekends away, and the get-togethers we never got to plan.

That’s where our latest travel trends report comes in. From booking with a travel agent (like us), to travelling more sustainably, we look at what the future holds for our industry and devoted travellers this year. As we enter 2022 with vaccinations, testing, and new treatments to help manage the virus, confidence is growing. Indeed, we’re already seeing our highest numbers of enquiries and bookings since the pandemic started.

It's time to open up your world again, and find out what everyone else thinks about future travel too! Check out our key destination and trend highlights, and read the full report, by clicking here or on the thumbnail below:

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