shows how transatlantic travel took off

  • Inbound flight reservations from Europe in the United States increased by 67%
  • US hotel bookings by UK travelers soared 382%
  • Hotel bookings in Europe by American travelers increased by 111%

LONDON, November 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Booking data from international one-stop travel service provider shows how transatlantic travel took off last year.

In the year since the US borders reopened to international travelers, has seen a travel boom, comparing booking stats from October 2021 at October 2022.

US hotel bookings by UK travelers increased by 382% over the 12 months, while Europe hotel bookings by US travelers increased by 111%.

Meanwhile, flight reservations from Europe to the United States increased by 67%, indicating the continued attractiveness of the United States, despite the pandemic, as well as a revival in demand for long-haul travel.

Andy WashingtonGroup Managing Director EMEA, said: “The United States has rebounded to reclaim its place as one of the most popular destinations for British travelers according to analysis of data from

“Despite the fall in the value of the pound against the US dollar, America continues to attract large numbers of Britons eager to explore North America and reunite with friends and family.”

rich’s group general manager for the Americas, said, “Americans are back in Europeas evidenced by data showing a 111% increase in European hotel bookings from the United States.

“European destinations have become attractive to American vacationers and business travelers looking to take advantage of favorable exchange rates.”

In addition to the jump in flight bookings, the average value of flight bookings from Europe in the United States has increased by 20% since October 2021.

Regarding journeys from Europe in the USA, New York was a very successful destination, with flights from London, Paris, Milano, Madridand Barcelona ranked in the top five, and Manchester-New York as the sixth most booked flight route between Europe and the United States.

More than a third of travelers booking flights from Europe in the United States were from the United Kingdom (39%), followed by Spain in second place (17%), Italy in third position (14%), followed in fourth position by France (12%) and Germany in fifth (11%).

The most popular US cities for European travelers were New Yorkfollowed by miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Orlando.

On average, each month last year saw an 18% increase in the number of Britons booking hotels in the US.

New York was the most popular city for UK traveler bookings, followed by Vegas in second place, Los Angeles third, Orlando in fourth and miami in fifth position.

The average value of American reservations at European hotels has increased by almost a quarter (23%) over the past year.

The United Kingdom was the most popular European country for hotel and flight bookings by American travellers.

Paris was the most popular European destination for hotel bookings by American travelers, followed by London and Rome.

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