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Thursday, December 01, 2022

Iowans participate in ‘revenge travel’ trend

Iowa’s cold temperatures have many people thinking about warmer weather and planning trips. Travel bookings have gone up exponentially over the last couple of weeks, with many making up for lost time from COVID-19 restrictions. The phenomenon is being referred to as “revenge travel.”More than 2.2 million passengers in the US caught a flight on Monday, making this past weekend the busiest travel weekend since Thanksgiving. At the Des Moines International Airport, the long-term parking lot is completely full. Travel advisor Shawn Miller says the last month and a half has been the busiest he’s ever seen.”I think it’s changed a little bit since the pandemic. All-inclusive Caribbean resorts are the number one spot that people are wanting to go to right now . And then secondly, Europe. People are booking Europe, wanting to go as European — as they’re opening up the countries,” Miller said. One more reason for the rush is that travelers want to go on their trip soon in case anything changes with COVID-19 restrictions in the future.

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Iowa’s cold temperatures have many people thinking about warmer weather and planning trips.

Travel bookings have gone up exponentially over the last couple of weeks, with many making up for lost time from COVID-19 restrictions. The phenomenon is being referred to as “revenge travel.”

More than 2.2 million passengers in the US caught a flight on Monday, making this past weekend the busiest travel weekend since Thanksgiving.

At the Des Moines International Airport, the long-term parking lot is completely full.

Travel advisor Shawn Miller says the last month and a half has been the busiest he’s ever seen.

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“I think it’s changed a little bit since the pandemic. All-inclusive Caribbean resorts are the number one spot that people are wanting to go to right now. And then secondly, Europe. People are booking Europe, wanting to go as European — as they’re opening up the countries,” Miller said.

One more reason for the rush is that travelers want to go on their trip soon in case anything changes with COVID-19 restrictions in the future.

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