With so much uncertainty and volatility in the current Canadian travel sphere, it’s no wonder that so many of us have had to alter or ditch our trip plans altogether.
A newly published Leger survey (conducted on behalf of RatesDotCa and BNN Bloomberg) shows that over one third (35%) of potential air travellers have modified their plans as a result of delayed or cancelled flights as well as incredibly long lines at airports.
Data from respondents showed that most Canadians (54%) — amidst the current travel surge — plan on travelling this year by plane or car. However, one third (35%) of potential plane travellers have made changes in their travel plans due to delayed or cancelled flights and long lines at airports. Of this group, 56% have delayed travel plans, 18% have altered their desired destination, and 13% decided to drive somewhere instead.
All this fickleness has…