Prior to the pandemic, international trips made up 90% of all travel bookings. But in the 10 months following, international trips dropped to 67% of bookings. Previously, European countries dominated travel bookings, making up for 45% of all trips. But after international travel bans due to Covid-19, European trips accounted for less than 10% of travel going into 2021.
Some Caribbean countries that remained open to American travelers during the pandemic saw massive gains in trips from the previous year. For example, trips to Turks and Caicos increased by 303% and trips to the U.S. Virgin Islands increased 207%, according