Britons are hoping an overseas holiday will be on the cards this year, with 61 percent of people saying they plan to go abroad in the next 12 months, according to ABTA. Holidaymakers’ confidence is rising, fuelled by the last two years being relatively travel-free for most people.
European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS) found a quarter of Britons spent the pandemic making a bucket list of destinations they want to visit.
It’s no surprise, according to Mark Tanzer, chief executive of ABTA – The Travel Association.
He said: “Foreign holidays have always been a chance to escape