ATLANTA — Georgians are planning to make 2023 a year of travel, according to AAA.
According to the survey, 87% of Georgians plan to travel this year, which is a significant bump from the 56% who planned to travel in 2022.
AAA is also citing a big jump in travel during spring break. According to the report, 41% of Georgians are planning a spring break vacation. That’s up from 30% last year.
“AAA expects one of the busiest spring break travel seasons in years,” said Debbie Haas, Vice President of Travel for AAA – The Auto Club Group. “Previous spring travel seasons were affected by COVID-19. However, Americans are largely more confident about traveling again, and AAA has seen very strong bookings for beach destinations, cruises, and attractions.”
Beach vacations and cruises are the most popular among Spring Breakers, according to AAA’s survey.
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AAA travel bookings show a 30% spike in international Spring Break bookings compared to last year.
The top vacation spots in the United States include Florida, Hawaii, New York City and Las Vegas, according to AAA.
The demand for Spring Break vacations signals a busy summer travel season, according to AAA.
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The survey was conducted online among 400 residents living in Georgia.
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