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Published on : Thursday, July 21, 2016
On 25th June, Britain has decided to exit from the European Union that had triggered a decline in holiday bookings by about 14% on that very day. However, it has been observed that the flight bookings made by Brits have seen a sharp rise by 19% against last year.
Brexit has witnessed nearly about 61% rise in the flights that are booked by Brits for travelling to British tourist locales.
That online travel agent said that the most popular UK destinations that were booked by tourists were Edinburgh and London. Every year, the holiday bookings to the region of Europe bear testimony to a 41% increase.
The surprise element is that a majority of reservations have been made in the last moment. It has been discovered that about 54% of travel bookings from Britain were made in the very last minute during the two weeks after Brexit.
A travel expert named Kasia Jankowska said that it was wonderful to find the increasing number of flight bookings to Europe.
Jankowska also said that as the summer holiday season has been kickstarting, more Brits have been looking forward to holidaying in European destinations at the most reasonable rates.
Post Brexit, the most favorable Europe locales include:
A larger number of Brits have been booking their vacations in the above regions.