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Global Travel Industry Reports 7% Year-on-Year Increase in February 2024

BySamantha Nguyen

Apr 4, 2024
Growth Stabilizes with Asia Pacific Leading the Way

In February 2024, the travel industry experienced continued growth with a 7% year-on-year increase, indicating a trend towards stability after months of double-digit growth. The Skift Travel Health Index stood at 107 for the month, showing positive momentum in the industry.

Asia Pacific led the way in growth levels, with a 13% increase compared to the previous year. This region has been on an upward trajectory since early 2023, with China reopening its borders for travel playing a significant role in boosting growth. Despite slight decreases in growth numbers compared to previous months, there is still strong performance in the Asia Pacific region.

Looking at the Skift Travel Health Index Score by Region, we see that Asia Pacific had the highest score in February 2024, followed by Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, and North America. The data shows a stabilization trend in the vacation rental sector, which experienced significant growth during the pandemic but is now showing signs of deceleration. Despite this, demand for vacation rentals remains above pre-pandemic levels.

Overall, the travel industry is showing signs of stability and continued growth in various regions. For more insights into these trends and data, you can read our February 2024 Highlights and access our Travel Health Index dashboard.

By Samantha Nguyen

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