If you’ve already canceled your summer vacation, you’re probably dreaming about your next one. It’s OK. So are a lot of people.
Rob Hall is one of them. He skipped his family cruise to Italy this summer but is optimistic that the worst of the COVID-19 outbreak will be over by fall. He’s planning to fly to Maui for a few days in October – at least that’s his dream.
“We so badly need to get away,” says Hall, a retired financial services manager from Walnut Creek, California.
He’s not the only one. A survey of travelers by Qtrip finds plenty of pent-up demand for travel. A surprising 40% of respondents are planning to travel this summer. Another 23% are waiting until the fall or winter, and 7% are holding off until spring. (And the remaining 30% say they don’t have a clue when they’ll travel again.)
“We were surprised