Young adults dominate leisure travel says Expedia.
Monday, 15th December 2014
Source : Martin Kelly

Demand for leisure travel is being driven by young adults aged 18-24 years old, according to a survey of 2567 Australians which found they are more likely than any other age group to have taken an international or domestic trip over the past two years.

The chance of them travelling overseas within the next year is also much higher with 83% saying that's something they intend doing ‚Ä" "a finding that consistently diminishes across each age group (25-34 75%, 35-49 66%, 50+ 61%)".

Logic suggests this trend will continue with the survey claiming the average age at which young Australians get their first passport has plummeted.

"Kids today, aged 17 years old and under, are receiving their first passport on average at two and a half years old; a stark contrast to the average adult who received their first passport at 17 years old," Expedia said in a press release.

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