Friday, December 30, 2005

Childless couples change holiday trends

With a quarter of Brits taking their annual holiday in winter the traditional summer holiday is on the wane. The figures, produced by an International Currency Exchange survey, reveal a change in the demographics of the typical British household. An increase in the number of childless couples means that school term timetables are no longer the major considerataion for holiday planning, resulting in only 3 out of 5 Britons going on holiday last summer.

This is good news for travel agents specialising in winter sun resorts; typically in far-flung locations these resorts are popular with affulent couples looking or some luxury, and a child-free poolside.


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