Memorial Day to be one of the busiest travel weekends this summer; demand, jet fuel and seasonality drive prices above 2019 levels
Driven by higher jet fuel prices, surging travel demand and lower overall seat capacity as we enter the busy summer months, consumers can expect record highs for summer airfare - but there are still deals to be found.
With Earth Day right around the corner (April 22, 2022), how can travelers lower their carbon footprint this spring and summer travel season? Filled with tips, Hopper’s new Earth Day Report explores best practices for travelers looking to be more sustainable.
With summer right around the corner and airfare on the rise, many travelers are planning to trade in more expensive, long haul flights for cheaper destinations closer to home. We’ve assembled the ultimate guide for how to save money on your travel this summer, without compromising on exciting trips and destinations.
Travel prices are on the rise over the last month – in fact, at $330 round-trip, domestic airfare is up 40% from the beginning of the year. Airfare will continue to rise 10% through May up to $360/round-trip.
In light of the ongoing Ukraine and Russia conflict, flights searches are currently 9% below expected levels and European airfare is up 16% MoM.
Spring Break Airfare Prices Still Down 6% from 2019, Expected to Rise 45% Between Now and Mid-March