Gen Z travellers favour mini breaks

Tuesday, 17 Jan, 2023 0

Gen Z travellers are ditching two-week holidays for multiple short breaks.

A new study commissioned by easyJet holidays finds the average Gen Zer is now taking two mini breaks abroad and three staycations a year.

Gen Z is more likely to book more mini breaks and mix it with remote working.

Over half (57%) admit that they will only accept a job that offers flexible working.

More than half opt to take mini breaks in order to maximise their holiday allowance.

The rise in remote working means more Brits are taking long weekends away.

A sizeable 79% admitted to not telling their bosses they were working abroad.

Top mini break destinations include Spain (42%), Italy and France .

Matt Callaghan, Director of Customer & Operations said:There’s huge demand to catch up on holidays lost during the pandemic.”

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