New survey reveals 55% of Canadians have a future trip on their vacation want listing
Give a vacation
New research commissioned by Sunwing shows that growing numbers of Canadians are looking for the gift of a vacation experience this holiday season.
TORONTO, Dec. 3, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – As the holiday season begins, new research commissioned by Sunwing shows a growing appetite for Canadians for the gift of a vacation experience.
The survey found that more than half (55%) of Canadians would like to receive the gift of a future vacation or travel certificate during this holiday season. Of these respondents, nine in ten (89%) said they would be interested in getting an all inclusive getaway. The survey was conducted by Sunwing among members of the Angus Reid forum between November 16 and 17, 2020 with a representative sample of 1,507 Canadians in English and French.
“Our research shows that many Canadians would like to receive the gift of a future vacation experience this holiday season,” said Samantha Taylor, Sunwing Travel Group’s chief marketing officer. “Sunwing is helping Canadians simplify the gift of a sunny getaway with a wide variety of packages at unbeatable prices so that our customers can experience a truly memorable tropical vacation under our wing.”
Additional survey results include:
- 18-34 year olds were most interested in receiving a future travel gift. 59% of respondents in this age group said that they are open to receiving a future holiday or travel certificate during this holiday season.
- Respondents from Alberta (64%), British Columbia (58%), and Quebec (57%) were most interested in receiving a Christmas present this holiday season.
- Among 35- to 54-year-olds who said they would like to receive a future Christmas present this Christmas season, 93% said they would want an all-inclusive vacation.
- Of the Ontarians who said they would like to receive a Christmas present this Christmas season, 93% said they would like an all-inclusive vacation.
Canadians can tick anyone off their gift list with packages tailored to all travel styles, whether they’re looking for a romantic getaway or an adventurous getaway. Those looking for the perfect gift can also benefit from impressive savings on vacation packages in December.
Customers booking a future short vacation get the peace of mind knowing that the highest Canadian standards will apply throughout the vacation experience with the Safe with Sunwing engagement. Developed with the advice of the world’s leading healthcare company Medcan, the program is available every step of the way, from the travelers’ check-in at the airport, to their transfers, their destination time, and their journey home to ensure a safe and memorable escape to the tropics .
To learn more about how to give away a vacation experience this holiday season, please visit Sunwing’s website.
Sunwing, the largest integrated travel company in North America, has more flights south than any other recreational airline and offers convenient direct service from over 33 airports in Canada to more than 45 popular sun destinations in the United States, the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America. This scale enables Sunwing to offer customers exclusive deals at world class resorts in the most popular vacation destinations, as well as cruise packages and seasonal domestic flight service. Sunwing customers benefit from the support of the company’s own knowledgeable target representatives who greet them upon arrival and assist them during their vacation trip. The company supports the communities in which it operates through the Sunwing Foundation, a nonprofit initiative focused on supporting and developing youth and humanitarian aid.
For more informations:
Melanie Anne Filipp
Director, corporate communications & media relations
Sunwing Travel Group
1-800-387-5602 | [email protected]
About the Angus Reid Forum:
The Angus Reid Forum is Canada’s most famous and trusted community for online public opinion. It’s made up of dedicated residents across the country who answer surveys on topical issues that matter to all Canadians.
The accuracy of online surveys on the Angus Reid forum is measured using a credibility interval. In this case, the poll is accurate to +/- 2.5 percentage points, 19 out of 20 if all Canadians were interviewed. All sample surveys and surveys are subject to other sources of error, including, but not limited to, coverage errors and measurement errors.
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