1 In 7 Brits Choosing A Staycation Due To Climate Concerns

New research indicates a growing awareness of airplane carbon emissions.
 
YORK, England - May 21, 2019 - PRLog -- A new holiday report issued today by log cabin holiday specialist CabinBookers shows that UK holiday makers are increasingly choosing to shun trips abroad due to concerns about climate change.

1 in 7 people surveyed said they would take a domestic rather than international holiday because of the carbon emissions associated with airplane travel. In addition, 75% of the people interviewed stated that they were worried about the effects of climate change.

Uncertainty around Brexit also prompted 10% of holidaymakers to 'staycation', with the most popular holiday duration being minibreaks of 2-3 night stays.

In other findings, a whopping 92% of Brits said they intended to have a domestic holiday during the remainder of 2019, with Generation Xer's being the most likely age range to book a UK break.

The CabinBookers 2019 UK Holiday Survey was conducted in May 2019. 504 UK based respondents were included in the final analysis.

For full survey results, please visit: https://cabinbookers.com/the-cabinbookers-2019-uk-holiday-survey/

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Location:York - Yorkshire - England
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