The price of flights for this summer have increased by 30% across Europe
The price of flights across Europe this summer, as well as that of hotels, have increased by up to 30%, according to data from Spanish online booking platform, Flappin, which highlights that inflation is now starting to affect these tourist services.
In their latest report, they say that the volume of reservations "has skyrocketed" and has not stopped increasing since May because it is the first summer with almost no national and international health restrictions for travel, since the start of the pandemic in 2020, and the Spanish are prioritizing their travel and leisure time above everything else.
The most requested destinations Spaniards are choosing in Europe are Santorini, Menorca, Mykonos, Ibiza, Hvar and Lanzarote, and they are booking week-long holidays more than weekend breaks, regardless of price increases.
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