There has been a decline in overall online travel search activity from European Leisure travelers to the U.S. starting in October, when year-over-year search demand down 16%. Double digit declines continued in November and December. For travel arrivals in the next 120 days this year, the average weekly search activity from Europeans to the U.S. is down an average of 35% versus the same period last year. It’s not just that European interest in travel to the U.S. is declining. Hotel bookings from these European travelers is slowing as well, down 2% overall from Europe for January and down 7% so far for April, compared to last year. Travel to the U.S. from Europe is down for variety of reasons – but the number one driver that negatively impacts several aspects of international travel is higher cost. Get the full story at nSight