On the domestic front, however, Maui has taken over the top spot (last year it ranked third), showing the island’s ever-increasing popularity. Those are just two of the trends uncovered by a survey of fall travel booking data from 1,145 U.S.-based Travel Leaders Group travel agents. Travel Leaders Group CEO Ninan Chacko said Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, which lowered the value of the British pound, has been highly favorable for American travelers on leisure and business trips. “While London has always been among the top international destinations on our list, this is further proof that travelers are very willing to adjust and seize upon a prime opportunity when there’s increased value in a particular destination,” he said. Get the full story at Travel Market Report