The improvement is reflected in the latest Deloitte Consumer Tracker and overseas-holiday booking data from industry analyst GfK. Latest GfK booking figures broadly reflect this improving picture. In March, bookings for this summer were flat year on year, with revenues 2% down, but bookings for the season-to-date remain up 1% and family bookings up 4%. All-inclusive bookings are doing even better, up 5% for the season, and accounted for 40% of all bookings in March. GfK attributes the decline in average price largely to purchases of shorter-duration holidays, with seven-night breaks accounting for half of all passengers in March and two-week durations less than a quarter. The top-five destinations for growth in March were all in Europe – Greece, Spain, France, Cyprus and Italy – with GfK suggesting shorter durations are leading consumers to prefer shorter flights. Get the full story at Travel Weekly UK