Posted September 25, 2018 08:23:04 EU vacation package prices, according to the latest report by Euromonitor International, jumped more than $100.7 million in the first three months of 2018.
The figures are the highest for a year.
This is the first year since the start of the financial crisis that the total amount of EU vacation vacation packages has surpassed $100 billion.
Euromonitors’ holiday package estimates are based on the total number of vacation packages and their cost, and excludes all other costs.
For 2018, Euromoncers estimates the total cost of the holiday packages is estimated at $3.3 trillion.
The largest increase was in the amount of holiday packages for women and children, from $6.6 billion in 2016 to $9.6 in 2018.
There was a slight decrease in the number of holiday-package for seniors and pensioners, from 1.4 billion to 1.3 billion.
The increase in the total holiday packages was driven by a small increase in some regions, including the Netherlands and France.
“We are expecting an increase in holiday packages of about 3 to 4 percent in 2018,” said Alexandra Koepp, an economist at Euromoners.
“That’s good for the EU, but it’s not enough.”
In 2017, the annual average cost of a European vacation package was $7,764.1, up from $7.3 million in 2016.
The average price of a vacation package in the United States was $4,091, down from $5,868 in 2017.
In the past, the average price per vacation package had been higher than the current level of $6,717.
In 2018, the latest year for which Euromoncer can provide statistics, the amount spent on vacation packages increased by nearly $4 billion.
This includes $1.3 of an increase of $1 billion in the value of the European vacation packages.
“In 2017, it was about $1,200 for every vacation package,” said David Vetter, Euromarkets chief economist.
“By 2018, it’s going to be about $2,500 per vacation.
That’s quite a bit higher than it was in 2017.”
The most expensive holiday packages are for senior citizens and pensioner residents.
The total average cost for a senior citizen vacation package, for example, is $2.1 million, while the average cost per pensioner holiday package is $3,821.
The second-most expensive holiday package, a senior resident vacation package for a single person, costs $1 million.
The third-most-expensive vacation package is for a group of up to 10 people, and the most expensive group is for up to 25 people.
In 2017 the average amount spent was $3 million.
In 2020, the cost of vacation package average increased to $4.4 million, and in 2025, to $6 million.
“It’s going up every year,” said Koepps.
“You don’t get a lot of vacationers on vacation.
They go to work and they come back.
We’re seeing more of them on vacation than usual.”
There were about 12 million EU vacationers in 2020, and they spend $4 trillion in the EU.
The number of EU vacations in 2018 increased by 9.4 percent to 4.3.4.
The highest percentage increase in total vacation packages was in Denmark, which increased by 12.4% to $742.4, while Estonia increased by 5.9% to just under $2 billion.
In 2016, Denmark spent $1 trillion on vacation and $6 billion on food.
In 2021, it spent $2 trillion on vacations and $3 billion on meals.
In 2024, it increased spending by 11.2% to a record $2.,946.3 and in 2021, the EU spent $464 billion on vacation, food and services.
This year, the total EU vacation spending is estimated to reach $3 trillion and the average vacation package price is estimated $4 million.