MAST Says Members See Mexico Travel Concerns


Within the last two weeks, 43% of MAST Travel Network members say U.S. citizens have expressed concern about traveling to Mexico, though only 8% said clients have actually cancelled a trip due to “safety” concerns.
 
MAST, a Midwest consortium based in Oakbrook Terrace, IL, said it surveyed 166 members and 52% reported that at least one customer declined Mexico as an option when inquiring about an upcoming vacation. As Travel Market Report has reported, some U.S. citizens are concerned about how they will be received if they vacation in Mexico.
 
In addition, 80% of MAST members said that clients have expressed concerns about traveling outside the U.S.
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