The rising price of holidays and the bleak economic outlook are not enough to deter Brits from booking their annual holidays, it would seem.
Increased pressure on finances means that many will be looking to cut back on outgoings over the next 12 months, but people are still determined to find the cash to fund their trips away.
According to the Daily Telegraph, UK travel operators have seen an increase in the number of consumers looking to book holidays overseas.
Whether they are after an action-packed stag weekend in Amsterdam or just a relaxing beach break in Spain, people are still snapping up holiday deals in "strong numbers".
Andy Freeth, sales director at Global Travel Group, said: "It's across the board - sales of no-frills flights and hotels, and the traditional packages, are all selling well."
People who are yet to book their stag weekends or holidays were recently advised by price comparison site trivago to make sure they take their time and shop around to get the best deal for their money.