The Olympics have failed to dent summer airport hotel and parking stays and bookings with Holiday Extras, according to latest figures from the travel add-ons company.
The company says that during the Games, airport hotel stays were down on 2011 but have risen year-on-year in the post-Olympic period. This rise is thought to be caused by hotel availability and prices returning to normal, along with a post-Olympic surge.
For airport parking, stays were up nearly 10% year-on-year during the Olympics and have continued at that rate in the weeks following the close of the Games.
Holiday Extras has also found that bookings have been made slightly further in advance compared to the same period last year.
Sean Hagger, the company's commercial director, said: "Nobody knew how London 2012 would affect outbound travel, so these booking numbers are really positive. "