What data can teach us about the post-Covid travel industry recovery

Travellers in US back to 2019 numbers

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US holidaymaker numbers have started to return to 2019 levels
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US holidaymaker numbers have started to return to 2019 levels

Covid-19 has accelerated many behavioural changes for consumers. But one tradition – vacations – is highly unlikely to change.

If anything, we believe the suppressed travel of the last 18 months is likely to give way to a travel boom when people feel safe to get back on trains and planes and to stay in hotels. However, the...

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