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How the travel industry is rebounding post-pandemic?

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The travel industry is rebounding their businesses and recovering amidst pandemic.

When the covid-19 pandemic hit the world, it leads to a halt.

As per the reports of the World Health Organisation, there have been 122,992,844 confirmed cases, including 2,711,071 deaths of Covid-19.

This year vaccination has come to the surface, indicating travel will be back aggressively in the last quarter of the year.

A few travel companies are already seeing recovery since the initial COVID-19 shock in March.

And are optimistic that this trend will continue next year. But due to restrictions and virus threat passengers are lessen especially in airlines and cruise.

Hence, they are waiting eagerly for the lifting of government restrictions on travel.

Reports claim that cruise services are reopening in many countries.

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This article will explore how the travel rebound are taking place across the globe and reasons for rebounding.

Many travelers are so willing to travel they do not bother to get a vaccine before travelling.

Hence, cheap flights and railways tickets will be beneficial not only for travellers but also for the business of the travel industry.

Hence, the travel business is offering flexible booking, which travellers can use to shift their booking dates easily and at affordable rates.

Everyone is expecting the availability of vaccines around the globe in the next few months.

They are hopeful that this will unlock international travel once again.

So, those travellers who want to travel post vaccinating, and if there are significant delays in vaccinations.

Then they can push back travel dates without penalty.

So, these cheap rates and easy bookings, refunding and rescheduling dates are playing a major role in the rebounding of the travel industry.

Tourism will return when people will feel safe to travel and vaccines will play a major role in this.

Investors are hoping that vaccine can restart not only domestic travel.

But the availability of extensive vaccine in the coming months will reopen international travel as well.

As there was a long break in travel due to travel restrictions introduced in the COVID-19 pandemic.

US airports reported the highest number of passengers in a year on Friday.

Experts predict that leisure travel will return by the end of 2021 but will be expensive.

However, the travel industry is expecting to see a pickup in leisure travel in the coming spring or summer.

Leisure travel will be crucial for the financial recovery of public transports during COVID-19, and it’s right.

The travel is tied to the vaccine. After the majority of people will get vaccinated, they will be more relaxed to travel.

Digitalizing and harmonizing rules and protocols for every individual are vital for restarting travel, especially international travel.

For this, a new solution is making its way in the market and many counties have adopted them.

These are health passports.

Also known as a vaccine passport is a digital record that a person has been vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus.

The data is store on the phone and presented as a QR code, which reveals whether the person is tested positive or negative.

These passports turn out to be a brisk and most effective way of resuming international travel.

International tourist arrivals are projected to rise by 60 to 80 per cent in 2021.

The tourism spending is not likely to return to old levels until 2024.

But it will take longer for business travels because companies are not reluctant to send their employees across the countries to work or attend meetings.

They have found a new way to connect with business professional, i.e., virtual meetings.

As the pandemic is persisting even in the first quarter of the year.

It is expected that business meetings between professionals of different countries will continue at virtual platforms.

For instances, Zoom and Microsoft Team, as well as other apps that are constantly emerging.

Thus, business travel will recover at a slower rate than leisure travel and it will take at least a year to return to the usual.

Slowly, when people will get more comfortable with personal travel, Then we can hope to see a rise in business travel.

Airline stocks are rising this year and investors feel that it will be one of the greatest winners of major economies reopening this year.

Vaccines are now available in the market, which gives a ray of hope to the travel business.

They are expecting the travel will return, so it will ultimately raise the shares of travel companies.

The travel companies will have to work a lot to regain consumers trust and a loyal customer base.

They can also offer a lot of deals to attract target customers.

Expedia is the largest online travel agency with a huge customer base and Its expecting recovery fully by the year 2021.

In the short term, Southwest will be the most profitable airline until more overseas destinations reopen to American.

Cruise companies are also struggling to recover from this phase.

Shares of major cruise lines Royal Caribbean (RCL), Norwegian (NCLH), and Carnival (CCL) are all down 44 per cent, 56 per cent, and 59 per cent, respectively.

In the article, we have a clear idea of what travel rebounding is taking place and what shape it will take in the forthcoming months and years.

We get an idea that from vaccine and health passports around the corner we will expect a rise in travel.

But these both solutions are from the side of government.

What step the travel industry can take is to sell tickets at reasonable rates and allow easy refund or booking options.

Firstly, we will witness rise in local travels before international travel.

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