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European Tourism is Rebounding Despite Rising Flight Costs

As the world returns to life before the COVID-19 pandemic brought many industries to a halt, the travel industry is one of the primary areas re-experiencing a boom. One destination that is particularly seeing the benefits of travel again is Europe. The continent has recently seen a rise in tourism numbers nearly identical to what it was before travel Read more

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European Tourism is Rebounding Despite Rising Flight Costs
May 26, 2022
As the world returns to life before the COVID-19 pandemic brought many industries to a halt, the travel industry is one of the primary areas re-experiencing a boom. One destination that is particularly seeing the benefits of travel again is Europe. The continent has recently seen a rise in tourism numbers nearly identical to what it was before travel Read more
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More than two years after the world shut down unnecessary travel, the hospitality industry is getting back to normal. Sarah Dandashy reflects on the latest trends in tourism around the US and beyond. With increased routes offered by airlines, lifted restrictions, and a vaccinated world, hospitality is bouncing back. Travelers are opting for more Read more
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