What Is In Store for the Travel World This Fall?

Key Points:

  • Despite the reopening of borders, the focus will still be on domestic travel.
  • A big factor of the rebound in the travel industry was due to leisure travel but due to schools being open and employees returning to the office, leisure travel numbers are decreasing.
  • Road trips are remaining popular despite the airline industry ramping back up to pre-pandemic levels.

The state of travel for both business and leisure is still largely in flux as reopening unfolds. With that in mind, Sarah Dandashy, host of MarketScale’s Say Yes to Travel, answered a few questions about the state of the industry and what we can expect as 2021 comes to an end.

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