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Following the new three-tier system of COVID-19 restrictions that have now been rolled out in England, Ralph Hollister, Travel & Tourism Analyst at GlobalData offers his view on the situation.
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More than half of the respondents have traveled since the pandemic, and most have traveled more than once. Of those who have traveled, more than 40% booked within 2 weeks of the trip.
STRs Tourism Consumer Insights team has been keeping a close eye on consumer trends around the industry during this truly unprecedented time. The twists and turns of the COVID-19 pandemic have contributed to seismic changes in tourism, which has included the cessation of international travel for some countries. As a whole, we have witnessed long-lasting shifts in consumer behavior and attitudes, producing an increase in active travel, soaring levels of e-commerce and, yes, even ballooning rates of pet ownership.
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Even if a vaccine for Covid-19 becomes widely available and widely used – around the globe, and if the very onerous government restrictions on international travel largely disappear, airlines still will continue to struggle with extraordinarily weak demand for business travel through the end of 2021, and likely beyond.
Last weeks webinar, 'Buyer Discussion: Has COVID Uncovered Gaps in your Travel Risk Policy, Program and Business Continuity?,' featured travel and risk management experts from four different organizations sharing their experiences in the pandemic.
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Adapting to shifts and fluctuations in demand has always been a key advantage in moving hotel performance forward. Following a pattern similar to markets in other parts of the world – like China – the DACH region (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) has managed to recover its occupancy at a faster pace than most markets in Europe.