Global cues bring optimism and lessons for recovery

MMGY Global

There are continuing signs of travel recovery around the world. Hotel occupancies, air load factors, attraction openings and demand generators are all on the rise as economies open up. In the U.S., hotel occupancy has doubled in the last 30 days and intra-EU air travel is on the horizon as Ryanair announced its intention to restore 40% of its flights in July. In China, consumer confidence is growing as domestic travel opens up, and nations are watching to better understand what their own recovery process could look like.

While it’s clear that the road to recovery will require a slow and steady pace, and each destination is contending with unique circumstances and challenges, there is a growing sense of optimism – especially as we look toward traditionally busy summer travel months.

We recently sat down with our global Travel Consul partners, BrandStory Asia, AIGO Italy and Interface Tourism Spain to discuss these lessons of recovery and more.

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