Like most years, 2022 has been a mixed bag. The war in Ukraine rages on, as does punishing inflation. The stock market is well on its way to its worst performance since 2008, the height of the last Financial Crisis. But after almost three years, COVID-19 seems relegated to the back burner. According to TSA checkpoint numbers, domestic travel is up over 2021 and is comparable to the last “normal” travel year, 2019.
What can we expect for 2023? The urge to dust off the crystal ball and take a look ahead is irresistible.
1. International travel will eventually return full force in 2023, led
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