Travel’s Uneven Covid Recovery Sees Record Revenues, Lessons And Lingering Obstacles

Despite the chaos at airports, airline cancelations and staffing shortages, travel industry executives attending Virtuoso Travel Week in Las Vegas say consumers should begin to see their experiences returning closer to pre-Covid times, even if it costs more. While travelers and travel advisors say there are still plenty of gaps, officials of hotel companies, cruise lines, tour operations and tourist offices say most of the bumps are behind them – and us. It comes as the industry, which before Covid-19 accounted for about 10% of world GDP, is seeing an uneven recovery, with some destinations and providers recording record revenues while others struggle against lingering restrictions.



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