There's growing consumer appetite for domestic travel and exploring regional travel bubbles following government proposals around the world to kick-start the industry.
As green shoots of recovery begin to appear, how does the travel industry safely re-open its doors?
Between April 22 and May 5, we conducted an in-depth survey of over 2,200 people across the UK, US and Australia, to reveal key considerations when booking travel in the future as a result of Covid-19.
From February to April, we listened to the public across social media to understand how they were feeling about travel during and after the crisis.
As confidence grows in international travel in the long term, we’re seeing more interest in long-haul and international destinations than for domestic travel.
Hugh Aitken, Skyscanner’s VP Commercial, provided an insightful look into the future of European aviation and evolving traveller attitudes and behaviours in CAPA's third and latest Masterclass virtual event.
As lockdown restrictions begin to ease in some countries, or exit strategies start to get announced, we’re seeing searches for domestic travel in the short-term dominate over searches for international travel.
Hugh Aitken, Skyscanner’s VP Commercial, joined a panel of experts to shed light on how the pandemic has affected aviation and online travel, and offers insight into how the industry will rebound after Covid-19.
This blog post was drafted in collaboration with John Strickland, Director at JLS Consulting. You can find him on Twitter @JohnLStrickland.
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