Forecasts for the travel industry in 2022
The year 2021 effectively thwarted all travel plans for people all over the world. Expired travel vouchers, bucket list delays, and cancelled flights as a result of lockdowns became commonplace.
Passengers have been patient.
With vaccination entering the picture, travelers' groups all over the world have seen a ray of hope.
Here are the top five anticipated traveler expectations, as well as what our travel partners can do to meet them.
1. Road trips: With the second wave of coronavirus set to hit us in 2021, the rest of the world is discussing travel bubbles. According to a Booking.com survey, approximately 68 percent of Indians are likely to avoid traveling with a large number of people due to the fear of contracting COVID-19 and will instead rent or drive their own car to and around their destination.
What travel companions can do:
Affordable and clean car rental options: As road trips become more popular, travelers who do not own personal vehicles will begin to look for options for renting either solo cars or cars with drivers.