A study conducted by Sports and Leisure Research Group, in conjunction with Engagious and ROKK Solutions, found more than half of Americans who went on a cruise in the last year are ready to set sail again right now, despite the health concerns associated with COVID-19.
United Airlines officially became the only major U.S. airline to own a flight training school with the opening of United Aviate Academy on Jan. 27. The moment was made even more historic with its inaugural class, which is 80 percent women and people of color.
Kartagener Associates Inc. Releases Results of Survey to Determine How North American Consumers View Travel in a Post-Pandemic World
Kartagener Associates Inc. has spent 25 years connecting international travel suppliers with the North American travel trade. As the global COVID-19 pandemic upended the travel industry, KAI collected more than 600 responses from the North American general public April 14–19 to determine just how badly the pandemic impacted North Americans’ attitude toward international travel.
MMGY Travel Intelligence released a survey showing signs of increasing numbers of travelers intending to make plans after the pandemic passes. MMGY’s Traveler Intentions Pulse Survey, commissioned by U.S. Travel Association, was conducted biweekly (as of March 27) among 1,200 U.S. residents who took an overnight trip (business or leisure) in the past 12 months. The survey’s second wave was conducted April 4–11, and the third wave April 17–22.
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Survey Says: Most Travelers Would Adhere to Screening, Testing and Disclosing Medical Conditions in Order to Resume Travel
Travel risk and crisis response provider Global Rescue conducted a survey revealing many members will tolerate and adapt to a variety of precautionary measures in order to resume leisure and business trips.