Travel in 2021: the recovery starts here

Activity is picking up in some key markets around the world as travel restrictions are easing for both domestic and international travel. The northern hemisphere summer should see large jumps in leisure demand, and especially for domestic and short-haul travel, while event calendars are starting to fill up which should drive further travel activity. Tourism Economics’ latest global outlook and the timing for a return to pre-pandemic levels, will be described, as well as upside opportunities and key risks.

Please note that we will be repeating the same webinar to cater for the difference in time zones between EMEA, the Americas and APAC:

  • EMEA – Wednesday 9th June | 10:00 BST
  • Americas – Wednesday 9th June | 16:00 EDT
  • APAC – Thursday 10th June | 10:00 HKT

Dave Goodger

Director of Tourism Economics, EMEA

Dave Goodger

Director of Tourism Economics, EMEA

Dave Goodger | Director of Tourism Economics, EMEA

Dave Goodger is Director of Tourism Economics, Europe. He has been instrumental in developing the global model of tourism flows and spending, which covers 185 origins and destinations, and he continues to manage the regular forecast updates. He also maintains an active role in new product development and consultancy work.

 

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