Research Briefing | Jun 23, 2021

Global travel outlook: highlights & risks – June 2021

The first page of Oxford Economics' Research Briefing titled Global travel outlook highlights & risks which is released in June 2021

Successful vaccine rollouts continue to improve the upside potential for global travel following a depressing start to the year. Advanced vaccination rates have increased the possibility for countries to maintain low coronavirus cases, ease domestic restrictions and be able to start a gradual lifting of international restrictions.

Our latest forecast update reveals that domestic travel will outpace international travel again in 2021, remaining only 12% below 2019 levels, with a full recovery expected in 2022. Global international arrivals are to remain 59% below pre-crisis levels, with restrictions being eased very tentatively on average and traveller confidence taking longer to fully recover.

Download this 10-page report to the find out latest global macroeconomic forecasts, and the travel and tourism outlook for Europe, America, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa.

 

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