Travel Week in Review – January 7th, 2022

Travel Week in Review – January 7th, 2022

Just as countries have started to lift pandemic travel bans and Americans begin to at least think about booking vacations abroad, the spread of the delta and omicron variants of Covid-19 has thrown the tourism industry’s fortunes to the wind again. With the pandemic playing a part in every traveler’s thought process, what countries do Americans want to travel to, and where have they lost interest in visiting? Read More…

The commercial aviation sector has experienced considerable turbulence since Covid-19 first emerged in early 2020 – a year that saw global air travel decline by a staggering 67 percent. In the two years since the pandemic has had a profound impact on passenger trends and preferences. The study suggests travelers prioritize seats at the front of the cabin to reduce time spent on the plane due to health concerns. Read More…

As the new Omicron variant surges across the globe, cruises have become virus hotspots, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) currently investigating outbreaks on more than 90 ships. With this new increase in COVID cases, the CDC announced on December 30 that it was raising the warning level for cruises to Level 4, the agency’s highest warning level. What does this mean for your trip in 2022? Read More…

With the winter season upon us, flight delays and cancelations are about to become very common. Between weather issues and the surge in COVID cases among the crew, we’ve already seen more than 1,000 flights canceled for the 11th consecutive day as airlines are struggling to staff their flights. How do you protect yourself from delayed or canceled flights? What does the airline policy cover, and what are your rights? Do you know the tips, tricks, and tools to successfully navigate these murky waters? Read More…

During the past twenty years over 70% of Steve’s predictions have come true. Over the next four weeks, Executive Travel will provide you with 40 of Steve’s travel industry crystal ball predictions. Here is week 1 of the 2022 Travel Industry Predictions. Please let us know which predictions you agree with, which you don’t, and what you’d add to any future list. Read More…


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