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How Will The New Virus Affect Future Travel Behavior? A Travel Crisis Expert Explains

The Future Of The Travel Industry

The Future Of The Travel Industry

While the travel industry will rebound quickly, initially travel may be to nearby destinations, and more people would prefer driving than taking a plane.

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How Will The New Virus Affect Future Travel Behavior? A Travel Crisis Expert Explains

How Will The New Virus Affect Future Travel Behavior? A Travel Crisis Expert Explains

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/15/travel/q-and-a-coronavirus-travel.html

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Travel and pandemics

Worldwide, travel for business and vacation has been disrupted by the spread of the new virus. It is a global crisis impacting every facet of the tourism industry in every country. 

It’s A Big Deal

Initial response to postponing trips (in Feb 2020) was in fact lower than January due to information going around that the disease doesn’t affect the young, and it’s not such a big deal. Both pieces of information turned out to be wrong though. The Virus affects all and is a big deal.

Anxiety Over Travel

Most people ask about the timeframe of the crisis being over. What has to be understood is that different geographical locations have a different level of crisis waves, and the situation has to be viewed globally, not locally.

The Future Of The Travel Industry

While the travel industry will rebound quickly, initially travel may be to nearby destinations, and more people would prefer driving than taking a plane.

The Young and The Rich

The well-off are more interested in traveling due to the fact that their self-efficacy makes them take more risks. Similarly, the young lot is more prone to risk-taking, being adventurous and energetic.

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Shape your perspective

Instead of focussing on the negatives in the situation, deliberately discover what is still going right. 

In choosing your perspective you are keeping the problem from consuming you.

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