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Month: October 2021

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October 19, 2021

Visit Britain Inbound COVID-19 Sentiment Tracker – Wave 3

A survey of 7.500 potential travellers conducted in later summer 2021 across 13 markets in Europe, Asia and North America with a focus on potential trips to Britain, looking at intentions, the planning process and travel preferences. A panoply of tables and charts helps to fill a comprehensive 128-page report including results for each of the markets covered by the study.
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October 19, 2021

WTTC Government Policies Enabling Travel & Tourism Recovery During COVID-19

A round-up of various policies adopted by governments around the globe to try and support the travel and tourism sector, whether in the form of fiscal measures, liquidity support, protecting workers or facilitating travel.
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October 19, 2021

ETC Handbook: Encouraging Sustainable Tourism Practices

A detailed synopsis that explores what sustainable tourism is, why it is important and what destinations and businesses around the world are doing to encourage its adoption. The centrepiece of the report consists of twenty case studies, but perhaps of equal value are the chapters bookending these case studies which help the reader develop a better understanding sustainable tourism and consider the many challenges faced by entities wishing to adopt such practices.
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October 19, 2021

IATA Air Traveller Response to Covid Wave 7

The latest wave of IATA surveying suggests that air travellers are becoming increasingly frustrated with travel restrictions, believing that it is necessary to learn to live with coronavirus. While providing useful insights it is important to recognise that the study is conducted on behalf of IATA.
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October 19, 2021

Amadeus Rebuild Travel Survey 2021

Findings from a survey of 1,000 international travellers in 9 countries across the globe, which finds that while the majority are eager to travel internationally there remains concern regarding the clarity of guidelines/restrictions as well as the potential risk of catching COVID-19 while travelling.
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October 19, 2021

UNWTO Barometer Sept 2021

The Excerpt from the latest UNWTO Barometer pulls together the latest data on the volume and value of international tourism and sentiment among its panel of tourism experts. While some destinations saw signs of life in international tourism in June and July 2021 the overall picture remains one of diminished international tourism, with inter-regional and especially domestic travel being the mainstay for the tourism industry in many parts of the world.
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October 19, 2021

ETC Long haul travel sentiment barometer 3/2021

The key finding is that while residents in key long-haul markets for Europe are more confident than was the case a year ago, they remain cautious about visiting in the immediate future.
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October 19, 2021

ETC Monitoring sentiment for domestic and intra-European travel Wave 8

The eighth wave of online research looking at the extent to which Europeans are planning travel, their concerns and what factors are likely to influence behaviour. With fieldwork during July the study found sentiment to have remained high with 68% planning to travel between July 2021 and January 2022 and only 15% now saying they do not plan to travel due to Covid-19. Little change was found in what is worrying consumers (air travel, quarantine, getting sick while away) or those factors likely to encourage them to book travel but with being vaccinated of growing importance. Little change was found in what is worrying consumers (air travel, quarantine, getting sick while away) or those factors likely to encourage them to book travel (flexible cancellation policies, removal of travel restrictions and vaccine deployment).
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