Domestic Air Travel

Air travel demand is on the rise across the globe, but European rules confusion is ‘wasting advantages of Digital Covid Certificate’

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has revealed that both international and domestic travel demand showed significant momentum in Jul-2021 compared to Jun-2021, but demand

Charting the trends – one in five countries has returned to at least 90% of domestic pre-pandemic bookings, but business travel is lagging four months behind global leisure trend

On a global scale, travel recovery varies significantly from country to country, but new research from payment solutions and technology company Mastercard has indicated that

Charting the trends – domestic travel had been the only bright light for much of 2020, but even that started to go dim towards the end of the year

The current crisis has created an industry downturn much bigger than many had expected and placed a much stronger importance on domestic travel flows. With

New research in Australia highlights that concern over border restrictions is quelling the appetite for travel more than worry over virus transmission

The voice of Australia’s national carrier has been strong throughout the COVID pandemic, especially when it comes to its return to scheduled international flying. However,

Charting the trends – while international travel continues to disappoint due to heavy restrictions, domestic demand is driving what recovery there is in air travel

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced last week that the recovery of passenger demand continued to be disappointingly slow in Oct-2020. Its latest analysis

Charting the trends – the strongest global domestic markets have helped boost air travel; China, Russia and South Korea have all now returned to growth

With border restrictions and quarantines a key aspect of any government’s arsenal against COVID-19 spread international travel has continued to be weakened and as expected

Australians increase domestic trips with cautious last minute bookings, while Trans-Tasman bubble seen as step in right direction even though restrictions apply

Australians have always been keen travellers. In normal life they tend to venture outside of Australia as teenagers and take every opportunity to explore the

China’s economic recovery ‘is making good progress’ and makes a very strong platform as international travel restrictions are starting to be lifted

The latest update of the China Recovery Tracker from Oxford Economics shows that real retail sales picked up along with industrial production, exports and investment

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