Sumary of Travel predicted to be 30% down in 2022, says Economist Intelligence Unit:
- One reason leisure travel will remain well below 2019 numbers is the complexity around health certification.
- Despite this, aviation will rack up another combined loss – estimated by the International Air Transport Association (Iata) at $11.6bn (£8.4bn).
- ”Tourist taxes will add to higher travel costs, the EIU says.
- “Increased focus on sustainability will see some major tourist destinations cap daily visitor numbers (notably in the Italian city of Venice) or impose a tourist tax.