The Economist: The Future Of Travel

Feb 12, 2021

Michael Khan, Aviation Partner, spoke to The Economist for its special report on the future of travel.

It highlighted that the urge to travel is unlikely to be permanently dimmed by COVID-19 even if the means to do it suffers a long-lasting hit and some destinations take years to recover. All forecasts reckon on travel and tourism returning to prepandemic levels over the next few years and then continuing on a path of growth. 

Michael Khan commented: "Looking back, there will appear to have been a blip in demand but no impact over 20 years."

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