Research from ForwardKeys has revealed flight bookings to the USA have soared following announcements that the destination would reopen to vaccinated foreign travellers in November.
New research from ForwardKeys reveals that international flights to European destinations in July and August reached 40 per cent of pre-pandemic levels.
The latest research from ForwardKeys has revealed that the demand for international air travel this summer is set to be just under a quarter of pre-pandemic levels.
The latest research from ForwardKeys suggests that people are travelling to the USA to receive a vaccination against Covid-19. The trend is most pronounced in travel from Peru.
Two destinations, Greece, and Iceland, which have announced that they will welcome vaccinated visitors this summer have seen inbound flight bookings pick up dramatically.
Data from ForwardKeys reveals that domestic air travel in China during New Year was 69 per cent down on the equivalent period in 2019, when travel was at normal, pre-pandemic levels.
Research undertaken by ForwardKeys reveals that, despite the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been a last-minute surge in flight bookings for the festive period.
European low-cost airlines have been offering “significantly discounted” fares for the September to December period in a bid to attract back travellers.
ForwardKeys is predicting that domestic air travel in China, which has been growing progressively in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, will reach a full recovery by the start of September.
ForwardKeys has revealed that a rebound is underway in domestic aviation in the United States and the high spot is the upcoming long weekend to mark independence day.
ForwardKeys has revealed that a series of announcements by governments of southern European countries has triggered an almost immediate jump in international flight bookings for Greece, Portugal and Spain in July and August.
ForwardKeys has revealed that domestic air travel in China, which has been recovering slowly in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, has now reached more than 50 per cent of what it was at the equivalent moment in 2019.