Although we are already seeing signs of travel rebounding, with booking activity recovering steadily week over week, most frequent flyers are uncertain what business travel actually looks like today. So we’re bringing together the road warriors and frequent flyers who have started traveling again to learn more about the new realities for road warriors.
From wearing a mask to changes in meal and beverage service in-flight to greater demand for rental cars, travel today is different from how it was even six months ago, but that doesn’t mean you have to stay home.
Airlines, hotels, rental car companies, and train lines have worked hard to come up with the guidelines, protocols, and practices needed to ensure that they could open their doors again with confidence and, in partnership with sound health practices on the part of travelers, have paved the path forward to a new normal, even if temporary.
We sit down with Louise Miller, Managing Partner, Areka Consulting, and Mark Goldberger, Director of Enterprise Travel Management at TripActions, to hear about their travel experiences on the ground and in the skies since the onset of COVID-19 to get a glimpse of what other travelers can expect when they head back out on the road.
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