Post-coronavirus, ‘regular’ travel may not return until 2023. The rebound will be led by business travelers, but passenger volume won’t return to 2019 levels until 2023 at the earliest.
How long after international travel should you get tested (and why)?
- At this time, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises that unvaccinated travelers get tested three to five days after returning from any trip and remain isolated for seven days, or remain isolated for 10 days after returning from any trip without getting tested.
- Even those who have had all of their vaccinations should get tested three to five days after returning from overseas travel; however, they are not required to self-isolate during this time period.
When will domestic flight operations resume in India?
- On May 25, 2020, the Ministry of Civil Aviation of the Government of India began domestic flight operations in India, although in a phased-in manner.
- In order to ensure that airlines do not charge passengers an unreasonable amount for their tickets, the government has divided into sectors according to the typical flight times involved.
- Flights on international routes are not back up and running just yet.
How long will it take for the travel industry to recover?
- The specialists are aware that they do not possess a crystal ball, but they are in agreement that it will be around 18 to 24 months before there is a big increase in demand, and before the sector begins to recover to ordinary levels.
- In the meanwhile, the travel sector is going to see several extremely significant shifts, including: Airports may implement additional types of security checks to ensure passengers’ safety.