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Travel's Reopening and Coronavirus Recovery

The latest news about coronavirus recovery around the world and the reopening of travel and tourism in destinations around the world.

Skift Research subscribers can view the latest data about country-by-country recovery at the Skift Recovery Index. Data about public companies can be viewed at the Skift Health Score.

Coronavirus

Why Latin America’s Travel Recovery Might Lag the World’s

The only upcoming trip for many Latin Americans will be returning to their workplaces. A feckless U.S. and reckless China have prevented the world from coordinating a response to the pandemic.

Why Latin America’s Travel Recovery Might Lag the World’s

Tourism

Vietnam Races Ahead of Other Southeast Asian Countries in Tourism Reopening

Astonishingly, Vietnam is the success story in Southeast Asia in the battle with coronavirus. Domestic travel is now kickstarting recovery, while so-called travel bubbles allowing travel with China and South Korea are in the air.

Vietnam Races Ahead of Other Southeast Asian Countries in Tourism Reopening

Coronavirus

Hyatt Notches a Coronavirus Rarity — Sold-Out Hotels

Hopeful signs are emerging for Hyatt in the second half of 2020, but it has to differentiate itself from competitors looking to pounce on those same limited opportunities.

Hyatt Notches a Coronavirus Rarity — Sold-Out Hotels

Tourism

Skift and Twenty31 Join Forces to Deliver Destination Recovery Services

Skift is partnering with destination consultancy Twenty31 to build out tourism recovery services for destinations worldwide.

Skift and Twenty31 Join Forces to Deliver Destination Recovery Services

Airlines

Hilton’s Recovery Won’t Depend on People Flying Again: CEO

Airlines may lag hotels in their recovery timeline, but both industries need more coronavirus testing and treatments to have a shot at returning to peak performance levels.

Hilton’s Recovery Won’t Depend on People Flying Again: CEO

Tourism

U.S. Destinations Use Driving Data to Gauge Pent-Up Demand

When people are finally willing to get away, there is a belief they will be willing to do so primarily by car. The Arrivalist has a dataset designed to help destinations know precisely when that is.

U.S. Destinations Use Driving Data to Gauge Pent-Up Demand