Articles tagged “skift travel health index”

Skift Research

Skift Travel Health Index: May 2022 Highlights

The "100 Club" now consists of seven members - seven countries where the travel industry performs at par or above 2019 levels. More will follow in the coming months.

Skift Travel Health Index: May 2022 Highlights

Coronavirus

Half of the Biggest Tourism Economies Close to Full Travel Recovery

The "100 Club" now consists of seven members — seven countries where the travel industry performs at par or above 2019 levels. Another four countries are following closely behind. Things are starting to look almost "normal."

Half of the Biggest Tourism Economies Close to Full Travel Recovery

Coronavirus

Travel Industry Is More Than 3/4 Recovered: New Skift Travel Health Index

The latest data and insights from our partners show that the travel industry is continuing to return to "traditional" levels of demand, and traveler behavior is looking increasingly like it did before the pandemic.

Travel Industry Is More Than 3/4 Recovered: New Skift Travel Health Index

Tourism

Mask Mandates Disappear and More Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, major U.S. airlines didn't hesitate to lift mask requirements, travel numbers in Japan begin steadily rising, and a hotel in South Carolina offers insight on how to create a disability inclusive workforce.

Mask Mandates Disappear and More Top Stories This Week

Coronavirus

The Impact of Russia’s War on Travel: New Skift Travel Health Index

The travel industry registered one of its strongest months of recovery since the inception of our index, with performance up across all sectors and almost all countries. The war in Ukraine, however, is casting a long shadow over travel's performance moving into March.

The Impact of Russia’s War on Travel: New Skift Travel Health Index

Coronavirus

Bookings Still Far Below Pre-Pandemic Levels: New Travel Health Index

Our improved Travel Health Index shows that pricing rules across all travel sectors. Inflated rates pulled up overall performance, but Omicron impacted new bookings coming in during January.

Bookings Still Far Below Pre-Pandemic Levels: New Travel Health Index