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US Travel Recovery: Part 4—The Slow Rebound of International Travel and Its Implications for Retail

Coresight Research

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The recovery of travel in the US from the heavy impacts of the global Covid-19 pandemic is now fully under way.

Inbound international travel will be the final piece of the puzzle to form a full rebound of leisure travel spending in the US but will depend heavily on the pace of vaccination rollouts in other countries.

We analyze the slow rebound of international travel and its impacts on US retail.

This report is the fourth in Coresight Research’s five-part US Travel Recovery series. Click the topics below to read the rest of the series:

  1. A dichotomous return to leisure and business travel
  2. Dissipating regional travel differences
  3. Domestic-focused travel surge
  4. The slow rebound of international travel
  5. Impacts of a travel renaissance on consumer spending and industry employees

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