A new study found that 77 percent of business travelers and 64 percent of employed Americans are ready to bring back business travel.
According to a survey from American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), the majority of business travelers said the increased reliance on virtual work has negatively impacted both productivity (64 percent) and workplace culture (65 percent).
Data shows that 69 percent of respondents approved of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) move to relax mask requirements, with many responding by making additional travel plans.
Another 43 percent of Americans revealed they are more likely to travel for business compared to 2020-21 in response to relaxed public health requirements from the CDC and state and local governments.
Source: Travel Pulse