Travel and tourism professionals need to monitor the global pandemic’s impact on the Canadian travel industry. Forecast’s free report can help.
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Like everywhere else in the world, Canada is being affected by COVID-19. As Forbes reports, “airlines across the world have radically reduced operations due to the coronavirus,” including Canada. And the experience of traveling has changed. “Air Canada,” for example, “has implemented physical distancing practices wherever possible and is seating passengers as far apart as possible. The airline is also encouraging customers to check-in online or via the Air Canada app rather than at the airport in order to minimize social contact at airport check-in areas.”
Other than general observations like this, however, it can be difficult for travel and tourism professionals to find reliable data about the impact the pandemic is having on their industry. These data gaps make it difficult for travel and tourism professionals to plan for the future.
Forecast’s industry-focused report answers the question, “How is Coronavirus affecting Nova Scotia Tourism?”
Discover the ways the pandemic is affecting everything from airlift to individual carriers and destinations in Canada. The report is free, and we’ll send you updated versions a few times per month. Use it to improve your long- and short-term planning of and to make more informed decisions about the future of Canadian travel.
Forecast, Inc. is a full-service consulting firm specializing in air service development and commercial planning for the aviation industry. The firm was founded in 2005 and has conducted substantial work on behalf of airlines, airports, and government agencies.