While demand for long-distance flights and city destinations is recovering more slowly than for domestic travel, 2023 is predicted to see a near-total return to pre-pandemic travel patterns for Austrian consumers. Pent-up demand for long-haul travel will push people to spend good money on more distant destinations and longer stays.
Business inbound is unlikely to recover to pre-pandemic levels within the forecast period in terms of number of trips, given the expected collective long-term changes underway at the level of individual companies. Cost-cutting measures will include a cut-back on business travel as technologies that facilitate remote working and virtual events will see continued use, though not to the degree that face-to-face meetings will disappear entirely.
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