It is still unknown when international travel can be safely restored, or how long it will be resumed after the lifting of the travel restriction. But it is certain that people’s travel will change fundamentally. Airlines, airports, cruise ships and hotels all need to develop and comply with new guidelines for maintaining social distance, cleanliness and catering services. Transparency is not an aviation industry’s strength – think of ineffective travel insurance policies and vague passenger protection rules. Those who are also planning to travel in the summer may face high prices adjusted by the company to cope with the decrease in travel. < p > < p > from July 1 to July 27, 2020, the average daily number of travelers detected by the transportation safety administration (TSA) at the airport was 648042, a decrease of 75% year-on-year. The impact will radiate from the travel industry, which accounts for 10% of the global economy, to the most remote corners of the world. Each trip will produce a domino effect of consumption, and money will go into the pockets of airlines, hotel operators, restaurant owners, taxi drivers, craftsmen, tour guides and shop owners. Overall, there are 300 million people in the tourism industry. Especially in developing countries, these efforts may bring opportunities to escape poverty and protect culture. < / P > < p > the new outbreak has put a third of the tourism industry at risk, and global airlines say they need up to $200 billion in relief funds. Even if some countries begin to abolish home orders and cautiously reopen tourism to domestic or regional sectors, the $1.7 trillion industry is expected to face up to 80% annual losses, according to the July report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and development. The longer the impact on leisure travel lasts, the loss may double. < / P > < p > the improvement of the industry is of great significance. According to the world travel and Tourism Council, every 1% increase in international arrivals will increase world GDP by $7.23 billion. However, it turns out that such a significant change is almost impossible, because almost every corner of the world is facing the threat of a new outbreak. < / P > < p > what can people who travel less do to ease the anxiety of isolation and help revitalize this vital sector of the economy while people are still fleeing the virus? How can the travel industry develop to ease the real worries of passengers? These problems affect all of us, whether we’re eager to get back to work or those who have returned to the office. Global Tech

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