Sanitizing stations, social distancing floor stickers and nasal swabs were not part of the travel experience before the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, they are a regular part of the routine. But for how long?
NBC News asked some industry experts to weigh in on which travel trends, technologies and protocols might outlast the pandemic.
“Many business travelers will lower their number of trips, and leisure travelers will shift from ‘hyper-global’ to ‘hyper-local’ travel for the foreseeable future,” said Chekitan Dev, professor of management at Cornell University’s SC Johnson College of Business in the School of Hotel Administration. “Businesses are connecting with