Airlines Adapting To New Normal of More Leisure Travel

Airlines are making noticeable changes to their route schedules to include more vacation destinations, a reflection of a still stagnant business travel market and an uptick in leisure travel.

According to Bloomberg New Service, airlines are shifting away from business routes that connect big cities and are moving more toward leisure routes that take fliers to sun-drenched, warm-weather locations.

Right now, it’s all about demand say the airlines. And consumer demand has shifted away from business travel – which, as such prominent figures as Bill Gates believe will never get back to previous levels because of Zoom – meaning you’ll find less direct routes from big city to big city and more routes to vacation spots.

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