Tourists walk near the Eiffel tower in Paris. The travel and tourism industry is one of the most severely hit sectors by the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Reuters Tourists walk near the Eiffel tower in Paris. The travel and tourism industry is one of the most severely hit sectors by the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Reuters
Tourists walk near the Eiffel tower in Paris. The travel and tourism industry is one of the most severely hit sectors by the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Reuters

Demand for international travel to sink 80 per cent this year as coronavirus pandemic crushes tourism, says Euromonitor

  • Recovery of international travel to pre-crisis level could be pushed back to 2023
  • The number of trips travellers take this year will dramatically fall to 311 million from 1.48 billion trips in 2019

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Tourists walk near the Eiffel tower in Paris. The travel and tourism industry is one of the most severely hit sectors by the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Reuters Tourists walk near the Eiffel tower in Paris. The travel and tourism industry is one of the most severely hit sectors by the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Reuters
Tourists walk near the Eiffel tower in Paris. The travel and tourism industry is one of the most severely hit sectors by the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Reuters
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