With groups beginning to travel again—now that the weather is warming up and the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel draws nearer—it's important to consider what has changed about the flying experience and what groups could now expect.
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Much like everything else in the world around us for the last year and some months, what travelers are craving has changed and continues to evolve. In order for those in the travel and tourism industry to grow and thrive right along with their clients, it's vital to marry what worked in the past with what's anticipated to be coveted points of interest in the future.
It's no secret that much has changed over the past year, leaving many in the travel industry wondering how the needs of their groups have changed. Trends for baby boomers, one of the largest travel demographics, have been switched up in a few ways—straying from their normal travel behaviors and outlooks.
After the year we've all had, travelers are increasingly looking for ways to plan future travel and have a trip that truly allows them to bask in whatever soothes the soul. That's where preparing for and understanding wellness travel comes in.