• Leisure travel has made a startling comeback, but business travel's recovery could still be years away

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    A TSA officer wears a mask at Logan International Airport in Boston in March 2020.
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    Leisure travel is making a strong comeback, but corporate travel is still lagging behind.
    Combination business and leisure travel is "cushioning the blow," but won't save business travel hotels.
    Patrick Scholes, an analyst at Truist Securities, believes business travel won't fully recover until 2023.
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