Traveling in the Unknown
17 min

COVID-19 has created a “new normal” as we navigate today’s unknowns, especially when it comes to travel. As we continue to maintain social distancing guidelines, how has the travel industry been keeping up with the new ways of operating under these circumstances? What can we anticipate from travel sectors in the months ahead? Kevin McCarthy, Senior Research Analyst in Lodging and Leisure, and Michael Barr, Senior Research Analyst in Airlines and Transportation, speak to Peter Andjelkovich, Managing Director at Neuberger Berman, to help to answer these questions and more.

 

 

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