For online travel agencies (OTAs), travel management companies, or other third-party booking platforms, the current situation can have consequences just as severe as for hotels. In the midst of these uncertain and trying times, two things are becoming clear: one, that the world will eventually travel again and two, that travel will be significantly different. From the booking journey to traveler behavior and the actual stay, it is safe to assume that the industry needs to prepare for the new face of travel.
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