About three-quarters of corporate travel buyers and procurement professionals surveyed this month by the Global Business Travel Association project their organizations will resume non-essential domestic business travel sometime this year, if they haven’t already.
About 60 percent of the approximately 302 respondents to the GBTA survey, which was conducted online March 8-13, indicated they believe their organizations will restart such travel in the second half of 2021, with about 24 percent projecting no restart until 2022. About 7 percent indicated such travel already has restarted, with the remainder suggesting it would start by the end of June.