Business travel is taking off again.
Despite changes to how we conduct business brought on by the pandemic, like Zoom meetings and remote work, airline and hotel industries are reporting a recent uptick in business travel tickets.
As return to office days pop up on employee calendars, workers are also back to attending meetings in person, and that includes events and trade shows.
The number of trade shows and events scheduled in Las Vegas is higher this year than in 2019, the New York Times reports.
Though the industry is not believed to return to pre-pandemic levels for a few years, business travelers will likely be joined by “revenge travelers” on planes to destinations across the U.S. and world. AAA Travel even predicts the upcoming Memorial Day holiday weekend will see 60% more travelers than last year.
Boston.com wants to know if readers are hitting the skies once again for work travel. If so, are you happy to be jet-setting again? Or are you torn on whether it’s even worth it right now? Let us know in the from below if you’re traveling for work, how you feel about it, and where you’re jetting off to on business. You can also e-mail your experience to [email protected]. Your response may be used in an upcoming Boston.com article and/or its social media channels.