By Christopher Elliot | July 21, 2021

‘It’s the biggest travel question of the summer, and maybe of the year: When will travel go back to normal?

We’re not there yet. Travel restrictions remain in place. Prices are unpredictable. And people are nervous.

“I would not call this normal,” says Sertan Kabadayi, a marketing professor at Fordham University. “I think ‘somewhat normal’ would be a better descriptor. Even though we can travel more than last year and feel better about it in general, there is still a lot of uncertainty, confusion and even anxiety created by ever-changing travel requirements and restrictions regarding testing, vaccination and quarantine.”

Read the full article at The Washington Post.