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After a turbulent two years, new research from the Mastercard Economics Institute reveals that global leisure and business flight bookings have surpassed pre-pandemic levels, while spending on cruise lines, buses and trains saw sharp improvements this year.

Based on these newly released Mastercard Economics Institute insights, join this webinar to explore:

  • An in-depth look at the tailwinds that are pushing travel back on track
  • Key tradeoffs consumers are weighing when making travel related purchasing decisions
  • Perspective on these trends from the industry leaders
  • Strategies for navigating these dynamic trends for travel organizations and credit card users

 

 Speakers:

   
Michelle Meyer 

Michelle Meyer

Chief Economist, United States
Mastercard

   
Natalia Lechmanova 

Natalia Lechmanova

Senior Economist, Europe and Middle East, Africa
Mastercard

   
Adam Malone 

Adam Malone

Vice President, Consumer Marketing
Norwegian Cruise Line

   
Francis Hondal 

Francis Hondal

Executive Advisor
Mastercard

   

 

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