Air travel to Hungary hit hardest extending hotel pain

CEE air travel

Robert McLean

#cee, #proptech, #development a #architecture

Hoteliers in Prague aren’t complaining much out of respect for the human suffering that Ukrainians are enduring almost next door. But the unexpected war has dashed their hopes of a steady recovery following two miserable years of pandemic restrictions. Those hopes rested to a large degree on CEE air travel and the airline sector’s ability to bounce back. So has the war grounded flight ticket purchases to, and within Europe?

Not really. Or to put it more precisely, not nearly as much as the Covid crisis did. That’s the clear picture you get if you look at . . .

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