To get back to its flourishing tourism status in the past, Europe has opened the borders to travelers from a group of countries since July 1. But the point is people still don’t feel comfortable to go on vacation in the current situation.
According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the European continent accounts for half of the globe’s tourism.
The outbreak inflicted heavy damage on Europe’s tourism industry. With closed borders and flights cancel, the air passenger carriers have violently been hit this year. The association expects a €100 billion loss in the airlines.
Although an action plan by the European Commission is ongoing to consider health-care guidelines in airplanes and destination hotels, people still can not trust air travels. The status quo has left many doubtful about travels safety.
A recent survey by Euronews found that 60 % of the participants feel it’s no safe to travel this year.