U.S. corporate travel has recovered to between 60 percent and 70 percent of pre-pandemic levels, with solid momentum continuing this spring, according to various sources. The rebound hasn't been uniform, with small businesses and domestic trips still far outpacing large corporate and international, though the gaps are narrowing. Fresh industry data show strength in life sciences and consumer products, and ongoing weakness in information technology, professional services and finance.
It stands to reason that travel is on the rise in industries that see greater value in or business imperative to conducting face-to-face . . .