Remote Work eases Thanksgiving travel crush, famous as much as the national festivity.
As the pandemic restrictions were lifted, people started to move around again. And experts say this year’s holiday could be the busiest since the pandemic’s start. However, remote work gained similar popularity among employers and employees, easing the tension for the travel industry and travelers.
As airline industry analyst Robert Mann said: “What we’re seeing this year is the peak started, if you will, last Friday”. Remote work allows people to book their flights in advance and spend more on their destinations, saving time and budget. According to travel app Hopper economist Hayley Berg, Thanksgiving flight prices went up 30% this year. However, flexible options saved on average $100 per ticket.
So, remote work eases Thanksgiving travel crush, providing more flexibility and choices to people.