From May 3-5, 2022, the Miami International Airport Convention Center will host the World Travel Expo Miami (WTE). Held in partnership with Miami-Dade County and other organizations, the event promises to bring together international leaders in the aviation and travel industry to promote and discuss new market opportunities, including destination pavilions.
The event’s program will also include a roundtable with Ministers of Tourism and opportunities for one-on-one meetings with airlines, airports, travel agents, tour operators, ministers and other interested parties. WTE aims to be a platform for participants to promote destinations, businesses, brands, products and tourist services.
The World Travel Expo Miami will also offer seminars and workshops, cutting-edge travel content, and networking, and a bridge to public and private partnerships with travel companies, destination experts, travel professionals and consumers.
You can seize the opportunity to participate in innovative leadership, an interactive exhibit, business opportunities and a meeting point at one of the world’s busiest airports at World Travel Expo Miami.
Promote your business, your brand and the products and services you offer among other influential leaders and experts in your fields, as well as discuss current challenges, emerging trends and business opportunities in the industry.
If you would like to find more information about the event, visit the WTE Miami website for more details.
Business travel returns faster than expected in the US
And speaking of the travel market, we expect to have more good news in the World Travel Expo Miami.
Face-to-face conferences are returning sooner than anticipated in the United States, great news for industries such as airlines and hotels, which depend on corporate travel for a full recovery.
And some conferences planned for the fall season have a totally pre-pandemic flavor, with nearly all speakers and attendees scheduling to be on-site rather than using Zoom.
The recent recovery was seen in a survey of economic prospects for the second quarter, from the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants, which found that about a third of business leaders estimate that corporate travel is already returning or will return to pre-pandemic levels by the end of the year.
But business travel still has a long way to go: it’s at 30% to 35% of pre-pandemic levels, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co. And it will take even longer for international business travel to return, with many restrictions on travel.
The desire to return to face-to-face meetings is linked to the fast-paced economic recovery in the US after vaccinations accelerated and restrictions on activities eased.
Summer flights and corporate travel
Global corporate travel bookings are recovering at the rate of 10% week after week, according to TripActions, a corporate travel administrator who monitors ticket distribution rates. They have risen more than 300% since the beginning of the year, in June. The pace picked up as vaccination rates increased and offices reopened.
United Airlines announced, in June, record demand for jets and an expansion of its services to two major business travel destinations: San Francisco and Newark.
Have experienced professionals taking care of your trip
Mundi has been in the market for over 10 years, with tradition and knowledge to guarantee group trips’ best experience. We are used to handling event execution for groups ranging from small executive meetings to international events. If you are thinking about attending the World Travel Expo Miami, we can drive you there in our luxury cars with highly qualified chauffeurs.
Our vehicles are equipped with high technology to plan routes and optimize them according to our clients’ needs. Our team is also on call 24/7 to ensure every step of your journey is accomplished with impeccable service.