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Old Apr 8, 20, 11:59 am
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notquiteaff
 
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Originally Posted by narvik View Post
But there's also the possibility that after being cooped-up for so long, even the leisure travelers might come back in droves.
Similarly for going out to eat and to bars/pubs.

Overcompensation for being "locked up" too long.
How long have you been locked up so far? (three weeks here)

How many times do non-Flyertalker leisure travelers go on vacation in a normal year?

How much money do people who were laid off/furloughed have to spend on overcompensation vacations?

Sure, there will be some, but I very much believe that demand will be low compared to last year this time.
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