We’re creating a more connected travel industry, underpinned by sustainability and long-term investor relations.
We want travel to be a more connected and complete experience for both tourists and corporate travelers. Our industry has a key role in the development and improvement of several services that will be integral to creating a truly connected future of travel. We’ve reached a ‘point of no return’ during the last decade in providing connected travel experiences, but it is always worthwhile to ask ourselves if there are situations where connectivity may be a setback.
We did just that and asked travelers and travel industry players from Latin America what they felt are the pros and cons of being constantly connected while traveling. Although there is no scientific sampling here, the answers highlight how badly people who travel want a better experience, where everything is available via a single click.
Below are some of the most interesting replies we received concerning the benefits of a connected journey:
When asked why someone would be opposed to a connected journey, many respondents simply could not answer, and some chose to joke about it in the absence of a good reason:
These opinions of Latin American travelers follow global trends, which are soon becoming a rule in the industry. This tells us that we’re on the right track to create a better travel experience because connected trips will be one of the main pillars in shaping the future of travel .
Can you think of any reasons for or against creating a more connected travel experience? Let us know!