Tourism growth could stall next summer, ITIC warns


Irish tourism growth could flatten next summer – as pent-up consumer demand, deferred hotel bookings and household savings accumulated during the pandemic will have eased by 2023, said Eoghan O’Mara Walsh, chief executive of the Irish Tourism Industry Confederation (ITIC). warned against it.

2022 is a strange and challenging year,” said O’Mara Walsh. “There is pent-up demand, consumer savings and travel and tourism have rallied globally – but the sector is struggling. By 2023, the deferred bookings and savings will be gone — so 2023 will be a much softer year. Tourism growth could stall next summer, ITIC warns

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