Private airlines are thriving

The pandemic has hit the tourism industry hard. All around the world, hotels, bars, car rental agencies, travel agencies, private airlines, and cruise lines are scrambling to keep their businesses together as we struggle both with a global recession and a serious pandemic. Just when we think we’re about to get a respite, it hits us harder than before and we’re back to square one. 

Does this mean that luxury travel is doomed to fail? Not at all. The defining quality of successful businesses is the ability to roll with the punches and adapt to new situations quickly. Luxury travel is far from over, and the industry is slowly climbing back to its feet with some innovative solutions that will give us back our chance to travel the world. 

So, if you’re eager to back to the splendor of luxury travel, here’s what the industry is doing to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. 

More glamping destinations are available

One of the safest ways to use up your vacation days other than lounging on the couch is to go camping. For the most part, you don’t have to deal with any crowds, you don’t have to share a living space with anyone you don’t know, and you won’t encounter tourists who could potentially infect you. It’s just you, your close family, and endless nature. 

So, so if you want to enjoy both the wonders of nature and splendid luxury without the discomfort of regular camping, your best vacation option right now is glamping. Instead of lying on cold, bumpy earth in a cramped tent, you can book a spot at one of the numerous glamping destinations that are right now popular in most luxury travel agencies. 

Private yacht trips are taking precedence 

Major boat trips aren’t exactly encouraged right now – a lot of people in one space, and all of them too close together. However, this doesn’t mean you won’t be able to feel the fresh scent of sea air and enjoy a relaxing voyage. 

Instead of big boat shows, luxury travel is now turning to private yacht trips with fewer passengers and better safety measures to help everyone enjoy themselves. For those looking for even more glamour and adventure, personal yachts and luxury rib boats for sale can bring even more possibilities to the table. After all, if you just have the ability to set sail and go on a trip whenever you want to, then the overwhelming stress of the pandemic won’t affect you as much. You get all of the luxury with none of the fuss.

Private airlines are thriving 

Big, commercial airlines with hundreds of passengers are currently unsafe, but people still need to travel. Fortunately, this only means that private jets for hire and luxury private airlines are now giving the passengers the stress-free experience they need as they jetset around the world. 

With so many flight restrictions, the private airlines are sometimes the only way to evacuate an area, visit someone, or travel for pleasure is by using a private jet. 

Spas are offering anxiety-relief treatments

Even those who know how to take things in stride and remain calm under pressure are suffering from the effects of being stuck in a quarantine all the time. You can’t go anywhere, you can’t see anyone, and everywhere around you people seem to be getting sick. How can anyone stay completely unperturbed? 

Spas all around the world have decided to help people deal with this kind of pressure. Right now, anxiety-relief packages are available in most luxurious spas, and people can sign up to get relaxing treatments like deep tissue massages and reiki sessions that can boost mental health. Wellness retreats are also a popular choice for people who wish to nurture their health and help their immune systems recover.  

Travel companies are allowing postponements 

That summer vacation you booked before the chaos started? Given the situation, you might not be able to travel where you wanted to, but fortunately, companies understand the issue. Most travel agencies are now offering you the option to postpone your trip for up to a year until the coronavirus situation is under control. 

Sadly, most of these companies aren’t offering full refunds, but you still get to get your life in order and wait for the pandemic to die down a little until travelling is safe again. Your dream vacation to the Bahamas will still happen, and you can take it once you’re feeling completely safe again. 

Vacations are still possible, and the lux travel industry is now more intent than ever to provide a truly glamorous experience to clients. If you’ve been trying to get away from the hustle and bustle of your daily life and safely travel to a distant destination where you can relax a little, you absolutely still have that possibility. It can be costly, but it’s worth it. 

By Anurag Rathod

Anurag Rathod is an Editor of, who is passionate for app-based startup solutions and on-demand business ideas. He believes in spreading tech trends. He is an avid reader and loves thinking out of the box to promote new technologies.