Bermuda Tourism Authority Interim CEO Glenn Jones recently spoke to Boston 25 News about the island and the eventual re-opening of international travel in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The report on Boston 25 News said, “After weeks spent cooped up inside, the travel deals already being advertised seem enticing.
“There will be pent up demand when Covid passes,” Bermuda Tourism Authority Interim CEO Glenn Jones told Boston 25 News.
“We think after the crisis passes, when it’s the right time to travel again, people will be very interested in places that are close, that are safe, and are clean,” he explained. “And I think those are three things that Bermuda has always done well.”
You can watch the video below and read the full story here on the Boston 25 News website.