ORTG chairman says there's still an appetite for travel
The head of a local travel firm believes the number of passengers travelling to and from the Island will bounce back once the borders re-open.
It's been more than seven weeks since the borders were shut to limit the spread of coronavirus.
The pandemic has affected both tourism and business travel, while a number of airlines have reported financial difficulties as a result of the outbreak.
However, chairman of the Online Regional Travel Group Brian Kelly is confident the industry will recover: