As COVID-19 spread worldwide in early 2020 resulting in global travel restrictions, international departures declined. However, as travel restrictions have eased and vaccination rates rise, growth in international travel is finally expected in 2022. Coinciding with a global downfall in international travel due to COVID-19, many luxury travel industry players have suffered, including hotels, airlines, travel agents, and destinations. However, it has been well documented that the pandemic has transformed many travelers into high-net-worth individuals and made the super-wealthy even wealthier. This trend will no doubt benefit the luxury tourism market as more travelers can now afford to indulge in luxury products and services during future trips.