More than half of business travelers (61%) have already taken their first multiday domestic business trip of the year, according to a Global Rescue survey of 1,700 experienced travelers. Global Rescue is a travel risk and crisis response provider. Dan Richards, CEO, said that business travel is returning due to climbing COVID-19 vaccination levels and the gradual reduction in government quarantine and testing requirements. Nevertheless, he added, “post-pandemic travel trepidations linger.”  International business travel, according to the survey, is growing but at a much slower pace. According to the survey, 17% of business travelers have already taken their first multiday international business trip of the year. A little more than a quarter (27%) expect to do so between now and March 2022. Forty-five percent have no plans for international business travel. More than half of survey respondents who travel for business (54%) reported that their company is using, or going to use, a hybrid model of work on- and off-site. Most of the business travelers (61%) said that a hybrid work model would not reduce their business travel despite the availability of online conferencing apps.