This timely book presents a unique collection of “new normal” trends, issues, and challenges of tourism and hospitality management and practices from the perspective of the COVID-19 pandemic. It features empirical contemporary research and case studies that incorporate a bottom-up approach from survival to revival of the travel and tourism industry around the world amidst the pandemic. The volume addresses a number of pandemic-related tourism issues. It looks at the impact of the pandemic on tourism-dependent economies and businesses as well as government responses in tourism-dependent cities and regions, including the US, India, Mexico, Australia, and Singapore. Topics include the links between mass tourism and airplane face mask shaming, with the obtained research used to suggest recommendations to ensure a sustainable post-crisis recovery for air-transport and tourism fields; new planning strategies for new tourism products and packages; using software to determine employability skills for jobs in tourism, hospitality, and events; and more. With a selection of revealing case studies, Domestic Tourism and Hospitality Management: Issues, Scope, and Challenges amid the COVID-19 Pandemic offers crucial and diverse insights for a better understanding of the most current issues, trends, and management strategies in tourism and hospitality from different parts of the world. It will be a helpful resource for researchers, academicians, policymakers, and other professionals around the world.