U.S. domestic business travel grew in April, according to the U.S. Travel Association's Travel Trends Index
. After tracking below 50 on the index, indicating year-over-year decline, for 13 months, domestic business travel measured 51.7 in April, signaling year-over-year growth.
It's a bright spot in an otherwise gray year but expected to be short lived, according to the USTA. The six-month Leading Travel Index, which forecasts the likely average pace and direction of travel volume over the same period the prior year, shows business travel languishing at 49.6.
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