The leading bus trade group hosts a Fly-In for members on May 4 to discuss important industry issues.
A new monthly index charts the volume and pace of all inbound and domestic U.S. travel.
The travel economy would lose $185 million per day with 530,000 U.S. workers affected.
With 4.1 million would-be travelers staying home this Labor Day weekend, travel-related services lose business.
AUG. LCT: The trade group promotes business and leisure travel into and within the U.S., which comprises a sizable revenue stream for chauffeured car.
A multi-year bill working its way through Congress called the Developing a Reliable and Innovative Vision for the Economy (DRIVE) Act could improve infrastructure.
Too much "capacity discipline" makes air travel challenging for passengers and hurts the travel economy.
The letter was signed by hospitality companies, trade associations and convention and visitors bureaus from every corner of the U.S.
Since May 2009, travel exports have risen by 58% — 21% faster than the rise in other exports of goods and services.
In-depth: All travel-related businesses would benefit from a free-trade approach to global commercial aviation routes.
Despite rising activity, the nation's travel infrastructure is not keeping up with demand.
But households with $100,000-plus annual income are more likely to. What about your clients?
The U.S. Travel Association presents an aviation policy plan that is pro-competition, pro-growth and pro-traveler.
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