Articles tagged “american travelers”

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U.S. Visitors Driving Southeast Asia’s Recovery So Far

Yes, travel is back but with China and Japan largely out of the Southeast Asian inbound equation, the recovery will be bumpy and lagging in many ways.

U.S. Visitors Driving Southeast Asia’s Recovery So Far

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U.S. Travelers Still Plan Memorial Day Road Trips Despite High Gas Prices

Memorial Day kicks off the summer travel season that will surely test American's resilience for inflation.

U.S. Travelers Still Plan Memorial Day Road Trips Despite High Gas Prices

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U.S. Job Growth in Travel for July Rises Despite Labor Shortages

A strong job market means lots of consumers are spending on domestic travel. But rising wages and recently tightened rules on visas for seasonal workers are pressuring some sectors. We take a sector-by-sector look.

U.S. Job Growth in Travel for July Rises Despite Labor Shortages

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Record 93 Million U.S. Citizens Traveled Outside the Country in 2018

Americans are increasingly eager to explore the world — and able to afford the journey — which is good news for the global travel industry.

Record 93 Million U.S. Citizens Traveled Outside the Country in 2018

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U.S. Travel Abroad Set New Record in 2016 Because of Stronger Dollar

Many travel brands were sweetening their deals for U.S. travelers last year to encourage them to take advantage of their dollars going further. The deals have remained pretty sweet this year, too, as countries like Canada and the UK are already reporting record U.S. visits.

U.S. Travel Abroad Set New Record in 2016 Because of Stronger Dollar

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Domestic Travel Became Even More Dominant for Americans Last Year

Some U.S. travelers will always want to stay close to home, regardless of the state of the world. Road trips to visit nearby friends and family continue to be the foundation of most American trips, and that will likely be the case again this year.

Domestic Travel Became Even More Dominant for Americans Last Year