Articles tagged “u.s. travel”

Airlines

U.S.-UK Flying Will Be Back in Weeks: Airline Group Chief

In a move of optimism, the head of IATA says airlines could pressure governments enough to open the U.S.-UK corridor. Will it work?

U.S.-UK Flying Will Be Back in Weeks: Airline Group Chief

Tourism

New Jersey, New York and Connecticut to Ask Visitors From Several States to Self-Quarantine

The policy also applies to New Yorkers who travel to one of these states and then return home. Those states include: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington, Utah and Texas.

New Jersey, New York and Connecticut to Ask Visitors From Several States to Self-Quarantine

Tourism

Canada and the U.S. Slated to Extend Travel Ban Through July

No "bienvenue" for you. The United States and Canada appear set to agree to keep their 5,500-mile border closed to nonessential traffic, as the coronavirus continues to spread in both nations.

Canada and the U.S. Slated to Extend Travel Ban Through July

Business Travel

What the Travel Industry Wants From the Next Round of U.S. Government Relief

No shortage of lobbying on the travel industry's behalf went into the CARES Act. But with another round of financial stimulus on the horizon, the work is far from over.

What the Travel Industry Wants From the Next Round of U.S. Government Relief

Coronavirus

Hotels Face Bigger Hit Than Post-9/11 and Great Recession Combined: Hospitality Official Warns

Will the U.S.government be able to bail out everyone? The line of businesses and people hoping for relief is getting very long.

Hotels Face Bigger Hit Than Post-9/11 and Great Recession Combined: Hospitality Official Warns

Tourism

U.S. to See 6 Percent Drop in International Inbound Travel Over Next 3 Months

There may be scant official guidance saying travelers shouldn't visit the U.S., but it looks as though coronavirus is resulting in a sharp drop in international arrivals nonetheless.

U.S. to See 6 Percent Drop in International Inbound Travel Over Next 3 Months

Tourism

U.S. Travel Association Unveils 10-Year Agenda at a Turbulent Time for Travel

U.S. Travel is entering a new decade, and the trade group seems to be aware that maintaining growth for the next 10 years will require that it asserts itself politically more than ever before.

U.S. Travel Association Unveils 10-Year Agenda at a Turbulent Time for Travel

Tourism

Poland Becomes First Country in 5 Years to Join U.S. Visa Waiver Program

The U.S. inbound travel market needs all the good news it can get at the moment — and Poland's official entry into the visa waiver program is just that.

Poland Becomes First Country in 5 Years to Join U.S. Visa Waiver Program

Tourism

Social Media Requirement for Visa Waivers May Have Chilling Effect on U.S. Tourism 

International arrivals to the U.S. are slowing down, so the industry is right to worry that requiring travelers to disclose social media profiles as part of the online application for the visa waiver program could be viewed as unwelcoming.

Social Media Requirement for Visa Waivers May Have Chilling Effect on U.S. Tourism 

Tourism

New York City Projects Record-Breaking Visitors as U.S. Inbound Travel Cools

The picture of U.S. inbound travel overall is not particularly bright. But New York City has proved uniquely equipped to weather the storm.

New York City Projects Record-Breaking Visitors as U.S. Inbound Travel Cools