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Tourism

How Brand USA Is Leveling the Playing Field for Travel and Tourism

With the majority of global travel bookings occurring online, Brand USA and Tourism Exchange USA have joined forces to help introduce international travelers to historically underrepresented destinations, accommodations, activities, and experiences in the United States.

How Brand USA Is Leveling the Playing Field for Travel and Tourism

Travel Booking

Business Travel Recovering in Some Markets Faster Than Others

Everyone wants to know when business travel spending will recover to pre-pandemic levels. Signs are it'll be 2026, though some markets may recover faster, such as India, Britain, the U.S., and Australia.

Business Travel Recovering in Some Markets Faster Than Others

Tourism

Inflation Taps Brakes on Holiday Travel Plans This Year

Financial concerns are causing a large percentage of Americans to approach holiday travel cautiously, a major sign there are still limits to the seemingly unrestrained travel demand coming out of the pandemic.

Inflation Taps Brakes on Holiday Travel Plans This Year

News Blog

U.S. Senior Official Defends Government’s Lack of a Tourism Agency

A senior U.S. official found himself explaining to world leaders how tourism works within the U.S. government. One part of Brand USA's new "global marketplace" where sponsors can interact with customers. Source: Brand USA. While the World Travel and Tourism Council Global Summit, held in Saudi Arabia this week, welcomed tourism ministers from around the…

Tourism

Only 30 Percent of Americans Plan Holiday Travel: Is Demand Less Pent-Up?

Worries about their finances may have more Americans opting for their couches, not coach seats this holiday season. The go-go days coming out the pandemic of unbridled demand may be settling back down to reality.

Only 30 Percent of Americans Plan Holiday Travel: Is Demand Less Pent-Up?

Tourism

A Record 43 Million Americans Expected to Hit the Road for July 4 Weekend

Despite inflation being a significant concern for many Americans, the pent-up demand for travel is so strong that rising prices aren't deterring travelers from getting back on the road.

A Record 43 Million Americans Expected to Hit the Road for July 4 Weekend

Tourism

The Philadelphia Actor Bringing the U.S. Constitution to Life for Tourists

The U.S. Constitution has been enormously divisive throughout history. But Cathy Simpson considers it an honor to tell its story because of its crucial role in building the country.

The Philadelphia Actor Bringing the U.S. Constitution to Life for Tourists

Tourism

Japan Will Test Reopening With Select Triple Vaccinated Tourists

One of the most reticent Asian destinations is finally looking to reopen to tourists, but not before a trial run.

Japan Will Test Reopening With Select Triple Vaccinated Tourists

Coronavirus

U.S. Extends Vaccine Requirement for Non-Citizens at Land Borders

The Biden administration made a sensible decision to extend the requirement for foreign visitors crossing land and maritime borders to be vaccinated. The surge in Covid cases means there's no time for the U.S. to let down its guard in the fight against the virus.

U.S. Extends Vaccine Requirement for Non-Citizens at Land Borders

Hotels

U.S. Accommodation Sector Market Estimates 2022: New Skift Research

Except for the down year of 2020, the U.S. accommodation sector has been performing robustly, with the short-term rental segment gaining market share. We believe hotels will make a strong comeback in 2022 relative to the short-term rental sector.

U.S. Accommodation Sector Market Estimates 2022: New Skift Research