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Articles tagged “US Travel Association”

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U.S. Relief Package Needs to Do More to Address Small Business Costs: Travel Industry Groups

If Congress doesn't address small business debt service obligations, employees run the risk of losing jobs and the company behind them.

U.S. Relief Package Needs to Do More to Address Small Business Costs: Travel Industry Groups

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

Congress Renews Brand USA’s Funding in 11th Hour Vote

The United States was well on its way to being one of the world's only tourism destination powerhouses without a marketing budget. In a rare piece of good news for U.S. tourism this year, Congress has just narrowly avoided that.

Congress Renews Brand USA’s Funding in 11th Hour Vote

Tourism

Domestic Travel Outlook Softens in Another Worrying Sign for U.S. Travel

Amid a softening forecast for domestic travel within the United States and red tape in Washington, D.C., Brand USA still needs a legislative path forward — and time is running out.

Domestic Travel Outlook Softens in Another Worrying Sign for U.S. Travel

Tourism

Brand USA Pleads Its Case to Congress as Funding Hangs in the Balance

Brand USA still doesn't have a legislative path forward — and time is running out. A failure to renew it will make the U.S. an outlier as a leading global tourism destination with no promotional budget.

Brand USA Pleads Its Case to Congress as Funding Hangs in the Balance

Tourism

Brand USA Finally Has a Path Forward Even as Some U.S. Airlines Oppose the Funding Plan

Plenty of lawmakers in Washington want to see Brand USA's funding renewed — but it should come as no surprise that an increased passenger tax will leave some parties unhappy.

Brand USA Finally Has a Path Forward Even as Some U.S. Airlines Oppose the Funding Plan

Business Travel

Did U.S. Business Travel Benefit From a Trump Bump?

Unexpected business travel growth in the U.S. is good news for the travel industry — but will it last?

Did U.S. Business Travel Benefit From a Trump Bump?

Tourism

The Most Visited U.S. States Spent Less to Market to Travelers Last Year

For some states coming in under budget is good news and for others the smaller spending signifies problems that marketing organizations are having. For now, most provisional tourism budgets increased for fiscal year 2016 and we'll soon see what impact that's had on travelers.

Tourism

Skift Podcast: What Happens When Travel Meets Politics and Global Unrest

The travel industry wants an open, welcoming United States that invests in better infrastructure and security staffing. As election season drags on, are politicians listening?

Skift Podcast: What Happens When Travel Meets Politics and Global Unrest

Airlines

The Lobbying Groups in the Fight for Open Skies Over U.S. Airspace

It isn't often that you see the U.S. Travel Association calling out anyone, let alone the largest airlines in the U.S., but the Gulf carriers' subsidy issue has exposed deep differences about competition and the global travel industry.

The Lobbying Groups in the Fight for Open Skies Over U.S. Airspace