Keyword: U.S. Travel Association
The U.S. Senate voted on Dec. 19 to renew Brand USA as part of a broader end-of-year spending package.
The U.S. Travel Association’s newest forecast predicts that the U.S. share of global long-haul travel will fall to 10.4 percent by 2023.
Overall domestic travel grew 3.4 percent in August, while international inbound travel to the U.S. remained flat.
In June, international inbound travel to the United States saw its worst performance since September 2015, according to the U.S. Travel Association.
Over the next six months, the U.S. Travel Association said that the U.S. can expect to see slowed growth, both from domestic and international travelers.
Growth of the inbound market will decrease to 0.8 percent through October, according to the U.S. Travel Association.
A variety of research released this month should be on every U.S.-based hotelier’s radar.
The Trump administration's new travel ban is similar to its first ban, with a few choice concessions. But as bookings decline amid discussions on immigration, hotels prepare to take another hit.
How will President Trump's executive order banning travel into the U.S. from seven countries impact the greater global travel industry?
The 2016 U.S. presidential election is concluded, and we are left with a new leader and a country still divided. But hotel operators are taking a swing at optimism.