travel

  1. International Travel’s Bumpy Path of Return

    According to the latest U.S. Travel forecast, inbound travel is expected to slow down in the fall, and recovery to pre-pandemic levels may take until 2025.

    Region:
    USA
    Category:
    Tourism
    Author/s:
    By Aaron Szyf
    International Travel’s Bumpy Path of Return
  2. Destination Travel Leaders Convene for ESTO 2022 in Grand Rapids

    ESTO annually brings together tourism professionals from across the United States for three days of focused educational sessions on emerging trends and tools in destination marketing, with opportunities to share best practices among colleagues and discuss pressing issues and opportunities facing the travel and tourism industry as it continues to build its recovery.

    Region:
    USA
    Category:
    Tourism
    Author/s:
    By U.S. Travel Association
    Destination Travel Leaders Convene for ESTO 2022 in Grand Rapids
  3. A Heartfelt Goodbye to Roger Dow

    Roger joined U.S. Travel in 2005 following a successful 34-year career at Marriott International. Though Roger often joked that he had no experience in lobbying prior to taking on the job as travel’s top advocate, his sharp business acumen, vast network of contacts and decades of experience created a lasting impact on the U.S. travel industry.

    Region:
    USA
    Category:
    Tourism
    The U.S. Travel Association says a heartfelt goodbye to Roger Dow, who is stepping down from his role as president and CEO after 17 incredible years.
  4. US Lifts Covid-19 Test Requirement for International Travel

    The travel industry cheered the end of the predeparture testing requirement for inbound air travelers, which the Biden administration said would expire June 12.
    Repeal of testing requirement for all inbound air travelers projected to add 5.4 million visitors to U.S. and $9 billion in travel spending through remainder of 2022.

    Region:
    USA
    Category:
    Tourism
    Travel Industry Welcomes Lifting of Pre-departure Testing Requirement for Inbound Air Travelers Following Months of Advocacy.