Ensuring visitor safety is paramount for our industry. Join the U.S. Travel Association at the Secure Tourism Summit on April 19 in New York City. Register now to hear from Betsy Wall, former executive director of the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism, as she speaks...
Can airports help communities add jobs and garner more business? The answer is "yes" from experts who spoke at a Chamber of Southwest Florida gathering called "Air Commerce: An Economic Driver."
Airlines expect a record number of 145 million spring travelers to fly from March 1 through April 30. U.S. and foreign airlines added 37 nonstop routes last year at U.S. airports.
In 2015, Americans passed up a whopping 658 million vacation days, costing the U.S. economy $223 billion. That kind of statistic represents a lot of pressure for CEOs to figure out how to get their employees to take more time off.
Despite anecdotal reports of a slowdown of interest in traveling to the U.S. since the election of Trump, official numbers showed Canadians' visits to the U.S. surged to their highest level since 2015.
The company Clear is using eye scans and fingerprints to get passengers into lines faster. Next year, passive iris scanning may be used. This could ultimately end in the removal of a paper ticket altogether.
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