Right now, it's mainly Chinese businesspeople flooding into cities like New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles and spending almost $3,000 more per trip than other foreign visitors. But over the next few years, millions more Chinese are expected to visit the United States...
Registration is open for Destination Capitol Hill! At travel's premier legislative fly-in, March 25-26, you'll meet with policymakers to discuss critical issues impacting the industry and learn about upcoming legislation that affects you....
With 2015 fast approaching, many of us are itching to go on a new adventure. Whether you want to eat your way through a foodie mecca, immerse yourself in a new culture or explore remote trails in untamed frontiers, the New Year is the best time to set new goals and take...
Good news, bad news for anyone hopping on a plane in 2015: Airfares will likely not rise significantly in the new year compared to 2014, and a few cities will actually see prices drop. Unfortunately, domestic airline tickets are the highest I've seen in 10 years.
Oil prices have fallen by about half since June, making it much cheaper just in time for drivers to fill up their cars for Christmas travel. But the decline in oil prices has made no perceptible difference on the cost of flying. Fares are up from earlier this year, and many...
The report, "Passport to Future Economic Growth: How Expanding the Visa Waiver Program Will Strengthen the U.S. Economy and Create American Tourism Jobs," found that when a country joins the U.S. Visa Waiver Program,...
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