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The travel industry is voicing a common refrain: President Trump's travel ban, terror attacks in Europe and a laptop ban represent a recipe for a potential sharp decline in visitors to and from the United States.

source: The New York Times

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source: U.S. Travel Association

Texas lawmakers left $34 million in the coffers for the Economic Development and Tourism division of Gov. Greg Abbott's office to market the state and conduct vital research about the state's travel economy during the next two years, more than half of the $67.7 million...

source: San Antonio Express-News

It's a strategy that has the ability to create jobs, grow our economy, generate revenue for the airports and strengthen our position as the Air Capital of the World.

source: The Wichita Eagle

The Trump administration's travel ban may yet have a dampening effect on international travel, but the U.S. Travel Association is predicting strong growth in the coming year, spurred mostly by domestic travel.

source: Business Traveller

Staying open although the three largest U.S. carriers are stepping up their lobbying of the Trump administration to curtail Gulf airlines’ access to the U.S., the CEOs of two smaller ones are resolute in their continuing support for the U.S.'s Open Skies policy.

source: Aviation Week Network


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