The Salt Lake Tribune
December 30, 2010
A new survey reveals three in four air travelers believe there has to be a better way to conduct air travel security screening.
Travel Daily News
December 29, 2010
As we close the books on 2010, many in the travel industry are likely to add the following refrain to their last chorus of Auld Lang Syne: “Are We There Yet?” If so, the simple answer is “well, almost.”
December 21, 2010
The U.S. government can reduce consumer frustration with airport security and encourage more people to fly by adopting changes such as a “trusted traveler” program, an industry group said.
December 20, 2010
An airline trade group is proposing a new type of security checkpoint that could speed clearance for travelers deemed low-risk.
The China Post
December 16, 2010
Taiwan's de facto ambassador to the United States yesterday said that it is “hopeful” for the country to be chosen as candidate for future inclusion to the U.S. visa-waiver program after Taiwan signs three agreements with Washington next year.
December 16, 2010
Washington may be about to offer air travelers who are frustrated by the Transportation Security Administration’s new screening techniques a little relief.
December 14, 2010
The United States doesn't attract nearly as many foreign travelers as it used to. And to try to address that, the U.S. government and travel industry have launched a new travel promotion corporation. The group says one of its first tasks will be convincing international travelers that the U.S. is looking forward to seeing them.
December 13, 2010
Roger Dow is ready to raise the volume on the voice of the travel and meetings industries – and armed with a vision of cooperative advocacy, he’s more than ready to hold the megaphone himself in an effort to rally others to his cause.
December 11, 2010
In an interview with Brazil's leading weekly newsmagazine Veja, Thomas A. Shannon, the American ambassador in Brazil revealed that Washington is very interested in eliminating the need of visas for Brazilians traveling to the United States.
Las Vegas Sun
December 9, 2010
Gaming industry leaders are confident visitors will return in greater numbers in 2011, benefitting hotels, restaurants and resort amenities, but they’re less confident about whether their casinos will see a similar increase.