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Friday Check-inApril 13, 2018

The National Travel and Tourism Office announced last week that it will suspend the release of overseas arrival data to the U.S. pending the resolution of a data collection issue.

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Friday Check-inMarch 22, 2018

Hundreds of members of the travel industry convened in Washington this week at Destination Capitol Hill to make our collective voice heard on priority issues. 

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Friday Check-inMarch 08, 2018

The Visit U.S. Coalition released a set of policy recommendations centered on steps the federal government should take to win back our nation’s share of the global travel market and aid in the administration’s goal of sustained GDP growth.

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Friday Check-inFebruary 16, 2018

In this week’s message, we address travel industry matters related to the recently enacted federal budget deal, the release of President Trump’s fiscal 2019 budget proposal and his much-anticipated infrastructure plan.

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Friday Check-inFebruary 02, 2018

In President Trump’s State of the Union address earlier this week, he suggested several opportunities for the travel industry to partner with his administration on shared priorities.

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Friday Check-inJanuary 12, 2018

This year promises to be filled with important moments for the travel industry in our work to increase travel to and within the United States.

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Friday Check-inDecember 22, 2017

Our final check-in reflects on the many achievements we accomplished together this year. 

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Friday Check-inDecember 08, 2017

Last week, tax bill language singling out foreign airlines was successfully removed from the legislation prior to approval.

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Friday Check-inNovember 17, 2017

U.S. Travel’s board met this week to address multiple issues related to travel and tourism, from America’s declining share of international travel to the role our industry plays in bringing relief and recovery following challenging situations.

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Friday Check-inNovember 03, 2017

Dozens of leaders representing major segments of the travel industry are urging lawmakers in both chambers of Congress to address much-needed enhancements in the aviation system. 

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