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Friday Check-inAugust 21, 2015

The travel industry continues to drive America's economic health, as more than 8 million workers are now employed within our industry. 

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Friday Check-inJuly 31, 2015

This week's Friday Check-In highlights U.S. Travel’s Summer Board Meeting and upcoming Travel Talks events across the country. 

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Friday Check-inJuly 17, 2015

This week's Friday Check-In highlights data showing an all-time high of 8.1 million American jobs that are now directly linked to our industry, plus U.S. Travel's proposal to improve air travel by cutting taxes for travelers. 

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Friday Check-inJuly 03, 2015

Updates on the Open Skies debate, passage of TPA legislation and record-high Fourth of July travel spending in this week's Friday Check-In.

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Friday Check-inJune 19, 2015

With FAA reauthorization approaching, U.S. Travel has released its National Aviation Policy. Roger also covers the importance of improving the Visa Waiver Program.

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Friday Check-inJune 05, 2015

This week's Friday Check-In comes to you from Orlando at the 47th Annual IPW, the nation's premier international travel marketplace.

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Friday Check-inMay 22, 2015

This week's Friday Check-In covers updates on the Open Skies debate, record Memorial Day travel and the upcoming IPW 2015 conference in Orlando, FL.

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Friday Check-inMay 08, 2015

This week's Friday Check-In features a most successful National Travel and Tourism Week and policy decisions impacting the travel industry on Capitol Hill.

 

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Friday Check-inMay 01, 2015

This week's Friday Check-In features travel leaders at an exclusive White House event to discuss international trade. Updates on air travel infrastructure, the Passenger Facility Charge and National Travel and Tourism Week are also covered.

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Friday Check-inApril 10, 2015

This week's Friday Check-In features details on a new U.S. Travel survey that says air travelers are willing to pay more to improve their flying experience. We also preview National Travel and Tourism Week, coming up May 2-10.

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