On the brink of a shutdown, Congress passed a stopgap spending bill signed by President Obama keeping the federal government operating through mid-December.
This week's Friday Check-In features key findings from U.S. Travel's Labor Day survey as well as updates on upcoming FAA reauthorization and the Open Skies debate.
This week’s Friday Check-In comes to you from Portland, Ore. at the Educational Seminar for Tourism Organizations (ESTO).
The travel industry continues to drive America's economic health, as more than 8 million workers are now employed within our industry.
This week's Friday Check-In highlights U.S. Travel’s Summer Board Meeting and upcoming Travel Talks events across the country.
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.
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.
With FAA reauthorization approaching, U.S. Travel has released its National Aviation Policy. Roger also covers the importance of improving the Visa Waiver Program.
This week's Friday Check-In comes to you from Orlando at the 47th Annual IPW, the nation's premier international travel marketplace.
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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