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Lingering COVID restrictions and a patchwork approach to reopening across the country will prevent the economically crucial business travel segment from recovering until at least 2024.
U.S. Travel's Roger Dow issued a statement on the announcement that President Biden and U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson have agreed to reopen travel between their two countries as soon as possible.
"International travel can be safely restarted by applying a risk-based and science-driven approach."
The CEOs of all airlines that offer UK-US passenger services joined today with Heathrow Airport and other industry-leading CEOs in calling for the re-opening of transatlantic travel, a move that will be essential to igniting economic recovery.
The U.S. Travel Association’s Educational Seminar for Tourism Organizations (ESTO) announced today that registration is open for attendance at its live event, to be held in Los Angeles August 15-17.
U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow issued the following statement:
Leaders of 23 global travel companies sent a letter to President Biden Tuesday urging greater progress toward reopening international travel.
The Leisure & Hospitality industry gained 331,000 jobs in April—outperforming the overall U.S. jobs increase of 266,000, and offsetting jobs losses in other sectors.
U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow issued the following statement on today’s release of the U.K.’s “traffic light system” for international travel:
The U.S. Travel Association has announced the hiring of Nicole Porter as vice president, political affairs - PAC and grassroots, a newly created position.
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