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A New Partnership: Rail Transit and Convention Growth

The study found that cities with direct rail access from downtown to airport terminals receive nearly 11 percent more revenue per room than hotels in cities without a rail airport connection....

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Addressing Future Capacity Needs in the U.S. Aviation System

The Eno Center study examines the existing infrastructure at six major U.S. airports and concluded that failure to immediately expand capacity will have dire economic effects on the regions they...

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U.S. Entry: Gateway to Jobs & Growth — Creating a Better Traveler Entry Process

This report examines the U.S. Customs Border Protection (CBP) entry process and its impact on the nation’s economy. Twenty policy proposals to improve the traveler’s entry experience are outlined/...

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Travel Means Jobs - 2012

Travel plays a critical role in the nation’s economy and job creation. The report outlines the industry’s economic impact and prevalence, the distinct makeup and nature of travel jobs. Delivering...

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Travel Strengthens Relationships and Ignites Romance

Couples who travel together have healthier, happier relationships compared to those who do not, according to a survey from the U.S. Travel Association. Couples in a romantic relationship report...

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Keep America Meeting: Securing the Future of Meetings Industry

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Articulates the economic impact and business productivity of face-to-face meetings, events and conventions.

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Ready for Takeoff

Every dollar spent by an overseas visitor in the United States counts as an export for the U.S. economy. Increasing international travel to the United States is the most effective form of economic...

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A Better Way - Building A World-Class System for Aviation Security

Outlines key elements for improving and streamlining air travel today.

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The Lost Decade

This report highlights the high costs of America's failure to compete for international travel during the 2000-2009 decade.  Outside the United States, international travel has experienced...

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