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United Kingdom: International Inbound Travel Market Profile (2018)

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The United Kingdom is the United States’ largest overseas inbound market, accounting for 11.7% of all overseas visitations to the U.S. The United States is similarly the largest long-haul (outside...

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Brexit and Travel to the U.S.: An Exclusive Report

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What are the effects of the U.K.'s exit from the European Union on the U.S. Travel Industry?

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China: International Inbound Travel Market Profile (2018)

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After seven years of double-digit growth—12 years if we exclude the 2009 recession—visitations from China to the U.S. grew by a mere 4% in 2017 and then declined by a staggering 5.7% in 2018. ...

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The Debrief: U.S. Travel's Hot Topics

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In our last Debrief Webinar of 2019,  Tori Barnes discusses advancing our industry’s top priorities in Congress, with the administration, in the eyes of the media and to the general public. ...

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Canada: International Inbound Travel Market Profile (2018)

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With 90% of its population living within 100 miles of the U.S. border, it is no surprise that Canada is the United States’ Number 1 inbound market. In 2018, the U.S. welcomed 21.5 million...

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Mexico: International Inbound Travel Market Profile (2018)

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Mexico is the second largest U.S. inbound market (after Canada) and accounted for 23% of all international visitations in 2018. The U.S. welcomed 18.5 million overnight arrivals from Mexico in...

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Australia: International Inbound Travel Market Profile (2018)

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Australia is the United States’ ninth largest overseas inbound market, accounting for 3.4% of all overseas visitations to the U.S. It is also one of the most lucrative markets, with the average...

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The Economic Review of Travel in America, 2019 Edition

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Analysis of current and historical measurements of the U.S. travel industry, including domestic and international inbound travel volume and the impact of travel on the U.S. economy.

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The Debrief: Getting Air Travelers REAL ID Ready

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On October 1, 2020, all driver's licenses will need to be REAL ID-compliant in order to fly domestically. During the webinar our team discussed the facts about REAL ID, highlighted new research...

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Destination Overcrowding and its Footprint on the Travel Industry

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Travel and tourism is growing around the world. However, due to several contributing factors, many destinations are grappling with a new reality—overcrowding, just one element contributing to...

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