Concise takes on the latest industry research, general association news, and the policy developments and current events that are affecting travel to and within the United States.
The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health released a first-phase report that found, through a layered approach to risk mitigation, there is a low risk of COVID-19 transmission on aircraft.
The travel industry cannot bounce back without travelers, and travelers need assurance that the act of traveling is safe.
The availability of scientific data is hugely beneficial in restoring consumers’ confidence in the ability to fly safely.
Infrastructure investment should remain top of mind—not just to create jobs today, but in anticipation of a post-pandemic surge in travel demand.
The evidence is clear: unless an economic and jobs recovery can be started for the hard-hit travel industry, there will be no recovery for the broader U.S. economy .
In the words of one Milwaukee-based writer , “a virtual convention is about as nourishing for its host city as a virtual bratwurst is for a hungry man.” For months, the cities of Milwaukee and...
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