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U.S. Travel is monitoring recent developments regarding the Zika virus and its potential impact on travel to and within the U.S. While CDC reports that widespread transmission here is unlikely at this time, we are prepared to activate our industry's readiness efforts if and when needed.
The U.S. Travel Association said Wednesday the FAA bill released by House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee members makes significant strides towards achieving “transformational” reform of America’s aviation system, but falls short by ignoring an essential component: our airports.
In order to provide comprehensive, data-driven insight on the travel industry, the U.S. Travel Association research team has launched the Travel Trends Index (TTI), a monthly economic indicator measuring the direction and pace of travel volume to and within the United States.
We are glad that DHS has heeded calls for release of this data from U.S. Travel and other organizations, and hope that Congress will use this data as a starting point for rational and informed debates on visa security and immigration enforcement.
The growing popularity of Pre✓ and similar trusted traveler programs is good news for travelers, who deserve a comprehensive, efficient security screening process that makes their journeys both safer and more expedient.
Early primary state voters hear constantly about how presidential aspirants will create jobs. Actually, they’re helping local economies just by being in town—and a U.S. Travel Association messaging campaign is driving home the point.
The U.S. Departments of State and Homeland Security jointly announced the implementation of measures that will require a relatively few number of individuals applying to visit the U.S. under the Visa Waiver Program to meet new security requirements.