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Amid Turbulent Year, International Travel Remains Strong

2016 has been a year filled with some controversial and worrying world news, but the travel sector remains strong. Between January and April of this year, destinations around the world welcomed 18 million more international travelers than the same period in ...

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Google Ups the Ante in Travel Searching

Google is continuing to expand its travel offerings, building upon Google Flights and Google Destinations with additional shopping tools and data to help guests get the best deals. The company said mobile travel and shopping searches increased by 30 percent year-over-year, prompting ...

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What Does Pokémon Go Mean for Travel?

Could the popularity of Pokémon Go be the harbinger of a revolution in travel? While experimenting in the game’s augmented reality, players are visiting places they otherwise would not have. Businesses can leverage the game to create foot traffic and ...

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Global Business Travel Tops $1.2 Trillion in 2015

Global Business Travel Tops $1.2 Trillion in 2015

ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Global business travel spend topped $1.2 trillion USD in 2015, growing 5 percent over 2014, and is forecast to reach 1.3 trillion in 2016 according to the GBTA BTI Outlook—Annual Global Report & Forecast, a new report released today ...

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Three Countries Issue U.S. Travel Warning

Three countries have urged their citizens to exercise caution when visiting the United States amid recent protests against the police shootings of black men. Bahrain, the Bahamas, and the United Arab Emirates have advised citizens to be aware of their ...

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Choice Hotels Reveals Summer Travel Trends

Choice Hotels Reveals Summer Travel Trends

ROCKVILLE, Md.—With gas prices down and more money in the pockets of Americans, Choice Hotels International reveals the findings from its annual summer travel survey, which tracks the travel habits of American leisure and business travelers. Here’s what Americans are ...

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