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Independence Day Travel to Hit Record High

This holiday weekend, AAA predicts that nearly 43 million Americans will travel to celebrate Independence Day. This represents the highest Fourth of July travel volume on record. Analysts say low gas prices and lower rates for hotels and airfare are ...

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U.K. Shakeup Raises Questions About Travel

On the heels of last night’s annoucement that the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union, many are left wondering what this historic decision means for the travel industry. The British pound fell to its lowest level in ...

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European Travel Branches Out

Europe may be seeing a generation shift in leisure travel demand. Travelers are showing a rising interest in emerging cities and destinations with unique cultures. However, booking patterns are still standard for North America, as travelers rely on popular destinations ...

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U.S. Travel to Cuba Continues to Expand

U.S. Travel to Cuba Continues to Expand

Since the initial December 2014 announcement that the United States would reopen long-severed ties with Cuba, the hospitality industry has been abuzz over the opportunities the island could provide for travel. Finally, the industry is making headway as the two ...

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Survey Shows Record-Breaking Increase in Leisure Travel

MMGY Global’s 2016 Portrait of American Travelers survey shows that Americans’ intent to travel increased 14 percentage points over 2015. Intent to spend on lodging, transportation, and entertainment is up 9 points, making 2016 a record year for leisure travel. ...

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