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U.S. Domestic Leisure Travel Dips

Domestic U.S. leisure travel has hit its lowest growth point since 2012. This slowdown could indicate reduced domestic consumer spending and global economic headwinds, according to U.S. Travel’s latest report. The report details that a dip in vacation and slower ...

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Retail Sales Driven by Travel

U.S. retails sales did not move much in July, but Americans continue to splurge on travel. Last month, travel expenditures rose 8.6 percent over July 2015. While business travel demand is slowing, leisure demand remains a driving force in the ...

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European Travel Prevails Despite Terror

Despite terrorism and political instability, Europe’s biggest travel group TUI said it is on course for at least 10 percent underlying profit growth in the current financial year. According to the company, 2 million customers have changed their typical travel ...

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Travel Industry Prices to Slightly Increase

Travel industry prices are set to marginally increase or remain flat in 2017, according to a report from the GBTA Foundation and Carlson Wagonlit Travel. Key risks for the global market include financial market turbulence, uncertainty surrounding Brexit, potentially fluctuating ...

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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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