U.S. Business Travel Spending Projected to Top $310 Billion in 2015

    After 2014 ended on a positive note with spending estimated to hit $292.2 billion, 2015 is expected to follow suit. The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) has released data predicting that the U.S. will prevail over a weak global economy, as lower oil prices are influence increased consumer spending. The GBTA BTI Outlook, a report from the GBTA Foundation, indicates the U.S. will grow 6.2 percent to $310 billion in 2015, and total person-trip volume is expected to increase 1.7 percent to 490.4 million trips.

    For further details on the report, visit The Global Business Travel Association.