A new survey released today from AARP Travel provides some great insight into how Americans want to get away in 2016, from desired destinations to lodging options to favorite trip planning tools.
Gradually-improving economies, lower gas prices and stronger demand will lead to slightly higher travel prices across all regions
U.S. scheduled passenger airlines employed 3.3 percent more workers in September 2015 than in September 2014, the U.S. Department of Transportations Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported today.
IATA released its updated passenger growth forecast, projecting that passenger numbers are expected to reach 7 billion by 2034 with a 3.8% average annual growth in demand (2014 baseline year). That is more than double the 3.3 billion who flew in 2014 and exactly twice as many as the 3.5 billion expected in 2015.
Many underrated domestic and international destinations forecasted to gain traction for their unique offerings
Ownership stake in Grupo Aeromexico could increase to up to 49 percent
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