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    Featured News Modest global economic growth and shifts in supply and demand expected to affect pricing across multiple regions

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    Modest global economic growth and shifts in supply and demand expected to affect pricing across multiple regions
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    Condé Nast Traveller Luxury Travel Fair - an event dedicated to all aspects of luxury tourism - will take place for the second time on the 17th of March, 2015 in one of Moscow’s most historic and iconic buildings, the Metropol Hotel. The world’s leading travel magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, will hand pick the utmost professionals in luxury tourism for a private, one-day B2B event.
    The U.S. Travel Association on Tuesday released new data showing that traffic projections for major U.S. airports are even more dire than previously thought, owing to the steady increase in travel demand coupled with continued chronic underinvestment in infrastructure.
    When Holland America Line's ms Koningsdam sets sail in February 2016 the ship will head to the azure waters of the Mediterranean on a seven-day Premiere Voyage and continue on a series of 12-day Premiere Sailings through early May 2016.
    Expedia announced today that it will begin offering customers the ability to search for and purchase branded fares from select airlines in 2015. Expedia has partnered with Amadeus, a world leading global distribution system, to create a standardized solution that allows participating airlines to seamlessly offer their branded fares to customers.
    The 50+ Spend $120 Billion a Year in Leisure Travel with a Majority Planning Four–Five Trips Next Year
    Boomer leisure travel has increased for the past two winters perhaps driven by the fact that Boomers are continuing to retire and find themselves with more time to travel.
    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) identified continuous safety enhancement, the availability of cost-efficient infrastructure and environmental responsibility as critical factors to ensure that Asia-Pacific continues to realize the enormous economic and social benefits of air connectivity.
    The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported yesterday that U.S. airlines carried 69.3 million systemwide (domestic and international) scheduled service passengers in August 2014, 2.4 percent more than in August 2013.
    Heightened competition and high fuel costs pressure profitability
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