The U.S. Travel Association applauded the nomination of Taiwan to the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). Currently, 36 countries participate in the VWP, which allows leisure or business travel to the U.S. for stays of no more than 90 days without a visa.
Roughly one-quarter of Americans say they would refuse a full body scan using new airport body scanners and 14.9 percent said new airport security measures have them concerned for their health, according to the Thomson Reuters-NPR Health Poll.
Touristlink.com announces the launch of a new social platform to let business and organizations create social profiles and interact with travelers in a value-added environment, rich with relevant up-to-date content and targeted reviews.
First-time Visitor and American Citizen Nancy Ryan Greeted with Pomp and Circumstance in Asia's World City
Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines, formerly known as the Air Transport Association, today estimated that the upcoming holiday travel period will see fewer fliers than a year ago due to lingering economic concerns; however, flights are still expected to be full, as airlines have adjusted capacity in response to rising cost pressures.
The U.S. Travel Association today commended Congress for passing legislation that provides members of the Armed Forces an expedited security process at U.S. airport security checkpoints.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has announced the PATA China Advisory Board at the first China Responsible Tourism Forum, organized by PATA, in co-operation with the Organising Committee of the China International Heritage Towns Exposition.
A sold-out inaugural forum lays the foundations for future growth of responsible tourism in China. Next year’s forum will launch the China Responsible Tourism Awards .
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When all the turkey has been eaten, the last Christmas cracker pulled and 2011 starts to draw to a close, as well as New Year resolutions, people will start thinking about where to jet off to on their summer holidays. So where will the Great British public be heading in 2012 and what trends will we see in the travel market?
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