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New codeshare agreement on Jetstar Japan flights will enhance American's network across Japan
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Following today's announced retirement of Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Administrator John S. Pistole from public service, U.S. Travel CEO and President Roger Dow issued the following statement:
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U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow issued the following statement on the Department of Homeland Security’s announcement that all passengers from Ebola-stricken African countries will be routed through five U.S. airports where advanced screening measures are in place.
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Working For Free: U.S. Workforce Forfeits $52.4 Billion in Time Off Benefits Annually Americans Are Taking Less Vacation Time than at Any Point in Last Four Decades
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Following a disastrous 2014 winter travel season that saw 136,649 flights cancelled across the U.S., according to FlightView data, travelers want airlines, agents and travel management companies to completely revamp how they manage major travel disruptions.
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It was in 2004 at the annual National Business Aviation Association convention that billionaire Robert Bass unveiled plans for a new supersonic business jet (SBJ): the Aerion. Now at this year's NBAA, Airbus has stepped into a partnership with Aerion to literally get this project off the ground.
Questex Hospitality + Travel today previewed some of the world’s foremost luxury travel suppliers and sponsors scheduled to participate in its 2014 Luxury Travel Exchange International (LTX), to be held Dec. 9-11 at The Palazzo in Las Vegas.
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) President and CEO, Christine Duffy, issued the following statement today regarding the successful disembarkation of a passenger on the Carnival Magic who was under self-monitoring for potential exposure to Ebola.
U.S. scheduled passenger airlines employed 384,478 workers in August 2014, 1.0 percent more than in August 2013, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported today. August was the ninth consecutive month that full-time equivalent (FTE) employment for U.S. scheduled passenger airlines was higher than the same month of the previous year.
Global Business Travel Association Poll Finds Most Business Travel Not Currently Impacted by Outbreak
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