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blank Orbitz Shares Thanksgiving Travel Tips and Trends
November 9, 2011

Make note of the busiest and least busy airports this holiday season. More>>

blank ASTA Agencies Forecast Moderate Staffing Growth
November 9, 2011

A tenth of agencies plan to add new employees and 20 percent will hire more independent contractors, reports the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA).More>>

blank Kensington Tours Predicts Top Luxury Destinations for 2012
November 9, 2011

Kensington Tours predicts that tours reminiscent of the past, Colombia and private safaris will attract more travelers in 2012. More>>

blank DOT Second Quarter Financial Data Reveals Continued Gains in Ancillary Fees
November 8, 2011

Total second quarter 2011 airline revenue from all ancillary sources that can be identified, including fees and frequent flyer sales was $2.208 billion, with Delta Air Lines reporting the most, $691 million. More>>

blank WTTC Confident But Warns of Shortfall in Travel for 2012
November 8, 2011

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) predicts ten-year growth holding steady at around 4 percent per year.More>>

blank Travel Industry Employment Gains in October
November 4, 2011

The travel industry bucked the trend and added 11,000 jobs last month - 1 in 8 of the total jobs created. More>>

blank Thanksgiving Air Travel: Expect Full Flights
November 3, 2011

Demand is down but passengers still should expect full flights during the Thanksgiving holiday travel season, the Air Transport Association (ATA) reports.More>>

blank Buy Europe Now Says AAA Travel
November 3, 2011

For travel to Europe, that time is now, AAA says, citing pent-up U.S. demand.More>>

blank InnPoints Worldwide, CARINO Hotels and Resorts Merge
November 1, 2011

Travel Agent recently met with representatives of both InnPoints Worldwide and CARINO Hotels and Resorts to discuss the two companies’ recent merger. More>>

blank Expedia Inc. Shows Increased Travel to Argentina
October 31, 2011

Expedia recommends creating more mobile bookings avenues and targeting international travelers. More>>