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blank Sabre: Travel Industry Must Leverage Mobile
August 24, 2011

People use travel services on their smart phones everyday and for every trip, before, during and after they travel. More>>

blank AAA Projects Decline in Labor Day Holiday Travel
August 24, 2011

Median spending is expected to be $702, largely unchanged from $697 last year.More>>

blank Labor Day Travel Survey
August 24, 2011

Labor Day marks the beginning of a "shoulder season" with fewer crowds at popular destinations, according to a Labor Day travel survey by TripAdvisor. More>>

blank GBTA Study: Fast Growth for China, India, Russia and Brazil
August 23, 2011 Trend Watch

The business travel recovery is happening - just not as quickly as industry wants.More>>

blank Royal Caribbean to Add Call Center Employees
August 19, 2011

Royal Caribbean will hire another 100 telephone cruise representatives by Nov. 1 to its Springfield, OR call center, according to local media sources.More>>

blank ASTA Responds to Obama: Agency Industry Alive and Well
August 19, 2011

In a letter to the President, The American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) defends the travel agency industry and the role of travel agents in the economy.More>>

blank ASTA Launches Consumer Research Webinars
August 18, 2011

A new partnership between the American Society of Travel Agents and Mandala Research will focus on niches and trends that agents can use to strengthen marketing and increase sales.More>>

blank AirPlus Reports Easing of Ancillary Fee Pains
August 18, 2011

Unbundled pricing for air, hotel and car is the new reality for travel professionals, according to a new survey from AirPlus International.More>>

blank GBTA and Egencia Unveil Corporate Travel Policy Benchmarks
August 17, 2011

Only 21 percent of travel managers are currently tracking ancillary fees, according to a new study by the Global Business Travel Association and Egencia.More>>

blank Airlines Report Employment Gains
August 16, 2011

Airlines report seventh consecutive increase in full-time equivalent employee (FTE) levels.More>>