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blank Good News: Consumers Will Spend Tax Refunds on Travel
April 14, 2011

A new Travel Leaders survey sees big opportunity in leisure travel sales and cites Australia as the top international "dream destination."More>>

blank Going Global: American Express and ACTE Track How and Why
April 12, 2011

A new American Express Global Business Travel study on global travel management shows that cost effectiveness and cultural awareness is key.More>>

blank Google and ITA: King Maker, Not Category Killer
April 12, 2011

To be a true game changer, Google's travel offerings must lead users to better and easier decisions, says PhoCusWright research director. More>>

blank GBTA Expects 2011 Spending to Increase by 6.9 Percent.
April 12, 2011

Business travel spending and volume has grown, which could indicate an improving economic outlook.More>>

blank Travelers Alter Plans Due to High Travel Taxes
April 11, 2011

U.S. Travel Association’s Travel Tax Institute says that high travel taxes are directly impacting the travel industry.More>>

blank Expedia and AirAsia: Glorified White Label, or the Real Deal?
April 11, 2011

Growth, growth, growth is the universal mantra, and Asia beckons to Expedia and other online travel agencies, according to research firm PhoCus Wright. More>>

blank TripAdvisor Names Best Beaches
April 8, 2011

Turks and Caicos is voted best international beach while Myrtle Beach, SC, is named best domestic beach. More>>

Google Canada Google Canada Puts Small Businesses on the Online Map
April 7, 2011

In an effort to drive small and mid-sized businesses, Google Canada will give at least 100,000 companies their own websites and domain names through the year's end.More>>

Montserrat Montserrat's Facebook Fans Exceed Island's Population
April 6, 2011

Montserrat’s local population has been outnumbered by its online fan base. Facebook fans just passed the 5,477 mark while on-island residents total only 5,039. More>>

Aruba Aruba Breaks January Tourism Record, Projects Strong 2011
April 4, 2011

The Aruba Tourism Authority saw a 5.2 percent increase in visitors this January, breaking its January 2008 record.More>>