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blank Supplier Websites Lose Market Share
December 3, 2010

PhoCusWright projects a restrained recovery through 2011, varying by travel segment and distribution channel.More>>

blank Just Flown In: 2010 Zagat Airline Survey
December 2, 2010

We've got our hands on the results of Zagat's 2010 airline survey. Take a look to see which brands are the best to board.More>>

Australian Dollar Australian and New Zealand Dollars Fall Against U.S. Currency
December 1, 2010

The two currencies have fallen against the U.S. dollar, meaning greater value-for-money for international visitors in both countries.More>>

blank Consumer Confidence Up Again
December 1, 2010

Despite doubts about business conditions, consumer confidence rose at the start of the holiday season.More>>

American Express Business Travel American Express Survey: Travel Agents Vital to Business Travelers
December 1, 2010

American Express Business Travel launches new universal aXcess services and releases survey of business travelers' needs.More>>

blank Corporate Travel Managers Earning More
December 1, 2010

Total compensation for corporate travel managers in 2010 is up 5.3 percent to $96,851.More>>

computer Does Social Media Influence Consumer Choice?
November 30, 2010

Peter Yesawich of Ypartnership offers his insights into social media channels and their impact on consumer travel choices.More>>

blank ASTA: Travel Agents Expanding Service Fees
November 30, 2010

Travel agents are realizing the value of their expertise and are increasing the amounts and extent of service fees.More>>

blank Cruise Planners Bolsters Agent Accreditation, Launches New CLIA Partnership
November 30, 2010

Cruise Planners/American Express increased agent accreditation 100 percent in one year and recently launched a new partnership with CLIA for bundled agent discounts.More>>

blank Passenger Demand Up, Year Ending With Growth
November 29, 2010

Consumer demand is increasing and airlines are turning a modest profit, signaling a turnaround for the industry, according to IATA.More>>