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blank American Express Reports Strong Profit
October 22, 2010

Higher cardmember spending and higher travel commissions and fees help net income gains of 71 percent.More>>

blank 2011: Higher Demand To Drive Air and Hotel Rate Increases
October 20, 2010

American Express Business Travel predicts continued economic growth, increased demand, and constrained capacity to combine to boost 2011 airfare and hotel rates.More>>

blank Stronger Economy Fuels Boost in Air Revenue
October 20, 2010

ATA reports ninth consecutive month of revenue growth.More>>

blank Air Traffic Crisis Looms: Delays Hit $32.9 Billion
October 19, 2010

Ground breaking new FAA study of air delays presents challenges to industry and legislators.More>>

Sea Dream Yacht Club Robin Morales SeaDream's Director of Business Development
October 19, 2010

Prior to joining SeaDream Yacht Club, Morales was Regional Director of Sales for the limousine company, EmpireCLS Worldwide Chauffered Services, and District Sales Manager for AAA Sojourns, a division of AAA Travel.More>>

blank What's Your Favorite Fall Travel Package?
October 18, 2010 What's Your Opinion?

Before the planning of Thanksgiving and Christmas vacations is completed, we want to know what agents are selling to their clients for vacations in autumn.More>>

blank Nearly Half of Average Airfares Decrease in October
October 18, 2010

By comparing the prices listed on individual routes for flights on sale September 11 versus on October 11, found the average airfare was down on 390 routes, or 49 percent of the total, and up on 406 routes, or 51 percent of the total.More>>

blank ASTA Warns of Crowded Holiday Travel
October 18, 2010

Travelers are advised to book travel early to avoid problems.More>>

blank Trends: Airline Ancillary Revenue Soars to $22.6 Billion
October 14, 2010

Agents may have opportunity in sales of ancillary airline services.More>>

Lakshmi Narayana Temple, New Delhi Carlson to Have More than 100 Hotels in India by 2015
October 13, 2010

During a signing ceremony for two new hotel agreements in India, Hubert Joly, president and CEO of Carlson announced the hospitality and travel company is on track to surpass more than 100 hotels in operation by 2011.More>>