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blank BTC Warns Industry of Pitfalls of AA’s Direct Connect Policy
January 11, 2011

AA is steadily isolating itself from business partners, natural allies and the customer, BTC says in new analysis of AA's Direct Connect policy.More>>

Cancun Man Beheaded, Another Shot Dead in Cancun
January 11, 2011

The Straits Times and various other media outlets are reporting that Mexican police on Monday found a headless male body and another shot dead in the resort city of Cancun.More>>

Ruthanne Terrero Five Reasons 2011 Will be Great
January 10, 2011

The industry has new blood at the helm and smart products just at the moment when travel has ceased to be a luxury and become part of the lifestyle. More>>

The Bahamas Bahamas Reaches Five Million Visitors in 2010
January 7, 2011

For only the second time in history, The Bahamas officially recorded its five-millionth visitor on December 18.More>>

blank Alaska Named Top Destination in Princess Travelers' Survey
January 6, 2011

Oprah, Jack Black and Alaska are among the most popular potential travel mates and destinations, according to Princess Cruises. More>>

blank Recession, Financial Crisis Spur Decline in U.S. Corporate Groups & Meetings Market
January 6, 2011

New PhoCusWright study reports 29 percent decline in gross bookings in 2009.More>>

blank Airlines vs. The World: PhoCusWright Examines Airline/GDS Clash
January 4, 2011

Top industry analyst examines the impact of the AA/Orbitz/Expedia clash on travel agents and travel distribution.More>>

blank Travel Insurance to Offer Peace of Mind During Winter Months
January 1, 2011

Counter Old Man Winter's chilly grip on your travel plans with, travel insurance protection sure to set minds at ease, despite stormy conditions. More>>

Airbus plane IATA Reports Strong End to 2010
December 30, 2010

The level of international air travel is now 4 percent higher than the pre-recession peak of early 2008.More>>

blank Ypartnership Upbeat on 2011 Outlook
December 30, 2010

Top research firm warns of new frugality and search for value among leisure and business travelers.More>>