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Kirk Cassels' Weekly Wrap of User Comments: July 26-30   July 30, 2010

As medical tourism becomes a highly-discussed topic, other readers chime in on cruise regulations, specific cruise ports, Caribbean islands, how they run a business, and more.More>>

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Top 10 Sweet Spots in the United States   July 30, 2010

We all have our favorite local candy shop, but agents with clients seeking something tasty while on the road should consider these attractions.More>>

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Airfares Return to 1999 Levels: End to 'Lost Decade?'    July 29, 2010

Despite recent gains, airlines cautious about end of 'lost decade' for airline industry without sustained profitability.More>>

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Family Market Remains Key for Travel Agents   July 29, 2010

New data from Ypartnership offers insights into vitality of family market for travel professionals.More>>

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Study Finds Most Irritated Cities to Be in the South   July 28, 2010

Categories of interest included weather conditions; incidence of traffic delays and congestion; frequency of flight delays and cancellations; rates of sleeplessness and more.More>>

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Medical Tourism: Wave of the Future?   July 28, 2010 Exclusive

Medical tourism— a $20 billion market— offers new opportunities for professional agents.More>>

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Air Demand Continues Recovery in June   July 28, 2010

International passenger demand remains strong, but with regional variations.More>>

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J.D. Power: Guest Satisfaction Spikes from 2009 to 2010   July 27, 2010

Now in its 14th year, the study measures overall hotel guest satisfaction across six hotel segments: luxury, upscale, mid-scale full service, mid-scale limited service, economy/budget and extended stay.More>>

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CruiseOne Optimistic on Economy   July 27, 2010

Strong performance reported in first half of 2010.More>>

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Ouch! Consumer Confidence Index Declines Again   July 27, 2010

Conference Board warns of impact on retailers.More>>


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