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blank Delta, Southwest, AA, W Hotels and Hilton In Top Spots
April 26, 2011

When it comes to having digital competence, Delta Air Lines ranked No.1 in comparison to 89 other travel brands.More>>

blank Visa Reports Increased International Travel Spending
April 26, 2011

Despite economic uncertainties, the a major contributor to the global tourism economy.More>>

blank PATA Reports Gains in Asia Pacific Travel
April 26, 2011

Japan’s inbound and outbound demand fell sharply in March, despite regional gains, according to the Pacific Asia Travel Association.More>>

blank Consumer Confidence Increases Slightly
April 26, 2011

Consumers’ appraisal of present-day economic conditions, although mixed, improved in April. More>>

blank Royal Wedding Sees Booking Shortfall
April 22, 2011

Some London-bound clients are specifically booking other dates to avoid the wedding, according to a recent survey among travel agents. More>>

Montego Bay, Jamaica Jamaica Reports Rebound in Cruise Tourists
April 21, 2011

The Associated Press is reporting that Jamaica has benefited from a nearly double-digit increase in cruise ship arrivals during the most recent, busy winter season, the Caribbean country's tourism minister announced Tuesday.More>>

blank Social Media Crucial for Do-It-Yourself Marketers
April 21, 2011

The leading benefit of social media for small business is increased brand awareness, as cited by 88 percent of marketers in new survey. More>>

blank One in Three Global Travelers to Book Online by 2012
April 21, 2011

New study predicts that online leisure travel booking sales will surpass $313 billion by 2012.More>>

blank Exclusive: Travel Agent Talks to Mexico Tourism COO
April 19, 2011

Mexico Tourism Board COO speaks exclusively to Travel Agent to give us the scoop on visitor numbers, the situation in Mazatlan and Tianguis.More>>

blank Airline Ticket Sales by Travel Agents Are Up 11 Percent
April 19, 2011

Increased sales represent a 32 percent increase from the first quarter of 2009, says the Airlines Reporting Commission.More>>