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blank Airline Ancillary Revenue Soars to $32.5 Billion
October 19, 2011

North American carriers lead the world for ancillary revenue production with a 72 percent increase.More>>

blank Travelport and TravelSky Sign Agreement
October 19, 2011

New agreement is focused on advanced Passenger Service Systems technology for airlines worldwide. More>>

blank Holiday Travelers Expected to Spend More, Fly More
October 18, 2011

American Express indicates a significant increase in what consumers will spend on holiday travel.More>>

blank Ovation Travel Group Releases Business Travel Indexes
October 17, 2011

Ovation tracks the amount of money corporate businesses, law firms and financial firms spend on hotels and airfare as well as what class they fly, and how often the firms fly internationally. More>>

blank Travel Agent Air Sales Up Six Percent
October 17, 2011

January through September 2011 ticket sales totaled $64.2 billion.More>>

blank Travel Exports Total $99.5 Billion
October 14, 2011

The travel industry is a very efficient jobs generator – creating twice as many jobs than the rest of the economy, according to the U.S. Travel Association.More>>

St. Lucia Caribbean Islands Scratch a New Niche
October 13, 2011

As Caribbean islands continue to search for those tourism numbers from the glory days of 2008, several destinations are promoting new niches with the goal of drawing in a brand new client.More>>

blank Business Travel Faces Slower Growth in 2012
October 12, 2011

The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) projects 3.3 percent more trips abroad in 2012 and increased international travel spending.More>>

blank eNett International Enters Talks to Improve its E-Commerce Card
October 10, 2011

eNett International and UseMyServices are negotiating improvements to the virtual card. More>>

blank Travel Accounts for Nine Percent of 2011 Total U.S. Job Gains

October 7, 2011

Employment in the travel industry has expanded at a pace sixty percent faster than the rest of the economy, according to an analysis of Labor Department statistics by the U.S. Travel Association.More>>