Topic: Government Regulations
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to delay a vote in Parliament on the country’s Brexit deal with the European Union (EU), multiple media outlets are reporting. More here.
The letter is signed by a diverse array of companies and organizations across multiple industries that depend upon international inbound travel. Learn more here.
The agreement will mean no disruption in transatlantic flights between the United States and the UK after Brexit, officials said. More here.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May and her cabinet are holding an emergency meeting to discuss the draft deal. Here’s the latest.
The cruise company has been issued three U.S. Patents protecting 46 intellectual property innovations. Check out more.
OneTrust has announced that Virtuoso has selected the company for its privacy program and marketing compliance initiatives. More here.
With Brexit negotiations underway between the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom (UK), the UK government has issued a series of notices on potential disruptions for citizens traveling into and from the EU. Here’s what could happen.
The House and Senate released a final agreement on Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reauthorization legislation over the weekend. Here’s a look at what made it in – and what didn’t.
While the six million annual visitors to the region are "very, very welcome," they are putting excessive pressure on roads and parking. Here's what it means.
The House and Senate are preparing to reconcile their versions of the FAA Reauthorization Act. Here’s the latest from ASTA on what the legislation could mean for travel agents.