A diverse coalition of academic, business, humanitarian, and advocacy organizations has sent a letter to President-elect Obama urging him to reverse U.S. policies toward Cuba that limit people-to-people exchanges, family travel, and remittances.
A new report from travel industry research authority PhoCusWright Inc. reveals that as the online leisure/unmanaged business travel market in the U.S. has matured, supplier Web sites and online travel agencies (OTAs) appear to have reached relatively stable market share.
As 2008 draws to a close Orbitz takes a retrospective look back with its latest Insider Index to offer insight into when and where Americans spent their travel dollars this year.
Findings show a clear decline in online travel research activity, with actual booking and purchase activity also trending downward.
Annual growth of the U.S. online leisure and unmanaged business travel market will slip to single digits in 2008. This marks the first time online travel growth has fallen below double digits since travel industry research authority PhoCusWright began tracking online travel in 1998.
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GeckoGo announced the results of their recent travel survey of 1162 travelers worldwide.
PhoCusWright's European Online Travel Overview Fourth Edition sees online penetration reaching nearly 30 percent in 2008 amid declining market
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