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The U.S. Finally Has a Senior-Level Position for Tourism - skift.com - Usa - city Atlanta
skift.com
25.08.2023

The U.S. Finally Has a Senior-Level Position for Tourism

It took 28 years, and when it came this Friday evening before Christmas holidays, it slipped under the cover of a historic “bomb cyclone” weather catastrophe playing out over the continental United States.

Looming government shutdown underscores larger issues in travel, USTA president says - thepointsguy.com - Brazil - Mexico - Canada - city New York - Colombia - India
thepointsguy.com
29.09.2023

Looming government shutdown underscores larger issues in travel, USTA president says

As a government shutdown becomes increasingly inevitable this weekend, flyers may soon see longer security lines and passport wait times.

U.S. National Parks Will Close if There's a Government Shutdown - skift.com - state Arizona - state New York - state Utah
skift.com
29.09.2023

U.S. National Parks Will Close if There's a Government Shutdown

Most U.S. National Parks will shut down their operations if U.S. lawmakers don’t reach a deal to fund the federal government by Saturday night, the Department of Interior said Friday in a press release.

A Government Shutdown Would Cost U.S. Travel Economy Nearly $1 Billion Per Week - forbes.com - Usa - state Tennessee - state California - Washington - area District Of Columbia - city Washington, area District Of Columbia - state Maine - state Utah - county St. Louis - city Moab, state Utah
forbes.com
25.09.2023

A Government Shutdown Would Cost U.S. Travel Economy Nearly $1 Billion Per Week

The U.S. travel economy could lose nearly $1 billion for every week that the government is shut down, according to new analysis for the U.S. Travel Association. The trade group pointed to a recent Ipsos survey indicating that six in 10 Americans would cancel trips or avoid flying in the event of a shutdown.

Future of Tourism: 5 Key Questions - skift.com - Britain - Usa - New York - Brazil - China - Mexico - city New York - city Los Angeles - San Francisco - city Chicago - city Portland - state Washington - India
skift.com
05.09.2023

Future of Tourism: 5 Key Questions

With the pandemic now over, what’s the future of tourism? What does the decline of full-time office employees mean for tourism and business travel? Why hasn’t U.S. solved its visa delay mess? We’ll discuss these topics with the executives of NYC Tourism+Conventions, U.S. Travel Association, Visit Britain, Intrepid Travel and others on-stage at the Skift Global Forum in New York on September 26-28. 

Travel Michigan’s Dave Lorenz named State Tourism Director of the Year - traveldailynews.com - state Michigan - county Lake
traveldailynews.com
29.08.2023

Travel Michigan’s Dave Lorenz named State Tourism Director of the Year

Dave Lorenz was announced as the honoree before more than 1,000 destination marketing professionals at the U.S. Travel Association’s annual Educational Seminar for Tourism Organizations (ESTO) conference.

China-U.S. Travel Restrictions Are Easing, but These Hurdles Limit a Full Recovery - skift.com - Usa - China - city Tokyo - city Seoul
skift.com
25.08.2023

China-U.S. Travel Restrictions Are Easing, but These Hurdles Limit a Full Recovery

In just the past few days, there have been two key moves that ease restrictions for travel from China to the U.S. Tourism officials have been clear that the lifting of these restrictions is critical to a full recovery –though key hurdles remain. On Thursday, China lifted pandemic-era group tour restrictions for the U.S. and other key markets. Before the lift, Chinese travel agencies were banned from selling outbound group or package travel to the U.S.

U.S. Travel Launches Website Spotlighting Visa Delay Damage - skift.com - Portugal - Britain - Usa
skift.com
25.08.2023

U.S. Travel Launches Website Spotlighting Visa Delay Damage

The U.S. Travel Association has launched a website to highlight the negative impact of long visitor visa interview wait times—which now exceed an average of 400 days—is having on global travelers and U.S. businesses. Called USVisaDelays.com, the website lists stories of those affected, loss in industry spending, visitor wait times, impacted markets and a policy fact sheet. 

What Will a New U.S. Tourism Czar Actually Do? - skift.com - China - Saudi Arabia
skift.com
25.08.2023

What Will a New U.S. Tourism Czar Actually Do?

The U.S. travel industry will soon have an official voice at the highest levels of federal policymaking under the newly-created assistant secretary of travel and tourism. 

Hilton CEO Says U.S. Government Needs to Act to Help Tourism - skift.com - Usa - city Mexico City - city New Delhi
skift.com
25.08.2023

Hilton CEO Says U.S. Government Needs to Act to Help Tourism

Chris Nassetta, CEO of Hilton and incoming national chair of the U.S. Travel Association, called on Wednesday for U.S. government officials to cut visa wait times that he said were hurting the country’s domestic travel sector and U.S. federal revenues.

U.S. Hotels Added 15,000 Workers in January - skift.com
skift.com
25.08.2023

U.S. Hotels Added 15,000 Workers in January

The U.S. leisure and hospitality sector in January continued to make strides in recovering from the pandemic disruption, according to a robust U.S. labor market report on Friday.

U.S. Hotel Hiring Stays Steady Adding 14,000 Workers in February - skift.com
skift.com
25.08.2023

U.S. Hotel Hiring Stays Steady Adding 14,000 Workers in February

The U.S. leisure and hospitality sector in February continued its recovery from the pandemic, according to a report from the U.S. Labor Department on Friday.

U.S. Visitor Visa Wait Times Remain Stuck at Over 400 Days on Average - skift.com - Britain - Usa - New York - Brazil - Mexico - Colombia - city Chicago - city Columbia - India - city Mumbai
skift.com
25.08.2023

U.S. Visitor Visa Wait Times Remain Stuck at Over 400 Days on Average

U.S. visitor visa wait times remain over 400 days on average for first-time visa applicants from top inbound markets, according to the U.S. Travel Association.

U.S. to Lift Vaccine Requirement for International Inbound Travelers - skift.com
skift.com
25.08.2023

U.S. to Lift Vaccine Requirement for International Inbound Travelers

The Biden Administration announced the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Covid vaccine requirement for inbound international air travelers to the U.S. will end on May 11. The administration will also remove the requirement for federal employees and contractors.

How The Steep Decline In Chinese Tourists Will Cost The U.S. More Than $20 Billion - forbes.com - Japan - Britain - Usa - China - Mexico - Canada - San Francisco - county Will
forbes.com
23.08.2023

How The Steep Decline In Chinese Tourists Will Cost The U.S. More Than $20 Billion

Two weeks ago, China announced it is lifting restrictions on group travel to the United States and several other countries, a move that U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo hailed as “a significant win for the U.S. travel and tourism industry.” Then she cut to the heart of the matter: U.S. tourism officials are pining for the return of Chinese tourists, by far the biggest spenders among global travelers.

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