Weekly Newsletter Since November 2000

AI in the Airport, Self-Service Airlines, Higher-End Rental Cars Drive Traveler Satisfaction
A record 965 million airline passengers flew in the United States last year, a 3.4% increase over 2016. Even with the stratospheric growth, set against a backdrop of straining infrastructure, the travel industry is finding ways to keep travelers happy. Increasingly, that's happening through deft use of technology.

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Universal Orlando Has More Land Now to Build the Theme Park Fans Want

Travel Agents Respond to Marriott's Claim that Agency Channel Has Declined


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South Carolina Lowcountry


Big Spring, Texas

North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM)


How Wearable Technology Is Changing Market Research

While wearables may enhance a guest's experience, they also have the potential to improve the experience for market researchers who are working to gather guest insights.

What Travellers Need to Know about Cybersecurity

In addition to the usual travel hassles, today's executives on the go have an additional layer of worry: keeping their electronics and information safe.

Hoteliers Share Insights on the Industry's Future

Integration of personal tastes and technology, blurring lines between different parties in the industry and increased use of data are expected to change how hotels operate.

U.S. Streamlines Global Entry Application Process

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency announced a new program to facilitate Global Entry applications.

Facebook Gives More Details on How It Tracks Non-Users

Facebook explains to users and non-users the way it handles data, following the social network's disclosure that 87 million Facebook users' information was improperly shared. Magazine Features Transportation

The digital magazine features 33 ways to get there that are fun, scenic, fascinating as well as nationally significant. Next Feature - Attractions.


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World of Coca-Cola


International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA)

Cajun Bayou Food Trail


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