expose some of the most egregious taxes and find common ground in the industry." When it was called the Travel Industry Association , the group studied taxes, but eliminated such efforts when it couldn't identify consensus on what to do
The U.S. Travel Association, formerly the Travel Industry Association of America, spent $305,500 in lobbying expenses ..... Electronic System for Travel Authorization. The Travel Industry Association of America last year reported lobbying expenses
revenue for unrelated projects." The former Travel Industry Association , now the U.S. Travel Association, trumpets ..... combining the Travel Business Roundtable and the Travel Industry Association </a>under its new banner. The idea, according
<p>The Travel Industry Association this month outlined plans for two major research studies to quantify the return on investment of business and leisure travel and
November client revenues are down 3 percent.<br clear="none" /><br clear="none" />Meanwhile, the Travel Industry Association projects a 2.7 percent business travel demand decline next year following this year's estimated 4 percent
S. business travel volume of 7 percent between 2006 and 2012, to 472 million trips.</p><p>The Travel Industry Association previously announced a prognosis for a similar 2008 decline (3.6 percent), but a worse 2009 reduction
Advito said they are revising their 2009 forecasts. <br clear="none" /><br clear="none" />The Travel Industry Association late last month said business travel continued to soften throughout 2008, with further declines expected next
The Travel Industry Association predicted that overseas inbound travel to the United Sates would decline by 3 percent in 2009 . Defined as excluding travel from Canada and Mexico, overseas inbound travel would "start to pick up a little bit in 2010," said TIA senior vice president of research Dr. ...
The Travel Industry Association predicted that business and convention travel in the United States would decline 2.7 percent in 2009 . Defined as business person-trips, business travel would resume growth in 2010 by increasing 2 percent, TIA said. "Business travel is the weakest link," said TIA ...
, according Ypartnership chairman and CEO Peter Yesawich, speaking during a Travel Industry Association conference call. Suggesting that such activity would diminish even further, Yesawich said, "Business travel has become very serious and in many cases very frugal."