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USTOA To Host Sustainability Is Responsibility Summit In Norway

This May, the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), in partnership with Visit Norway, will host its first SIR – Sustainability is Responsibility Summit in Bodø, Norway. The two-day executive-level interactive member conference will bring together leaders from across the …

NYC & Company’s NYC Restaurant Week Winter Reservation Now Open

“Now in its 28th year, NYC Restaurant Week is one of the most renowned dining programs in the world,” said Fred Dixon, president and CEO of NYC & Company. “The program earned its great reputation from locals and visitors alike …

US issues security alert to American travellers in Middle East

According to a security alert posted Monday on the US Embassy website, the embassy in Jerusalem has cautioned U.S. citizens to be vigilant in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza in view of the heightened tension in the Middle East,”. …

Yellowstone National Park’s waterfall freezes

The waterfall in Yellowstone National Park has frozen as the temperature has plummeted to 17-degree Celsius.         Yellowstone National Park has shared the video of their frozen waterfall on their social media page. The Yellowstone National Park’s …

Routes America 2021 to be held in Bagota

Routes America 2021 will take place in Bogota, Colombia. The event will connect the region’s leading airlines, airports and tourism authorities. This will further enable to build strong relationships with some of the most influential aviation professionals from across the …

  • USTOA To Host Sustainability Is Responsibility Summit In Norway

    Published on : Friday, January 10, 2020

    This May, the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), in partnership with Visit Norway, will host its first SIR – Sustainability is Responsibility Summit in Bodø, Norway. The two-day executive-level interactive member conference will bring together leaders from across the …

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  • NYC & Company’s NYC Restaurant Week Winter Reservation Now Open

    Published on : Thursday, January 9, 2020

    “Now in its 28th year, NYC Restaurant Week is one of the most renowned dining programs in the world,” said Fred Dixon, president and CEO of NYC & Company. “The program earned its great reputation from locals and visitors alike …

    Read More

  • US issues security alert to American travellers in Middle East

    Published on : Thursday, January 9, 2020

    According to a security alert posted Monday on the US Embassy website, the embassy in Jerusalem has cautioned U.S. citizens to be vigilant in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza in view of the heightened tension in the Middle East,”. …

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  • Yellowstone National Park’s waterfall freezes

    Published on : Wednesday, November 27, 2019

    The waterfall in Yellowstone National Park has frozen as the temperature has plummeted to 17-degree Celsius.         Yellowstone National Park has shared the video of their frozen waterfall on their social media page. The Yellowstone National Park’s …

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  • Routes America 2021 to be held in Bagota

    Published on : Tuesday, October 1, 2019

    Routes America 2021 will take place in Bogota, Colombia. The event will connect the region’s leading airlines, airports and tourism authorities. This will further enable to build strong relationships with some of the most influential aviation professionals from across the …

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  • $150 million makeover on cards for New York’s Central Park

    Published on : Thursday, September 26, 2019

    New York’s Central Park is going to get a huge makeover worth $150 million. The makeover entails the development of a new ice skating rink and a boardwalk. The entire park is not going to be overhauled rather renovations will …

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  • First legal Cannabis Café to open in US

    Published on : Tuesday, September 24, 2019

    The United States’ first legal Cannabis Café is going to be opened in Los Angeles on October 1. The café, “Lowell Farms: A Cannabis Café”, is going to be opened in a rooftop location in West Hollywood. The café will …

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  • Saratoga Springs vying for bicycle-friendly tag

    Published on : Friday, September 20, 2019

    Saratoga Springs, a city in New York, is trying to become bicycle-friendly.       A part of the Henry Street in the Saratoga Springs is set to be made temporarily one-way southbound. This will be a part of the …

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  • First city in central Kentucky to get the tag of Urban Trail Town

    Published on : Friday, September 20, 2019

    Freeman Lake Trail in Elizabethtown   The Elizabethtown, the county seat of Hardin County in Kentucky of United States, is all set to get the tag of urban trail town and this will be the first state of Kentucky to …

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  • USTOA Tour Operators Venture to Lesser-Known Corners of the World in 2020

    Published on : Monday, September 9, 2019

    Each September, the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) celebrates Travel Together Month to showcase the unparalleled group travel experiences offered by USTOA tour operators. This year, USTOA is spotlighting new itineraries that lead travelers off-the-beaten path in 2020.   …

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  • The US tourism gets concerned as Chinese travelers stay away

    Published on : Friday, August 30, 2019

    For tourists visiting Washington, the historic White House is a major attraction! However, the rhetoric coming out of the building is turning Chinese visitors away.       Figures confirmed that fear on Tuesday: the number of Chinese tourists to …

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  • Cuba witnesses tourism plunge after US ban

    Published on : Thursday, August 29, 2019

    Classic cars, cigars, and a stroll on Havana’s famous Malecon. For long, these have been great attractions for all tourists visiting Cuba. However, for Americans, tourism to Cuba is no longer possible. After a quick boom following President Obama’s loosening …

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  • Cuba witnesses tourism plunge after US ban

    Published on : Saturday, August 24, 2019

    Classic cars, cigars, and a stroll on Havana’s famous Malecon. For long, these have been great attractions for all tourists visiting Cuba. However, for Americans, tourism to Cuba is no longer possible.     After a quick boom following President …

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  • The number of American tourists to Rwanda increases by 114 per cent year-on-year

    Published on : Thursday, August 22, 2019

    The number of American tourists to Rwanda has increased by 114 per cent year-on-year, as per data from an international travel agency network.       Data said that Rwanda was among the top 10 countries witnessing significant visitor increases …

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  • IMEX America to provide leadership skills training as boards face an unprecedented rate of change

    Published on : Wednesday, August 21, 2019

    Future-proofing is among the topics explored at the Association Leadership Forum, a free half-day of education and networking at IMEX America, exclusively for association leaders and created by the American Society for Association Executives (ASAE).       According to …

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  • New York to witness growth in tourism despite hurdles

    Published on : Tuesday, August 20, 2019

    A long drawn trade war with China, signs of a looming recession in Europe and a strong American dollar that hurts the buying power of foreign tourists.       Generally, all of these forces should weigh against international tourism. …

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  • IMEX America to witness the changing face of events

    Published on : Wednesday, August 14, 2019

    With just a few weeks to go until IMEX America returns to , destinations, venues and suppliers from around the world and across North America are gearing up to showcase their latest products and services for meeting and event planners. …

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  • Trump’s travel restrictions in Cuba invite business woes

    Published on : Tuesday, August 13, 2019

    Americans aboard cruise ships docking in Havana used to account for the bulk of many business owners. But on June 4, the Trump administration announced that Americans could no longer travel to Cuba on cruise ships, and also did away …

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  • IMEX America’s smart start to a week of smart business with professional learning

    Published on : Tuesday, July 30, 2019

    In the run up to the ninth edition of IMEX America, the market-leading trade show for the North American and global meetings and events industry, organizers have announced the final program for its pre-show educational day, Smart Monday, September 9, …

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  • Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati tourism generated $5 billion of economic impact

    Published on : Thursday, June 27, 2019

    Tourism in Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati is a financial powerhouse, generating more than U.S. dollars 5 billion of economic impact and supporting more than 77,000 jobs. The direct visitor spending jumped to U.S. dollars 450 million. Every dollar spent …

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