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Travel & Tourism Industry

Details: The travel and tourism industry generated $1.9 trillion in economic output, supported 9.5 million American jobs and accounted for 2.9% of U.S. GDP in 2019, more than agriculture, mining, or the utility sector. In 2019, international visitors spent $233.5 billion experiencing the United States

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U.S. Travel and Tourism Advisory Board

Details: The National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) creates a positive climate for growth in travel and tourism by reducing institutional barriers to tourism, administers joint marketing efforts, and provides official travel and tourism statistics.

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Travel and Tourism Research

Details: The National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) functions as the U.S. federal tourism office. A core responsibility is to collect, analyze, and disseminate international travel and tourism statistics. As a result NTTO is charged with managing, improving, and expanding the system to fully account and

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National Travel and Tourism Office

Details: National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) In addition to providing statistics, the National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) creates a positive climate for growth in travel and tourism by reducing institutional barriers to tourism, administers joint marketing efforts, provides official travel and tourism statistics, and coordinates efforts across federal agencies through the Tourism Policy

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International Travel Receipts and Payments Program

Details: Travel Receipts and Payments: These accounts cover purchases of goods and services by U.S. persons Traveling abroad and by international visitors traveling in the United States for business or personal reasons.These goods and services include food, lodging, recreation, gifts, entertainment, local transportation in the country of travel, and other items incidental to a foreign visit.

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National Travel and Tourism Office

Details: The National Travel and Tourism Office creates growth by reducing institutional barriers to tourism, The Office works to enhance the international competitiveness of the U.S. travel and tourism industry and increase its exports, thereby creating U.S. employment and economic growth through

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Monthly Departures to International Destinations

Details: (6) Market Share of 'Air' travel compared to all air travel: Mexico-air 16.9%; Canada-air 8.5% ytd. Note: All air traffic to/from all international regions (on U.S. and foreign flags) are reported by NTTO in the "U.S. International Air Travel Statistics Report". To find out more about the Air Traffic Statistics program visit:

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U.S. International Air Travel Statistics (I-92 data)

Details: The U.S. International Air Travel Statistics (or “I-92”) program is a joint effort between the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) to provide international air traffic statistics data to the government and the travel industry.

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U.S. Travel and Tourism Advisory Board

Details: Additional information on the U.S. travel and tourism industry can be found on the website for the National Travel and Tourism Office, https://travel.trade.gov.

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COVID-19 Travel Industry Monitor

Details: National Travel and Tourism Office COVD-19 Travel Industry Monitor COVID-19 Travel Industry Monitor tracks a number of indicators that measure the performance of the travel and tourism sector in the United States in the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic. This monitor has six sections: COVID-19

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Travel and Tourism Contact Us

Details: National Travel & Tourism (NTTO) Staff Directory. In addition to providing statistics, the National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO) creates a positive climate for growth in travel and tourism by reducing institutional barriers to tourism, administers joint marketing efforts, provides official travel and tourism statistics, and coordinates efforts across federal agencies through the Tourism

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Travel and Tourism Advisory Board Members

Details: Travel and Tourism Advisory Board Members. Chair: Kurt Ekert, President and Chief Executive Officer, CWT, MN. Vice Chair: Brad Dean, Chief Executive Officer, Discover Puerto Rico, PR Liz Fitzsimmons, Managing Director, Maryland Office of Tourism and Film, MD David Gilbert, President and Chief Executive Officer, Destination Cleveland and Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, OH

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Norway- Business Travel

Details: Travel Advisory U. S. citizens are encouraged to enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program. If you enroll, we can keep you up to date with important safety and security announcements.

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Travel and Tourism Advisory Board Recommendations

Details: Travel Facilitation Recommendations - February 1, 2011 [790KB] Policy Review Brief - September 16, 2009 [142KB] Restoring America’s Travel Brand: A National Strategy to Compete for International Visitors [1,069KB]

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Japan- Business Travel

Details: Travel Advisory. To access the most up-to-date travel and safety information, including regarding Covid-19, please refer to the State Department‘s Country-Specific Information for Japan. U.S. citizens can also obtain up-to-date safety and security information by calling 1-888-407-4747 toll-free within the U.S. and Canada, or by calling a

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International Trade Administration Industry and Analysis

Details: Travel and tourism receipts: 31% of U.S. services exports Travel and tourism receipts: 10% of all U.S. exports Market Share 5.7% share of world travelers The United States leads the world in global tourism receipts (exports), commanding a 14.8% share of world traveler

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Monthly Departures to International Destinations

Details: 1 Percentage change is compared to the same time frame from the previous year. 2 Total Overseas figure excludes Canada and Mexico figures. Note: All data reported are from the Office of Travel and Tourism Industries (OTTI) "U.S. International Air Travel Statistics Report" except for the Canada air data.

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Bulgaria- Business Travel

Details: However, many travel agents and private companies offer insurance plans that will cover health care expenses incurred overseas, including emergency services such as medical evacuations. Americans should consider that many foreign doctors and hospitals require payment in cash prior to providing service, and that a medical evacuation to the U.S

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Travel and Tourism Advisory Board Charter

Details: 1. Committee’s Official Designation (Title). United States Travel and Tourism Advisory Board. 2. Authority. The Secretary of Commerce (the Secretary), pursuant to the Department of Commerce’s (the Department) authority under 15 U.S.C. 1512, renews the United States Travel and Tourism Advisory

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Travel and Tourism Satellite Account (TTSA) Program

Details: Travel and Tourism Satellite Accounts form an indispensable statistical instrument that allows the United States to measure the relative size and importance of the travel and tourism industry, along with its contribution to gross domestic product (GDP). Approved by the United Nations in March 2002 and endorsed by the U.N. Statistical Commission, TTSAs have become the international standard by

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New International Guidelines Redefine Travel

Details: Travel - International standards recommend using a broader definition of travel than that previously used by BEA. The broader definition includes education-related and health-related travel and expenditures on goods and services by border, seasonal, and other short-term workers. In the new presentation, these transactions, which were previously

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Traveling on Your Mind

Details: Isabel Hill serves as the Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Travel and Tourism for ITA's National Travel and Tourism Office We miss traveling too. Whether you are seeking beaches, mountains, big city towers, or national parks, America offers many exciting destinations for tourists. And let’s face it: Bucket lists have only grown during quarantine.

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U.S. Travel and Tourism Advisory Board

Details: “The Travel and Tourism Advisory Board is a critical public-private partnership that helps drive growth in the travel and tourism industry. I look forward to working with the new Board members to continue our efforts of making America a more attractive and accessible destination.”

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International Travel to the U.S. from Latin America

Details: International Travel to the U.S. from Latin America 2016 Presented by: Ron Erdmann . National Travel and Tourism Office . International Trade Administration, Industry & Analysis . U.S. Department of Commerce . August 29, 2017 . Contact me at: [email protected] . Presented to: It’s About Relationship Marketing

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UNITED STATES TRAVEL AND TOURISM ADVISORY BOARD

Details: 2 -Ensure liquidity for the travel and tourism sector through expanding qualification for existing programs and providing new grant, loan, and tax benefits for small and medium size businesses in the industry. -Secure adequate funding for Brand USA and state and local destination marketing organizations to ensure viability and enable international marketing and

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