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The U.S. State Department has informed U.S. airlines and labor groups that it will not formally reopen negotiations on open skies agreements with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Qatar, but instead will engage the Gulf countries in informal talks.

source: Aviation Week

At IPW, U.S. destinations, attractions, hotels (and more!) meet face-to-face with travel buyers and media from around the world, and claim their share of the $4.7 billion that's contracted on the show floor in just three days. Exhibitors...

source: U.S. Travel Association

Our latest research at Project: Time Off shows that just 14 percent of managers unplug when they're on vacation. At the most senior levels of leadership, a mere 7 percent do. The majority check in with work at least once a day.

source: Harvard Business Review

Thousands of Southern California residents this past week amid the eruption of two wildfires.

source: TravelPulse

North America will have to wait until 2024 until the next total solar eclipse. Until then, let's hope destinations like Wyoming that benefited from this year's eclipse will take advantage of that tourism boost and encourage some of those visitors to make repeat visits.

source: Skift

The White House is preparing to roll out a long-delayed infrastructure rebuilding plan in January, as President Donald Trump's advisers bet that voters want a $1 trillion road-and-bridge building plan—even though it is opposed by some lawmakers.

source: The Wall Street Journal


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