Travel Tech President Steve Shur speaks on Portland, Maine’s rejected referendum restricting short-term rentals. Statement by the Travel Technology Association on the Reject
Travel Tech joins with the U.S. Travel Association and numerous other organizations in the travel and tourism industry to urge Congress to support the Hospitality and Commerce Job
New research from Expedia Group in partnership with global research firm BVA BDRC shows that OTA travelers spend more and stay for longer, leading to economic stimulus for destinat
The way travel used to be isn’t going to happen again for a while, and the travel industry as a whole will need to work together and adapt to meet this challenge or face a grim fat
There is widespread agreement in the aviation and travel industries that appropriate COVID-19 testing protocols can enable the reopening of international travel markets while incre
"Travel Tech’s members, key industry stakeholders in the travel and tourism economy, have taken the critical steps necessary to support their supplier partners and consumers to
"To answer, just try planning a trip without an online agency. That's right, use only the websites or toll-free numbers of an airline, car rental agency or hotel.
The travel industry is a sprawling, but well-oiled machine that allows for greater access, at even more affordable rates, than ever before.
Short-term rental bans are not only ineffective at lowering housing costs, they actually impose severe limitations on the residents who have to endure the high cost of living in th
Mayor Kirk Caldwell and Oahu lawmakers have an important decision before them — allow the full negative impacts of Bill 89 to unfold at the expense of our local economy and jobs, o