Ten Years After 9-11, Travel Industry Looks Beyond "Lost Decade"

Reflecting on the 10-year anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, U.S. Travel Association President and Chief Executive Officer Roger Dow unveiled his organization’s ideas for how U.S. government agencies can strengthen security and encourage travel in, and to, the U.S.

“No industry was perhaps impacted more by 9/11 than the travel industry,” said Dow, speaking at an August 25th press conference. “It changed the way Americans travel.” Since the terrorist attacks, sec

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