When we lay out the welcome mat for business travelers and tourists, businesses can create good jobs for Americans and bring added revenue into our communities. By making travel and tourism a priority, we are ensuring that when tourists are ready to travel and businesspeople are ready to make deals, they come to the greatest travel destination of them all—the United States.
The pandemic has had a significant impact on both business travel and leisure travel. Here’s what businesses need to know about travel beyond COVID-19.
The Chamber is working to get domestic and international travel back on track because tourism, global commerce, and supply chain flows all depend on it. That means safely lifting travel restrictions, broadening visa waiver programs, limiting wait times at Customs, and implementing trusted traveler programs to reduce the hassles without jeopardizing safety.
Discover how companies are making travel safer in the post-COVID world, COVID-19’s impact on the travel industry, and what to expect for post-pandemic travel.
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- Jun 26, 2017H.R. 2997, the "21st Century AIRR Act"
This letter was sent to members of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee in regard to H.R. 2997, the “21st Century AIRR Act."