France Bans Short-Haul Flights: Could the U.S Ever Do That?

For trips of less than 500 miles, replacing a flight with high-speed rail could put a dent in air travel—and these short-haul flights make up one-quarter of the United States’ domestic air traffic.
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EIC: Global Events is a $1.6 Trillion Industry

A new Events Industry Council study for the first time measured the full scope and economic significance of the $1.6 trillion USD global events industry.
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Visa Wait Times Improving, But Not Enough

Although wait times for applicants in India dropped from 669 days in mid-March to 337 days in early April, that's far from good enough.

Belonging and Bleisure: Reimagining Events at IMEX Frankfurt

IMEX Frankfurt, taking place May 23 to 25, has tapped into what is most important in event attendees' personal and professional lives.

What’s Up With the Florida Travel Warnings?

A trio of advocacy groups have gone public with warnings for people of color and LGBTQ+ individuals traveling to Florida.
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Airline Compensation Rule Could Increase Ticket Prices

IATA criticizes proposed new U.S. Department of Transportation rule, saying it will raise costs and unrealistic passenger expectations, but it won’t solve delay problems.
Brightline has expanded its service from Miami to Orlando.

Coming Soon: Brightline to Connect Orlando and South Florida

The eagerly awaited Brightline train service between Orlando and South Florida stations is starting late summer.

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Flight Delayed? You’ll Get Paid

The Biden administration is proposing to establish mandatory compensation to air travelers who are delayed or stranded.
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CDC Meeting Turns COVID Super Spreader

Around 35 attendees at a recent CDC meeting turned up positive for COVID — more proof that COVID is still a thing, even if many don’t want to deal with COVID safety protocols anymore.
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Hotel Fees Continue to Astound Planners

Among the assorted new hotel fees, planners report being asked to pay for things that they never would have dreamed of being asked to pay for in the past.
Tommy Goodwin, Vice President of Government Affairs with the Exhibitions and Conferences Alliance (ECA), also testified in support of the proposed FTC rule to halt business impersonation fraud.

Event Industry Steps Up to Stop Business Impersonation Scams

Business impersonation scams have always been a thorn in the event industry’s side, and they’re just getting worse. That’s why some of the event industry’s heavy hitters testified their support for a proposed FTC policy designed to rein in business impersonation fraud.
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Survey: Sustainability Is the Top Challenge for Associations

Just-released ICCA survey uncovers new challenges for associations posed by today’s economic and political environment.

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