Industry Update
External Article20 June 2012

U.S.-Europe travel seeing growth in both directions

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Travel between the U.S. and Europe is growing in both directions, though the number of U.S.-bound visitors has been growing faster than the increase in travelers from the U.S. to Europe. In 2011, 16.9% more Europeans visited the U.S. than Americans visited Europe. And those Europeans on average spent 24% more per person in the U.S. than Americans spent in Europe, according to the most recent Trans-Atlantic Report, which cites data from the U.S. Department of Commerce.

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