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Some of the travel moments that mattered in 2017 did matter because they spoke volumes about the future.
December 2017
At the Phocuswright Conference, a travel industry meeting recently held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, blockchain and artificial intelligence were touted as the flying cars and robot maids of the...
December 2017
With travelers planning getaways for 2018, Airbnb analyzed their guest booking data for the first half of 2018 to reveal the soon-to-be biggest travel destinations and adventures.
December 2017
According to a new survey conducted for American Express Travel, travelers in the United States are focused on pursuing their personal passions through the lens of travel.
December 2017
Faster, more innovative technology, meaningful connections and a boom in luxury expedition cruising are on the horizon for 2018 in Cruise Planners’ annual list of predictions for cruise travel.
December 2017
Travel bans. Shootings. Viral passenger videos. No one will forget the past year in travel. How could they? But what does it all mean for your 2018 trips?
December 2017
Before pointing your finger to a random spot on the map and readying your wanderlust hashtag, read what the pros at Airbnb, HomeAway and Pinterest have to say 2018's big travel trends.
December 2017
Travel Market Report asked travel agents, and some of the industry’s closest observers, to weigh in on what they think will be popular for the coming year.
December 2017
The youth travel experts at STA Travel may have the key to what millennials and Gen-Z are looking for in 2018 and where they want to go.
December 2017
Hotels and home-rentals will do battle; RVs will be all the rage; everyone will have their own personal paparazzo — 2018 looks to be a compelling time for travel. Here, our editors reveal next year’s...
December 2017

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