According to data provided by software apps which track flight searches and bookings on the internet, the number of travelers searching for deals to US destinations declined in the week after Trump's controversial executive order on January 27. Hopper, an app which uses data to predict and analyse airfare, says that its research indicates that searches for flights to the US between January 26 and February 1 by internet users from 122 different countries dropped 17 per cent compared to the first three weeks in January. Tourists from the Middle East, Europe, Africa, and Asia have been less inclined to book a ticket to the US, while there has been a slight increase in tourism from Eastern Europe and Central and South America, according to ForwardKeys. Get the full story at the Daily Mail Read also "Here’s what hotel CEOs think of Trump’s travel ban" at Skift