In addition, U.S. Travel said that the international market will not expand any further in the next six months. The organization found that although overall travel to and within the U.S. grew 1.6% year over year in September, its Travel Trends Index (TTI) found that domestic travel rates decelerated to a 1.8% increase, with business travel appearing to have plateaued and leisure travel accounting for the small growth. International travel was up 4.4% in September year over year, but U.S. Travel said that since inbound had dropped 2.2% in September 2017, the year-over-year improvement "is liable to appear overinflated." Get the full story at Travel Weekly