Nearly two-thirds of the corporate travel managers and travel service professionals surveyed by the Global Business Travel Association said they were worried that travel might become more difficult for Americans traveling outside the U.S. Roughly 56 percent said they were concerned the new restrictions would make travel to the U.S. more difficult, while 54 percent said they were worried the new policy could increase threats to U.S. citizens traveling abroad. The online survey was conducted shortly after President Trump signed the executive order barring refugees and people from seven Muslim-majority counties from entering the United States. And while the sample size was relatively small, the results illuminate some of the challenges that travel professional are anticipating. Get the full story at The Washington Post Read also "What European Travel Buyers Expect from Trump's Travel Ban" at BTN