The report credits the shift of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur to October. The TTI assigns a numeric score to each travel segment it measures; any number above 50 indicates expected growth, and any number below indicates a decline. Looking ahead, U.S. business travel scored 50.3 for both the leading three- and six-month indices, somewhat flat compared to domestic leisure travel's 51.3 and 51.1, thanks to continued uncertainty for the corporate segment. Get the full story at BTN and the U.S. Travel Association