The heightened level of uncertainty in international markets is contracting demand for US travel. The international tourism industry is experiencing a range of issues from terrorist attacks and infectious disease to economic/political changes from dynamics such as Brexit. These factors cause international travelers, who would normally travel to the US this summer, to be more conservative about travel plans and shy away from long haul trips. As a result of these factors, the usual sources of the majority of international travel to the US, such as Europe, Canada, and South America, are showing double-digit declines this summer. The primary source of positive international demand growth is the emerging Asia Pac market, including China, with +6.5% YOY growth. Get the full story at nSight