U.S. Travel attributed the decline to the strength of the U.S. dollar, which is particularly weighing on travel from Canada. The latest index does not include data following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. That data will begin to appear in August’s index, which includes data from June. “It will be interesting to see how global events, such as Britain’s recent vote to leave the European Union, affect these trends in the months ahead,” said David Huether, U.S. Travel's vice president for research. Get the full story at Travel Weekly