Economic slowdown hits travel industry hard

10/7/2008 | NYTimes.com

In the past few weeks, the travel industry has felt the full effects of the economic downturn. Passenger traffic at airlines is down, hotel occupancy rates have declined and corporate travel managers are striving to renegotiate deals. The slowdown has prompted some travel suppliers, including airlines and hotel chains, to offer deals.

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