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Changing trends detected in inbound travel to U.S.

The availability of cut-rate international flights to the U.S. signals a new trend in tourism, which could be a boon for both the tour and motorcoach industries. According to the travel website Skyscanner, England still has the largest number of flyers to the U.S., but Turkey makes the largest jump from 28th to 14th on the list. Russia and Portugal both notably move up the list in seventh and 11th places, respectively. On the opposite end the number of passengers from China fell from eighth to 22nd on the list. The dip is due to an increase in Asian tourism and other factors. For more, visit www.skyscanner.com.

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