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After business plummeted for weeks following the Sept. 11 attacks, online travel brokers are finally starting to recover with a boom in reservations
Salt Lake's chief Olympic organizer said Tuesday he was frustrated by IOC bureaucracy that prevents him from speaking directly with athletes about security for the Winter Games.
Reservations at Ski Resorts are up 50% since Sept. 11 attacks. With some Resorts already open, skiers are making more reservations daily than they did in the entire month of September.
President Bush freed up another $10 million Wednesday to help protect the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City from potential terrorist attacks.
World Cup ski races in North America will proceed as scheduled despite military action in Afghanistan in response to the Sept. 11 attacks.
The nation's travel industry, hit hard by a sagging economy and terrorist attacks, should be well on the road to recovery by summer, the chairman and chief executive of Marriott International Inc. said Monday.
Olympic organizers moved the announcement of torch bearers for the 2002 Winter Games from New York to Salt Lake City in the wake of the terrorist attacks.
Olympic organizers moved the announcement of torch bearers for the 2002 Winter Games from New York to Salt Lake City in the wake of the terrorist attacks
Two members of the French national ski team are worried about competing in the Salt Lake City Olympics and World Cup races in the United States in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Reservations at the nation's premier ski resorts are rebounding after dropping as much as 50 percent immediately after the Sept. 11 attacks.
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