US $10 entry charge will be 'a challenge'

Robertson, Edward
September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);9/18/2009, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the reaction of the travel industry on the Travel Promotion Act submitted by the U.S. government in Great Britain. It states that the new scheme will charge British holidaymakers and visitors with 10 U.S. dollars upon completing the Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA) document. Tourism promotion bodies Visit Florida and Visit USA believe that the will discourage the people to travel in the U.S.


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