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student travel

Motorcoaches In Short Supply for 2022
July 13, 2021

If you’re planning a student trip this spring, don’t miss the bus! Motorcoaches are in short supply for 2022. Across the United States, there are roughly 3,000 private bus companies. Most are small, family-owned businesses that handle a variety of transportation services, including student travel. Typically, they average annual collective revenues of around $15 billion. […]

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Explore Centuries of Culture in New Orleans
May 25, 2021

With more than 300 years of history, New Orleans is the perfect destination for your student group. A unique blend of Spanish, French, African and Caribbean heritage, the city is known for jazz music, Cajun and Creole cuisine, as well as annual Mardi Gras celebrations. New Orleans is also home to top-ranking, student-friendly attractions including […]

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Travis Coakley: Through Their Eyes
May 18, 2021

For Travis Coakley, the joy of travel comes from viewing the world through his students’ eyes. “It is exhilarating to be with a group of students who have never been on an airplane before, or to be with a group that has never ridden a roller coaster before, or a group that has never seen […]

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International Student Travel Barometer Update
May 17, 2021

The Student Travel Business Barometer is a collaboration between SYTA and research partner BONARD, surveying the health and activity of the student travel industry. The barometer was created before COVID, and has remained a valuable resource in tracking and forecasting the industry’s recovery. Recently, the barometer was updated with data collected from January to March […]

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Informing Educators on Student Travel Post-COVID
March 16, 2021

Student travel is on the horizon, and many educators have questions about what to expect. That’s why SYTA is hosting a three-part series on What Educators Need To Know About Student Travel Post-COVID. The first-part featured Executive Director Carylann Assante going over all the “basics” and more. Whether you’re an experienced educator looking for updates […]

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