Travel Technology Association Launches New Website, Logo, Policy Action Tools, Newsletter & More

Travel Tech’s Brand Refresh Keeps Industry Leaders and Policymakers Informed and Engaged

[Arlington, VA] [July 12, 2023] – The Travel Technology Association (Travel Tech), the voice of the travel technology industry and consistent advocate for public policy that supports a competitive and transparent marketplace, announced today the launch of its new website. The site features a new, modernized Travel Tech logo, in-depth policy briefs on Travel Tech priority issues, and a new Policy Action Center, which provides industry members with a tool to communicate directly with their elected representatives.

“Right now, in Washington, DC and states across the country, policymakers are debating policies that directly impact the travel technology industry,” said Travel Tech CEO and President Laura Chadwick. “Travel Tech’s new website highlights the critical advocacy work we lead on topics like ancillary fees, airline refunds, price transparency, short-term rentals, customer reviews, and more. I welcome industry members to learn more at and get involved with our efforts to empower traveler choice and protect travel tech innovation.”

In addition to the site and its new features, Travel Tech is relaunching its Passport Newsletter on a weekly basis to keep industry leaders up-to-date on current and emerging policy issues facing the travel tech industry. In addition to the latest about Travel Tech and its advocacy, Passport Newsletter will offer a news digest of the top stories at the intersection of travel, technology, and public policy. To subscribe, click here:

Travel Tech’s new Policy Action Center features its inaugural “Action Alert” asking industry members to tell their member of Congress to co-sponsor H.R. 3780, the ACPAC Modernization Act, which would add “Ticket Agents” to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Aviation Consumer Protection Advisory Committee (ACPAC). This is one of Travel Tech’s major priorities for the FAA Reauthorization, legislation that must pass Congress by September 30th.

Congresswoman Dina Titus (D, NV-01) and Congressman Gus Bilirakis (R, FL-12), chairs of the House Travel & Tourism Caucus, along with Rep. Marc Molinaro (R, NY-19), Rep. John Garamendi (D, CA-08), and Rep. Julia Brownley (D, CA-26), introduced H.R. 3780, the ACPAC Modernization Act on June 1st.

About Travel Tech

The Travel Technology Association (Travel Tech) empowers choice by advocating for public policy promoting marketplace transparency and competition. Travel Tech represents the leading innovators in travel technology, including global distribution systems, online travel agencies, metasearch companies, travel management companies, and short-term rental platforms.

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